Linking university research with industry: a university perspective.

Hayward, Mika (1996) Linking university research with industry: a university perspective. University of Queensland:

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Author Hayward, Mika
Title of report Linking university research with industry: a university perspective.
Publication date 1996
Place of publication University of Queensland
Total pages 86
Language eng
Subjects 15 Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services
14 Economics
Formatted abstract
Linking university research with industry - review of literature/statistics on Australia's research performance - analysis of differences in culture and management approach between the two sectors - review of contribution made by university based research to socio-economic objectives - conclusion that Australia's research performance lacks balance between that undertaken in the public and private sectors - analysis of why links form between the two sectors - conclusion that survival strategies, competitive pressures and government policy all play a role - focus on three forms of linkage: science parks, spin-off companies and colaborative research ventures - conclusion that collaborative research ventures are most appropriate for university involvement - analysis of literature on conditions required for collaboration - critical review of Cooperative Research Centres Program (a government attempt to link public and private sector research effort) - critical analysis of academic literature, government reports and personal experience to develop guiding principles for policy development within universities so as to effectively deal with increased interaction with industry - major conclusion that insufficient attention is paid to establishing the right conditions for research collaboration, with over-reliance on efforts to assert independence on the part of universities and by imposing a corporate culture on the part of industry.

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