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University Goals, Institutional Mechanisms, and the ‘Industrial Transferability’ of Research

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University Goals, Institutional Mechanisms, and the ‘Industrial Transferability’ of Research

In 1994, nearly a hundred university leaders, scholars of scientific research, and executives from industry convened at Stanford University to examine the nature and significance of developments in university-industry research relationships over the previous 15 years. The conference focused on chartering the quantitative and qualitative features of university-industry research collaborations in science and technology. Topics included expectations and realities in university-industry relationships; recent developments in technology transfer and research cooperation; international comparisons of the organization of university-industry research collaborations; and goals and performance measures of university-industry research efforts.

Project Data

  • PROJECT DATE: 1994-1999
  • PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATORS: Paul A. David (Stanford University and Oxford University) and W. Edward Steinmueller (Center for Economic Policy Research)
  • SOURCES OF FUNDING: American Academy, Center for Economic Policy Research, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
  • COLLABORATING ORGANIZATION: Center for Economic Policy Research at Stanford University
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