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Harnessing Public Research for Innovation in the 21st Century
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Universities and public research institutes play a key role in enabling the application of scientific breakthroughs and innovations in the marketplace. Many countries – developed and developing alike – have implemented national strategies to support the application or commercialization of knowledge produced by public research organizations. Universities and public research institutes have introduced practices to support these activities, for instance by including knowledge transfer to promote innovation as a core part of their mission. As a result, a vital question for policymakers is how to improve the efficiency of these knowledge transfer practices to help maximize innovation-driven growth and/or to seek practical solutions to critical societal challenges. This book aims to develop a conceptual framework to evaluate knowledge transfer practices and outcomes; to improve knowledge transfer metrics, surveys and evaluation frameworks; and to generate findings on what works and what does not, and to propose related policy lessons. This book is also available as Open Access.

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‘Readers of this book will find that … it provides a very comprehensive conceptual framework synthesizing the existing literature, followed by a set of useful measurement guidelines, assessment tools, case studies and policy recommendations; all with an excellent balance between pragmatism and academic rigor.’

Jose Guimon Source: Research Policy

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  • Copyright page
    pp vi-vi
  • Contents
    pp vii-ix
  • Figures
    pp x-xii
  • Tables
    pp xiii-xv
  • Contributors
    pp xvi-xxviii
  • Foreword
    pp xxix-xxx
  • Foreword
    pp xxxi-xxxii
  • Foreword
    pp xxxiii-xxxiv
  • Preface
    pp xxxv-xxxviii
  • Disclaimer
    pp xxxix-xl
  • Part I - Setting the Context
    pp 1-138
  • Comment 1.1
    pp 25-29
  • Comment 1.2
    pp 30-34
  • Comment 2.1
    pp 68-72
  • Comment 2.2
    pp 73-75
  • Comment 2.3
    pp 76-79
  • Part II - Selected Comparative Country Studies
    pp 139-358
  • 4 - United Kingdom
    pp 141-181
  • 5 - Germany
    pp 182-225
  • 6 - Republic of Korea
    pp 226-262
  • 7 - Brazil
    pp 263-298
  • 8 - China
    pp 299-327
  • 9 - South Africa
    pp 328-358
  • Part III - The Way Forward
    pp 359-463

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