Why and How Do Firms Link With Scientific Research?

Horacio Gonzalez

Resumen


In the modern competitive landscape, firms have approach to the scientific research, with the aim to provide a sustainable offer based on specific knowledge. Although, science is elusive and hard to understand, the private sector has begun an intensive effort to link with research activities, incorporating on their new products development. This article describes such relationship and the mixed results obtained.


Palabras clave


innovation; scientific research management; science commercialisation; intellectual property administration; appropriation; new product development

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Referencias


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.11565/cuocient.v1i2.7



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