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Type: Artigo
Title: How long-term university-industry collaboration shapes the academic productivity of research groups
Author: Garcia, Renato
Araujo, V.
Mascarini, S.
Santos, E. G.
Costa, A. R.
Abstract: This paper analyses the impact of long-term university-industry collaboration on academic research productivity. Empirical studies show mixed evidence regarding how collaboration with industry affects scientific productivity, and there is a lack of understanding of the long-term effects of collaboration. This paper addresses this shortcoming using a unique longitudinal and comprehensive dataset of university-industry collaboration in Brazil. The results show that research groups that collaborate over the long-term with industry have better scientific performance, revealing that long-term collaborations between university and firms have a positive effect on academic productivity
Subject: Colaboração acadêmico-industrial
Country: Australia
Editor: Taylor & Francis
Rights: Fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1080/14479338.2019.1632711
Date Issue: 2020
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