Michael D. Santoro

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In this paper, we offer a comprehensive alliance portfolio diversity construct that includes partner, functional, and governance diversity. Grounding our work primarily with the resource-and dynamic capabilities-based views, we argue that increased diversity in partners' industry, organizational, and national background will incur added complexity and(More)
In this study we focus on relationship-oriented factors such as trust, geographic proximity, communication, and university policies for intellectual property rights (IPR), patents and licenses and examine how these factors influence the technology transfer process between university research centers and their industrial partners. Data for this study were(More)