Commercializing Knowledge : University Science , Knowledge Capture , and Firm Performance in Biotechnology

@inproceedings{Zucker2003CommercializingK,
  title={Commercializing Knowledge : University Science , Knowledge Capture , and Firm Performance in Biotechnology},
  author={Lynne G. Zucker and Michael R. Darby and Jeff S. Armstrong},
  year={2003}
}
Our research program over the past 10 years has focused on the use of basic science knowledge in commercial firms and the impact of that knowledge on firm performance. In our earlier research, we have found substantial consistent evidence that top academic science, specifically the star scientists who make most of the defining discoveries, provides intellectual human capital that defines the technology of the firm—at least following scientific breakthroughs. Although there are likely to be… CONTINUE READING
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