Investigating the factors that diminish the barriers to university-industry collaboration

  title={Investigating the factors that diminish the barriers to university-industry collaboration},
  author={Johan Bruneel and Pablo D'Este and Ammon Salter},
Although the literature on university-industry links has begun to uncover the reasons for, and types of, collaboration between universities and businesses, it offers little explanation of ways to reduce the barriers in these collaborations. This paper seeks to unpack the nature of the obstacles to collaborations between universities and industry, exploring influence of different mechanisms in lowering barriers related to the orientation of universities and to the transactions involved in work… CONTINUE READING
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