The purpose of this study is to identify the nature of change taking place in university-industry partnerships, to understand the underlying factors that influence that change, and to explore the underlying process of change. Three in-depth case studies are considered, that of MIT, Cambridge University, and Tokyo University, to compare their experiences in developing new types of university-industry relationships. Hatakenaka argues that internal and external organizational boundaries have influenced the evolution of the new types of relationships, and that the three universities have defined these boundaries differently.The total IPR income remained stable at about 11 million pounds (or 18 million US dollars) in ... Industry46 to provide government resources to set up local aseed a funds to support the early stages of commercialization of academic research.
|Title||:||University-Industry Partnerships in MIT, Cambridge, and Tokyo|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2004-08-02|