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Measuring macro-level effects of the global economic recession on university-industry research cooperation

AuthorsAzagra Caro, Joaquín ; Tijssen, Robert J. W.; Yegros Yegros, Alfredo
Issue Date2016
PublisherUniversidad Politécnica de Valencia
CitationProceedings of the 21st International Conference on Science and Technology Indicators: 213-221 (2016)
AbstractThe 2007/2008 financial crisis, and ensuing economic recession, had a direct negative effect on university-industry research cooperation in the OECD countries and other economies – it diminished the number of university-industry co-authored research publications (UICs) during the period 2008-13 by 7%. It also changed the relationship between national business expenditure on R&D and UIC output levels. Before the recession the relationship was negative, but became positive during the years 2008-2013. The few countries where business expenditure on R&D increased during recession saw UIC numbers rise. This moderating effect of the recession applies only to ‘domestic UICs’, where universities cooperated with business companies located in the same country. Micro-level research is needed to assess the contributing effects on large university-industry R&D consortia on both domestic and international collaboration patterns.
DescriptionTrabajo presentado a la 21st International Conference on Science and Technology Indicators: "Peripheries, frontiers and beyond", celebrada en Valencia (España) del 14 al 16 de septiembre de 2016.
Identifiersisbn: 978-84-9048-519-4
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