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New organizational arrangements for public-private collaboration. Cooperative Research Centres in Spain

AuthorsFernández Zubieta, Ana ; Andújar Nagore, Inés; Giachi, Sandro ; Fernández Esquinas, Manuel
public-private Cooperation
Cooperative Research Centres
Issue Date12-Apr-2013
AbstractThis paper analyses the funding structure of Cooperative Research Centres (CRCs) in Spain using a sample of 123 CRCs. We aim to determine the effect of the effect of the degree of intersectoral collaboration on the CRCs’ funding portfolio. We characterised CRCs ─ “marketoriented”, “academic-oriented” and a “government oriented”─ according to the degree of involvement of each sectoral actor in diverse organisational aspects ─ setting their objectives, executing the R&D, and establishing the managerial processes and evaluation practices. We find that CRCs with “market oriented” characteristics rely less on public competitive funds and CRCs with “academic oriented” characteristics have a more diversified funding portfolio.
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