Innovative Models for University Research

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North-Holland, 1992 - Business & Economics - 270 pages
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This collection of essays describes innovative research mechanisms which universities are using to expand their research support in difficult economic times. Funding pressures have already affected the direction of research in engineering, business, social and behavioral, and natural sciences. Often these pressures have generated healthy cooperation between the universities and the private sector. Likewise, models must be found which provide fresh insights into the humanities, where research may not survive a long siege of economic retrenchment. This volume will help to provide models to those in universities, government and the private sector who are seeking enlightened approaches to both maintaining and expanding university research.

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Contents

Technology Parks and Incubators A Nexus Between
11
Research Consortia The Concurrent Management
49
Technology Transfer from Universities Elements
63
Technology Research Collaboration Between Small
95
Independent Research Institutes
115
Changing the Context for University Research
129
Research Centers in the Sciences and Engineering
153
Promoting Research in Science and Engineering
169
Promotion of Engineering Research Through Private
189
Centers and Institutes in the Humanities
213
Two Research Models
229
Bringing Sense Into Chaos Humanities Research
247
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