Industry - academic links: the case of Oxford University
The scale and scope of industry and academic links are increasing. The willingness of industry to invest in university research is a response to changing economic and technological imperatives. In advanced industrialised countries, governments have played an important role in defining the relationships between industry and universities. Oxford University is used as a case study to examine the nature of industry and academic links, and their consequences.
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