Kooperation, Vernetzung und Erfolge von Unternehmen - die Biotechnologiebranche
In: List Forum Band 31
According to theoretical implications the success of enterprises benefits from cooperation and integration into networks. Enterprises of the biotechnology sector in particular have a high propensity to bulid up cooperations. Estimations of the growth of firms using cooperation-based and non-cooperation-based factors as independent variables reveal a significantly positive influence of the propensity of cooperation as well as networking. In this regard scientific institutions and universities located in geographical porximity of firms play an important role . From this analysis it can be generalized and concluded, concerning other industries too, that networks emerge automatically under certain conditions. Nevertheless their creation and development should be encouraged, e.g. by efficiency incentives for public research and education of universities as well as an intensification of cooperation and networking between the scientific and the corporate sector. This can promote the technology and human capital transfer. Thereforesuch network processes should be promoted.(Original text only available in german language)
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