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Performance Evaluation Of Public And Private R&D Partnerships: (...)

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  • ELENA REVILLA

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(WP 07/03 Clave pdf) This paper focuses on organizational learning and knowledge management through the intersectoral R&D relationship between government, universities and private organizations and explores the conditions that influence its performance. A study of over 150 of these projects, funded by Spanish government agencies, is presented in this paper. We empirically investigate how participating firm characteristics, the locus of the R&D agreement, and its organizational characteristics influence intersectoral R&D project performance. Expected and unexpected results are presented and discussed. Performance is determined using a data envelopment analysis (DEA)-based model.

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  • Elena Revilla, 2003. "Performance Evaluation Of Public And Private R&D Partnerships: (...)," Working Papers Economia wp03-07, Instituto de Empresa, Area of Economic Environment.
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