• INTRODUCTION
  • METHOD
  • ANALYSIS
  • Factors influencing the decision to interact
  • Extent of the use of outputs from universities
  • Benefits of interacting with universities
  • Barriers to interaction
  • Most important universities for collaboration
  • Contribution of business to universities
  • POLICY IMPLICATIONS
  • 1. The Wealth of Diversity
  • 2. Quality of interaction
  • 3. Talent and technology
  • 4. Increasing barriers
  • 5. No shift to short-term benefits
  • 6. Impact of Full Economic Costing
  • FUTURE RESEARCH
  • BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
  • Innovation and Productivity Grand Challenge
  • Acknowledgements
  • REFERENCES
  • APPENDIX: 2004 AND 2008 SURVEY INSTRUMENTS
  • Section A: General information on your company unit
  • Section B: Type of interactions with university
  • Section C: Incentives to interact with university
  • Section D: Outcomes from university-industry interactions
  • Section E: joint publications and university-industry interactions
  • Section F: Barriers to interaction with university
  • Section G: Other general information about your company unit
  • Section H: Respondent details
  • Your comments
  • AIM IPGC SURVEY OF INDUSTRY-UNIVERSITY COLLABORATION