Factores determinantes y tendencias de la transferencia de resultados de investigación universitaria al sector productivo
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Relación entre universidad y empresa
Transferencia de conocimiento
investigación universitaria

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Morales Rubiano, M., Sanabria Rangel, P., & Plata Pacheco, P. (2017). Factores determinantes y tendencias de la transferencia de resultados de investigación universitaria al sector productivo. Criterio Libre, 14(25), 135-170. https://doi.org/10.18041/1900-0642/criteriolibre.2016v14n25.1040

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Este artículo busca identificar factores determinantes y tendencias de la transferencia de resultados de investigación universitaria al sector productivo. Para esto se realizó una revisión de artículos académicos que se han generado entre 1994 y 2014 sobre el tema, y que recogen casos internacionales. Se identificaron factores relevantes para dicha transferencia agrupándolos en: enfoque de la universidad, mecanismos y unidades de enlace, perfil y posición de los actores, proceso de investigación y transferencia, capacidades internas de la universidad y condiciones del entorno. Respecto a las tendencias, en las naciones desarrolladas existe un avance hacia relaciones formales de transferencia entre diversas organizaciones, especialmente a partir de financiamiento privado

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