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Academia-industry-government relations in biotechnology: private, professional and public dimensions of the new associations

Karsten Ronit

in Science and Public Policy

Volume 24, issue 6, pages 421-433
Published in print December 1997 | ISSN: 0302-3427
Published online December 1997 | e-ISSN: 1471-5430 | DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/spp/24.6.421
Academia-industry-government relations in biotechnology: private, professional and public dimensions of the new associations

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New associations have been established in biotechnology within the last 10–15 years in a process influenced by industry, academic institutions and government agencies. Different models and strategies have been applied across Europe, and the part played by industry, academia and government varies significantly. Although national arrangements have been sustained, a common feature is that interests outside industry were more important in the formative stage than in the later stages where membership was increasingly drawn from industry alone. To understand the dynamics behind these developments, inspiration must be sought beyond the framework of neo-corporatism and network studies.

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Subjects: History of Science and Technology ; Innovation ; Technological Change; Research and Development ; Public Policy

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