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Efficiency Assessment of University-Industry Collaboration

Efficiency Assessment of University-Industry Collaboration
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Author(s): Ebru Yüksel Haliloğlu (Gazi University, Turkey)
Copyright: 2021
Pages: 21
Source title: University-Industry Collaboration Strategies in the Digital Era
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Durmuş Günay (Maltepe University, Turkey), Tuncer Asunakutlu (Izmir Bakircay University, Turkey) and Orkun Yildiz (Izmir Democracy University, Turkey)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-3901-9.ch008

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Abstract

Today, in addition to teaching and research roles, universities are one of major drivers of economic development and technological progress in society. To propagate technological innovation and industrial development, to implement output of academic research in practice universities should be in close cooperation with industry. University-industry collaborations have various benefits both for universities and industry. Universities gain additional funds for academic research, apply academic knowledge to industry; industry benefits from skilled human resources, new applications, and technological advances. Since university-industry collaborations have great mutual benefits for all partners, it is important to administer these operations effectively. Therefore, it is central to develop some efficiency indicators and efficiency measurement methods so that productive projects can be selected and funded more. This study aims to outline a framework on determinants of university-industry collaboration efficiency and construct a benchmark model to evaluate it using data envelopment analysis.

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