English, Article edition: PARTNERSHIP AND INNOVATION IN THE LIFE SCIENCES DOMINIQUE KLEYN; RICHARD KITNEY; RIFAT A. ATUN

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  • PARTNERSHIP AND INNOVATION IN THE LIFE SCIENCES
Author
  • DOMINIQUE KLEYN
  • RICHARD KITNEY
  • RIFAT A. ATUN
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  • Government support for partnering between BioPharma companies and universities is growing in the UK and some European countries but few studies have explored these partnerships.Through interviews and a survey of key institutions we explored perceptions of key informants on industry and university partnerships. Study participants identified that partnering helped them to increase innovation in R&​D and led them to adopt more open approaches to innovation.Organisational structures to coordinate and support partnerships; flexibility in operational management to solve problems in establishing and running these partnerships; leadership, especially by investigators to champion and lead collaborations; developing organisational capabilities of universities; and creation of an enabling environment by governments were identified as the critical success factors for partnering. The challenges faced were identified as lack of funding for university research teams; pressure on pricing from industry partners; disagreements on IP ownership; asymmetry of industry and university capabilities in partnering; and lack of administrative support with excessive bureaucracy from universities.
  • Industry and university partnerships, life sciences, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology, innovation management and open innovation, R&​D collaborations, contracting out, outsourcing
  • RePEc:wsi:ijimxx:v:11:y:2007:i:02:p:323-347
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