This paper explores the nature of the significant knowledge networks universities form with external organisations through knowledge transfer activities. Focussing on the UK higher education system, the analysis focuses on examining the extent to which organisational an... View more
Abreu, M., Grinevich, V., Hughes, A., Kitson, M., & Ternouth, P. (2008). Universities, business and knowledge exchange. London: The Council for Industry and Higher Education.
Acs, Z., Auderetsch, D. B., & Feldman, M. P. (1994). R&D spillovers and recipient firm size. Review of Economics and Statistics, 76(2), 336-340.
Agrawal, A., & Cockburn, I. (2003). The anchor tenant hypothesis: Exploring the role of large, local, R&D-intensive firms in regional innovation systems. International Journal of Industrial Organization, 21(9), 1227-1253.
Azagra-Caro, J., Archontakis, F., Gutierrez-Gracia, A., & Fernandez-de-Lucio, I. (2006). Faculty support for the objectives of university-industry relations versus degree of R&D cooperation: The importance of regional absorptive capacity. Research Policy, 35(1), 37-55.
Bathelt, H., Malmberg, A., & Maskell, P. (2004). Clusters and knowledge: local buzz, global pipelines and the process of knowledge creation. Progress in Human Geography, 28(1), 31-56.
Benneworth, P., & Charles, D. (2005). University spin-off policies and economic development in less successful regions: Learning from two decades of policy practice. European Planning Studies, 13(4), 537-557.
Benneworth, P., & Hospers, G.-J. (2007). The new economic geography of old industrial regions: universities as global-local pipelines. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 25(6).
Boschma, R. A. (2005). Proximity and innovation: A critical assessment. Regional Studies, 39(1), 61-74.
Braunerhjelm, P. (2005). New Universities, New Industries and Regional Performance, Paper presented at the 'DRUID Tenth Anniversary Summer Conference. Copenhagen, Denmark.
Breschi, S., & Lissoni, F. (2001). Knowledge spillovers and local innovation systems: A critical survey. Industrial and Corporate Change, 10(4), 975-1005.