University-industry collaboration: a scoping review of success factors
Collaboration processes between universities and companies are increasingly relevant for the generation of new knowledge and for promoting innovation. However, the literature highlights the need to delve into the factors that drive and favour these collaboration dynamics. Thus, the present paper aims to identify the success factors in university-industry collaboration processes. For this purpose, a scoping review was performed. We conducted a search in the Web of Science and Scopus databases, in order to find documents related to the subject until 2019. As a result of the scoping review, 17 success factors were identified, classified according to the four internal facilitators: structure, strategy, knowledge and relations.
university-industry collaboration, cooperation, technology transfer, innovation
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