Evolutionary concepts of technological change and industrial dynamics provide major significance to interaction between heterogeneous agents, endowed with secondary benefits and skills. Appropriately, support to co-operative R&D is fundamental to technology plan, as a mean for boosting system connectivity, causing virtuous cycles of learning and promoting variety.
This report examines the “chemistry of technological co-operation”, pertaining its usefulness and outcome to the partners’ relational research capacity, i.e. their capability to analyse, integrate, process and exploit knowledge flows generated by the interaction. We recommend a functional specification for the relational research capacity and also its properties are explored. The formal assessment functions as a standard for the statement of research hypothesis associated with the effectiveness of co-operative R&D programmes, to be tested on empirical grounds.
The primary goal of the report is to offer an analytical framework depending on evolutionary arguments, describing the role and rational of technology policies. Inside of this report, we’ll concentrate on technology policies based on inter-organisation cooperation.
Source: Copenhagen Business School
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