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WHY DO RESEARCHERS COLLABORATE WITH INDUSTRY? AN ANALYSIS OF THE WINE SECTOR IN CHILE, SOUTH AFRICA AND ITALY

Elisa Giuliani (), Andrea Morrison (), Carlo Pietrobelli () and Roberta Rabellotti ()

No 109, Working Papers from CREI Università degli Studi Roma Tre

Abstract: This paper explores the determinants of the linkages between industry and research organizations – including universities. We present new evidence on three wine producing areas – Piedmont, a region of Italy, Chile, South Africa - that have successfully reacted to the recent structural changes experienced in the industry worldwide. Based on an original data-set, we carry out an econometric exercise to study the microeconomic determinants of researchers' collaborations with industry. The evidence reveals that individual researcher characteristics, such as embeddedness in the academic system, age and sex, matter more than their publishing record or formal degrees.

Keywords: University-Industry Linkages; Innovation System; Wine Sector; Emerging Economies (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2009, Revised 2009
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