Research performance of public research institutes in a quadruple helix setting Marco Bisogno

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May 17, 2022
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Abstract
This study investigates if and to what extent the performance of public research institutes improves because of a collaboration with other partners, namely universities, industries, the government, and the civil society. Using the quadruple helix approach as a theoretical frame- work, the study investigates the Romanian context as an emerging economy, in the period 2012–2019. The analysis is based on a negative binomial model, and findings have documen- ted that the research performance of public research institute is positively affected by coopera- tion and internationalisation. Furthermore, collaboration with other partners, which belong to a wide social research network, has proved to be effective, stimulating researchers and managers in actively participating in cooperative relations.
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Huian, M.C., Bisogno, M., and Mironiuc, M. (2022): Research performance of public research institutes in a quadruple helix setting, Knowledge Management Research & Practice, DOI: 10.1080/14778238.2022.2075809
Keywords
Public research institutes; quadruple helix model; research cooperation; knowledge transfer; research internationalisation
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Performance measurement
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