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|標題:||The determinants of academic research commercial performance: Towards an organizational ambidexterity perspective||作者:||Chang, Y.C.
|關鍵字:||Organizational ambidexterity;Research commercialization;Academic;patent inventor;university technology-transfer;resource-based view;bayh-dole act;entrepreneurial university;life sciences;of-technology;united-states;antecedents;innovation;exploitation||Project:||Research Policy||期刊/報告no：:||Research Policy, Volume 38, Issue 6, Page(s) 936-946.||摘要:||
This paper examined the relationship between organizational ambidexterity and research commercialization in universities. The paper develops two types of organizational ambidexterity: structural ambidexterity and contextual ambidexterity that influence research commercialization. Through a dataset of 474 academic patent inventors in Taiwan, the results revealed structural and contextual ambidexterity factors are patenting-, licensing- and start-up-specific. Despite both types of ambidexterity are complementary in patenting and licensing. contextual ambidexterity outperform structural ambidexterity in fostering university start-up equity participation. To promote academic research commercialization, it is necessary to build up a university as a dual structural organization that allows pursuing research excellence and research commercialization at the same time. (C) 2009 Published by Elsevier B.V.
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