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Differences in technology innovation R&D performance creation behavior between for-profit institutions and not-for-profit institutions



Differences in technology innovation R&D performance creation behavior between for-profit institutions and not-for-profit institutions



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The present study compares the performance creation behavior between for-profit institutions and not-for-profit institutions within a national technology innovation research and development (R&D) program. Based on the stepwise performance creation chain structure of typical R&D logic models, a series of successive binary logistic regression models is newly proposed. Using the models, a sample of n = 2076 completed government-sponsored R&D projects was analyzed. For each institution type, its distinctive behavior is diagnosed, and relevant implications are suggested for improving the R&D performance.

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DOI: 10.1186/s40064-016-2092-x


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