Study on Relationship Between Collaboration Network Characteristics and Academic Performance of Industry-University-Research Institute Collaboration in Yangtze River Delta, China

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XIAOYING SHENG
FUANGFA AMPONSTIA

Abstract

Collaboration performance is an important index to measure the output of Industry- University-Research Institute collaboration. This study analyzes the characteristics of Industry- University-Research Institute collaboration network, collects questionnaire data, With the method of quantitative research on the relationship between the characteristics of Industry- University-Research Institute collaboration network and academic performance.


This study found that the four indicators of network characteristics of Industry-University- Research Institute collaboration : Center of Position, Connection Strength, Hetwork Size and Knowledge Distance have a significant positive impact on the academic performance of the research teams participating in Industry-University-Research Institute collaboration.


     

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