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Journal of technology management & innovation

versión On-line ISSN 0718-2724

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CATALAN, Pablo; SEPULVEDA, Eliana  y  ZAPATA, Annabella. Title: Technology Transfer in Chilean Universities: The Case of The University of Concepcion. Journal of Technology Management & Innovation [online]. 2019, vol.14, n.3, pp.57-71. ISSN 0718-2724.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-27242019000300057.

The present study aims to identify the determinants of technology transfer in the University of Concepción (UDEC), a Chilean university with a long-applied research tradition. To address the research question we applied a probit model to a sample of 190 R&D projects executed by UDEC researchers between 2005 and 2016. To observe in greater detail timing trends we divided the sample into two periods: 2005-2013 and 2014-2016. During the period 2005-2016, we found that R&D public funding and the number of previous R&D projects per principal investigator have a positive effect on the likelihood of technology transfer, whereas the number of scientific publication per principal investigator shows a negative effect. In terms of the sub periods proposed, the positive effect of R&D public funding remains in both cases. In addition, the number of patents per principal investigator during the first period, and R&D private funding and the number of social organizations per project during the second period positively affect the likelihood of technology transfer. Likewise, during the last period, the number of public organizations that participate in each R&D project and the number of publications per principal investigator has a negative impact on technology transfer.

Palabras clave : technology transfer; universities; research and development; research capacity..

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