Understanding Quadruple Helix Relationships of University Technology Commercialisation: A Micro Level Approach

Maura McAdam, Kristel Miller, Rodney McAdam

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Abstract

Given recent demands for more co-creational university technology commercialisation processes involving industry and end users, this paper adopts a micro-level approach to explore the challenges faced by universities when managing Quadruple Helix stakeholders within technology commercialisation processes. To explore this research question, a qualitative research methodology which relies upon comparative case analysis was adopted to explore the technology commercialisation process in two universities within a UK region. The findings revealed that university type impacts Quadruple Helix stakeholder salience and engagement and consequently university technology commercialisation activities and processes. This is important as recent European regional policy fails to account for contextual influences when promoting Quadruple Helix stakeholder relationships in co-creational university technology commercialisation.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages16
JournalStudies in Higher Education
Early online date17 Aug 2016
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Publication statusEarly online date - 17 Aug 2016

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