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Research Policy, 37(8)

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Introduction to special section on university–industry linkages: The significance of tacit knowledge and the role of intermediaries
Fumio Kodama, Shahid Yusuf and Kaoru Nabeshima [Publisher]

Intermediating knowledge exchange between universities and businesses
Shahid Yusuf [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Universities and regional economic development: The entrepreneurial University of Waterloo
Allison Bramwell and David A. Wolfe [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Building an innovation hub: A case study of the transformation of university roles in regional technological and economic development
Jan Youtie and Philip Shapira [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Mid-range universities’ linkages with industry: Knowledge types and the role of intermediaries
Mike Wright, Bart Clarysse, Andy Lockett and Mirjam Knockaert [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The role of intermediation and absorptive capacity in facilitating university–industry linkages—An empirical study of TAMA in Japan
Toshihiro Kodama [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

University–industry engagement: The formation of the Knowledge Integration Community (KIC) model at the Cambridge-MIT Institute
Edward B. Acworth [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

A resource-based view on the interactions of university researchers
Frank J. van Rijnsoever, Laurens K. Hessels and Rens L.J. Vandeberg [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Academic organizations and new industrial fields: Berkeley and Stanford after the rise of biotechnology
Simcha Jong [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Sources of innovation and industry–university interaction: Evidence from Spanish firms
Agustí Segarra-Blasco and Josep-Maria Arauzo-Carod [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The power of integrality: Linkages between product architecture, innovation, and industry structure
Sebastian K. Fixson and Jin-Kyu Park [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The relationship between technology, innovation, and firm performance—Empirical evidence from e-business in Europe
Philipp Koellinger [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The role of inter-organizational relationships in the development of patents: A knowledge-based approach
Mona Weck and Kirsimarja Blomqvist [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Formal and informal interorganizational learning within strategic alliances
Martyna Janowicz-Panjaitan and Niels G. Noorderhaven [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Revealing dynamics and consequences of fit and misfit between formal and informal networks in multi-institutional product development collaborations
J. Kratzer, Hans G. Gemuenden and Christopher Lettl [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Geographical amplitude in the international generation of technology: Present situation and business determinants
María A. Quintás, Xosé H. Vázquez, José M. García and Gloria Caballero [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Financial constraints in innovation projects: When is less more?
Martin Hoegl, Michael Gibbert and David Mazursky [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The private finance initiative, project form and design innovationThe UK’s hospitals programme
James Barlow and Martina Köberle-Gaiser [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

The effectiveness of subsidies revisited: Accounting for wage and employment effects in business R&D?
Guntram B. Wolff and Volker Reinthaler [Publisher] [Google Scholar]

Book Review

M. Fransman, The New ICT Ecosystem: Implications for Europe , Kokoro, Edinburgh (2008) 260 pp., Price: £18.90, ISBN: 0955771013. Pages 1413-1414
Cristiano Antonelli [Publisher]