Revista Universidad y Empresa

ISSN-e: 2145-4558

ISSN: 0124-4639 

El apoyo del gobierno como determinante de la colaboración exitosa entre la universidad y la empresa

Gilberto Parra Gaviño, Rosa Amalia Gómez Ortiz, Isidoro Pastor Román

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12804/rev.univ.empresa.29.2015.09

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La colaboración entre la universidad y la empresa –cue– es un mecanismo necesario para que se dé la transferencia de conocimiento entre una y otra. En esta investigación se analizan los principales problemas que enfrenta esta relación y el papel que ha desempeñado el gobierno, un actor que es identificado en el estudio como fundamental, considerando lo encontrado en varios países. Ello se hace con el fin de identificar qué elementos deben considerarse para fortalecer este esquema cooperativo. Para lograr dicho objetivo se realizó un análisis comparativo de las contribuciones de múltiples autores relevantes. Gracias a esto fue posible encontrar diez elementos que deben considerarse para fortalecer la cue, siendo el de mayor relevancia, entre ellos, la revisión del marco legal e institucional.


Palabras clave


articulación universidad-empresa-gobierno; colaboración universidad-empresa; gobierno facilitador

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