Modelo de Identificación de Estrategias para Potencializar la Generación de Patentes a la Medida de la Institución de Educación Superior
Keywords:transferencia de conocimiento y tecnología, Instituciones de Educación Superior, análisis comparativo cualitativo, patentes
The transfer of knowledge and technology from universities contributes to regional development and favors innovation. The objective of this paper is to propose a model for the selection of transfer strategies adapted to the contextual characteristics of Higher Education Institutions of Colombia. For this purpose, a Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA) was performed, by which the combination of background conditions that generate an output is identified. The performance measure was the number of invention patents granted and the empirical application considered 184 Higher Education Institutions of Colombia. The results of the study identified ten strategic configurations that suggest different alternatives to potentiate protection through transfer mechanisms and highlights “productivity” and “innovation by territorial unit” as the best predictor of patents.
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