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Firms and academia: a bad marriage?

Latin American universities must concentrate on improving their quality, otherwise they will not be a solution to the lack of innovation. They will become a bigger part of the problem. There is a widely shared agreement about the role that universities play on innovation. In general terms, it is believed that building a good triad of firms, government and academia, is a necessary condition for innovation. What if we take a different stance, and claim that in Latin America it might not even always be advisable? The effect of putting firms and academia together is expected to be dual. It […]
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