The Mode and Common Points of the Innovation of Industry University Research Cooperation in the Main Developed Countries

Baojun SUN, Chunhua FENG

Abstract


The main developed countries have accumulated a lot of successful experience and practice in the long-term cooperation of industry and industry, although there are some differences in the political and economic system, policy and culture. Summary and analysis of the experience of the developed countries, the innovation of industry, research and cooperation, we are building a technology innovation system, which is the main body, the market oriented and the industry university research cooperation, which is of great significance. In this paper, the United States, Germany, Japan and other major developed countries for the example, roughly summarized these countries to implement the mode of cooperation and innovation and common ground.


Keywords


Developed country; Research cooperation; Pattern; Experience

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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