Strategic Research Partnerships: Proceedings from an NSF Workshop

Workshop Agenda

Workshop on Strategic Research Partnerships

Sponsored by the National Science Foundation

Convened at:
SRI International, Washington, DC
October 13, 2000

The purpose of this policy workshop on strategic research partnerships (SRPs) is to evaluate:

8:30 Assemble and Coffee at SRI
8:45 Welcome Lynda Carlson
Purpose of the Workshop John Jankowski
Overview of the Day Al Link
9:00 PANEL 1:
SRPs and Economic Performance
Greg Tassey, Moderator
"Strategic Research Partnerships: Evidence and Analysis" Stephen Martin
"Strategic Research Partnerships and Economic Performance: Data Considerations" Don Siegel
"Inter-Firm Partnerships-An Overview of Major Trends and Patterns Since 1960" John Hagedoorn
"Using Cooperative R&D Agreements as S&T Indicators: What Do We Have and What Would We Like?" David Mowery
"Strategic Research Relationships and Small Firms" David Audretsch
10:30 Break
10:45 PANEL 1: continued
"Strategic Research Alliances and 360 Degree Bibliometric Indicators" Fran Narin
"Strategic Research Partnerships in Biotechnology" Maryann Feldman
"Strategic Research Partnerships: Their Role, and Some Issues of Measuring Their Extent and Outcomes-Experiences from Europe and Asia" Mark Dodgson
"Strategic Research Partnerships in Japan: Empirical Evidence" Mari Sakakibara
11:45 Group Discussion on Panel 1 Nick Vonortas, Moderator
12:30 Lunch at SRI
1:30 PANEL 2:
What are the Policy Needs for SRP Indicators?
Chuck Wessner, Moderator
"What We Have Learned" John Scott
"Constructing Indicators of Strategic Research Partnerships" Barry Bozeman
Comments on Panel 2 Franco Malerba
Greg Tassey
Andrew Wyckoff
Kathy Combs
John Hansen
General Discussion on Panel 2
3:15 Break
3:30 PANEL 3:
How Should NSF Proceed to Develop SRP Indicators?
Lynda Carlson, Moderator
Specific Recommendations to NSF
4:45 Closing Remarks Al Link
5:00 Informal Discussion and Refreshments at SRI

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