Many nations are currently adopting a variety of directed strategies to launch and support research parks, often with significant financial commitments and policy support. By better understanding how research parks of other nations operate, we can seek to improve the scale and contributions of parks in the U.S. To that end, the National Academies convened an international conference on global best practices in research parks.
This volume, a report of the conference, includes discussion of the diverse roles that research parks in both universities and laboratories play in national innovation systems. The presentations identify common challenges and demonstrate substantial differences in research park programs around the world.
National Research Council. 2009. Understanding Research, Science and Technology Parks: Global Best Practices: Report of a Symposium. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/12546.
|Introduction: Research Parks in the 21st Century||7-38|
|Keynote Address I--Jeff Bingaman||44-46|
|Keynote Address II--C. D. Mote, Jr.||47-52|
|Panel I: Leading Asian Models of S&T Parks||53-69|
|Panel II: North American and European S&T Parks||70-85|
|Keynote Address III--James Barker||86-91|
|Panel III: U.S. Parks: The Laboratory Model||92-102|
|Panel IV: U.S. Parks: University-Based Models||103-112|
|Panel V: The Evaluation Challenge and Policy Synergies||113-122|
|Closing Remarks--Mary Good||123-124|
|III RESEARCH PAPER||125-126|
|Research, Science, and Technology Parks: An Overview of the Academic Literature--Albert N. Link||127-140|
|Appendix A: Biographies of Speakers||143-160|
|Appendix B: Participants List||161-167|
|Appendix C: Bibliography||168-196|
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