This paper reports from an on-going pilot project investigating university-industry collaboration on the development of radical innovation. There is evidence in the literature that such collaboration increases the likelihood of radical innovation. A conceptual framework is presented and it is arguing that there is a lack of in-depth understanding of such collaborative radical innovation processes. The paper then suggests an abductive research design for an explorative in-depth case study of collaborative radical innovation involving a university and an established Danish manufacturing firm. Some preliminary findings are presented and briefly discussed, including the role of the university’s formal set-up to deal with IPR/commercialisation and the researchers’ personal networking with industry as well as challenges concerning the sharing of IPR/commercialisation outcomes.
|Bidragets oversatte titel||Radikal universitet-industri innovation - forskningsdesign og foreløbige resulater fra et pågående case studie|
|Publikationsdato||20 okt. 2010|
|Status||Udgivet - 20 okt. 2010|
|Begivenhed||Triple Helix VIII - Madrid, Spanien|
Varighed: 20 okt. 2010 → 22 okt. 2010
|Konference||Triple Helix VIII|
|Periode||20/10/2010 → 22/10/2010|