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|Title:||Science, technology, and innovation articulation of local public university with economic and social agents|
|Authors:||Carpio Ramos, H. A.|
Carpio Ramos, P. A.
García-Peñalvo, F. J.
Montes Ninaquispe, J. C.
|Keywords:||Science, Technology, and Innovation (STI)|
Local public university
Economic and social agents
|Citation:||H. A. Carpio Ramos, P. A. Carpio Ramos, F. J. García-Peñalvo and J. C. Montes Ninaquispe, "Science, technology, and innovation articulation of local public university with economic and social agents," in Proceedings XI JICV 2021. XI International Conference on Virtual Campus (Salamanca, Spain, September 30th – October 1st, 2021), A. García-Holgado, F. J. García-Peñalvo, C. S. González-González, A. Infante-Moro and J. C. Infante-Moro, Eds., USA: IEEE, 2021. doi: 10.1109/JICV53222.2021.9600288.|
|Abstract:||Within the framework of the increase in investment in science and technology to raise the innovation indicators of the countries, this article presents the need to know the factors that intervene in the process of technology transfer to understand the characteristics of Science, Technology, and Innovation articulation of a local public university with the economic and social agents. Qualitative phenomenological design was used to explore theoretical models and expert opinion. Sample was selected retrospectively and by saturation. Data were processed by categorization and analyzed by triangulation. 20 factors and 5 dimensions were obtained in technology transfer, and three types of articulation. It is concluded that the Science, Technology, and Innovation articulation in a local public university is Type I, and that the characterization has been achieved based on the factors that participate in technology transfer.|
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