Valentina Tartari

Copenhagen Business School - Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics

Kilevej 14A

Frederiksberg, 2000

Denmark

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Scholarly Papers (10)

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Academic Engagement and Commercialisation: A Review of the Literature on University-Industry Relations

Research Policy 42(2): 423-442.
Number of pages: 55 Posted: 20 Jun 2012 Last Revised: 19 Sep 2013
Imperial College Business School, Copenhagen Business School - Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics, Göteborg University, Imperial College Business School, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Spanish Council for Scientific Research (CSIC) - Institute of Innovation and Knowledge Management, INGENIO (CSIC-UPV), University of Bologna - Department of Management, University of Turin - Department of Economics S. Cognetti de Martiis, University of Bologna - Department of Management, University of Cambridge - Centre for Business Research (CBR), University of Cambridge - St Catharine's College, University of Kassel - Economics, BETA - University of Strasbourg, University of Bordeaux - GREThA, University of Bath - School of Management and University of Bologna - Department of Management
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University-industry relations, technology transfer, academic entrepreneurship, commercialisation, collaborative research, academic consulting

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In Good Company: The Influence of Peers on Industry Engagement by Academic Scientists

Research Policy, Forthcoming
Number of pages: 41 Posted: 17 Oct 2011 Last Revised: 31 Mar 2014
Valentina Tartari, Markus Perkmann and Ammon Salter
Copenhagen Business School - Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics, Imperial College Business School and University of Bath - School of Management
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University-industry relations, academic engagement, commercialization, scientists, peer effects

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Accounting for Impact at Imperial College London: A Report on the Activities and Outputs by Imperial Academics Relevant for Economic and Social Impact

Technical Report - Imperial College London, March 2015
Number of pages: 50 Posted: 25 Aug 2015
Imperial College Business School, University of Bologna - Department of Management, Imperial College London, University of Bath - School of Management, Imperial College London and Copenhagen Business School - Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics
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Academic engagement; Research Commercialisation; Academic Entrepreneurship; University-Industry Relationships

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Set Them Free: Scientists' Evaluations of the Benefits and Costs of University-Industry Research Collaboration

Industrial and Corporate Change (2012) 21 (5): 1117-1147
Number of pages: 41 Posted: 17 Oct 2011 Last Revised: 25 Jan 2015
Valentina Tartari and Stefano Breschi
Copenhagen Business School - Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics and Bocconi University - Department of Management and Technology
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university-industry relation, perceptions, freedom of research

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Accounting for Universities’ Impact: Using Augmented Data to Measure Academic Engagement and Commercialization by Academic Scientists

Research Evaluation 24(4): 380-391
Number of pages: 28 Posted: 04 Aug 2015 Last Revised: 30 Oct 2015
Imperial College Business School, University of Bologna - Department of Management, Imperial College London, University of Bath - School of Management, Imperial College London and Copenhagen Business School - Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics
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Cross-Organization Collaboration and Mobility of Knowledge Workers

Number of pages: 41 Posted: 28 Aug 2017
The Ohio State University - Fisher College of Business, Copenhagen Business School and Copenhagen Business School - Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics
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human capital, knowledge workers, employee mobility, knowledge flow, market frictions

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'Another Roof, Another Proof': How Mobility Explains Individual Productivity in Science

Number of pages: 38 Posted: 28 Aug 2017
Copenhagen Business School - Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics, Copenhagen Business School and The Ohio State University - Fisher College of Business
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mobility, academic researchers, scientific productivity, organizational resources, Arellano-Bond

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Crossing the Rubicon: Exploring the Factors that Shape Academics Perceptions of the Barriers to Working with Industry

Cambridge Journal of Economics 2012, 36, 655–677
Number of pages: 50 Posted: 02 Apr 2014
Valentina Tartari, Ammon Salter and Pablo D'Este
Copenhagen Business School - Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics, University of Bath - School of Management and Spanish Council for Scientific Research (CSIC) - Institute of Innovation and Knowledge Management, INGENIO (CSIC-UPV)
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Industry-university collaboration, Barriers to collaboration, Universities, Academic Entrepreneurship

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Knowledge Worker Mobility in Context: Pushing the Boundaries of Theory and Methods

Journal of Management Studies, Vol. 55, Issue 1, pp. 1-26, 2018
Number of pages: 26 Posted: 11 Dec 2017
Imperial College London, Copenhagen Business School - Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics, National University of Singapore (NUS) - ISEM & NUS Business School, Copenhagen Business School and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - College of Business
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employee mobility, entrepreneurial mobility, knowledge workers, organizational mobility, regional mobility

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The Engagement Gap: Exploring Gender Differences in University – Industry Collaboration Activities

Research Policy, Vol. 44, No. 6, 2015
Posted: 28 Aug 2017
Valentina Tartari and Ammon Salter
Copenhagen Business School - Department of Innovation and Organizational Economics and University of Bath - School of Management

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