Surviving Spin-offs as a Measure of Research Funding Effectiveness

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2004
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Companies spun-off from university laboratories that commercialize intellectual property are significant drivers of innovation in Canada, where spin-offs are created at a much higher rate per research dollar than in the U.S. This paper is based on data from nine Canadian universities active in technology transfer on the spin-offs they created between 1995 and 2003.
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CPROST Catalogue Number: 04-03
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