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On the drivers of international collaboration: The impact of informal communication, motivation, and research resources

Title
On the drivers of international collaboration: The impact of informal communication, motivation, and research resources
Author
최재영
Keywords
Research collaboration; R&D strategy; co-authorship; informal communication; international collaboration; probit estimation
Issue Date
2014-08
Publisher
Oxford University Press
Citation
Science and Public Policy, 2014, 41(4), P.520-531
Abstract
International collaboration in research activities has been highlighted because it offers higher productivity and has a greater impact than non-international collaboration. Given the importance of international collaboration, researchers make strategic decisions on their collaboration modes in the light of their environments and the expected trade-offs, since long-distance research collaboration entails both costs and benefits. By using national data at the project level, this paper examines the possible factors in international collaboration in various research areas, mainly focusing on research activities by universities. Our empirical results suggest that substantial financial and attentional resources, academic excellence, individual motivation, and active informal communication play significant roles in accomplishing international collaboration. Additionally, this paper refines the understanding of the role of communication and policy in ensuring the most effective use of research resources, helping research managers to promote collaboration in an appropriate decision-making context.
URI
https://academic.oup.com/spp/article/41/4/520/1612341http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11754/54304
ISSN
0302-3427; 1471-5430
DOI
10.1093/scipol/sct079
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