Research on the Benefits Allocation System of the Collaborative Innovation Center of China

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Abstract

Collaborative innovation is a very important way for major scientific innovation; the core is adding knowledge value, involving firms, government, research institutions and other organizations. Collaborative innovation centers are important carriers for responding to the call of government’s collaborative strategy. However, during the collaborative process, the problem of intellectual property ownership and benefits allocation is faced by cooperative parties. So, we try to solve the benefits allocation problem by constructing a reasonable mechanism. It is the basis for the steady operation of collaborative innovation center and benefits distribution fairly. This paper constructs a model for benefits allocation after we review previous studies. It includes intellectual property participating and sharing, benefits allocation and performance evaluation and feedback. Besides, we use a case study to examine this model. Thus, we hope this model can help keep the stable development of collaborative innovation center and has certain significance in theoretical implications.

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Ren, D. , Song, W. and Zhang, G. (2015) Research on the Benefits Allocation System of the Collaborative Innovation Center of China. American Journal of Industrial and Business Management, 5, 376-382. doi: 10.4236/ajibm.2015.56037.

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