Choice of the Models for the Co-operative Innovation of Industries, Universities and Research Institutes by Game Analysis

Yiyang Fan, Youhua Zhang
2010 Asian Social Science  
This paper builds game model to analyze selection issues of IUR co-operation model through Nash bargaining theory. The result shows that, the stronger innovative capability, more economic benefits expected, less technical content of scientific research, companies more inclined to choose a higher degree of close model; otherwise, companies tend to choose more closely integrated degree lower mode. Since the co-operation between the industries, universities and research institutes becomes more and
more » ... es becomes more and more important, the co-operation shows diversified forms, and many modes occupied in practice. Different modes of cooperation have different characteristics, cope and selection basis, therefore, the study of best mode for the better performance is required. (1) Suppose the game players are A-enterprises and B-university or research institutions (without considering the www.ccsenet.org/ass Whether selected the mode of entity depends on transaction costs of setting up the early entity enterprise can save transaction costs. If entity has a lower total cost of the entity, A and B will build a entity as cooperation choice. The transaction costs of building, including costs of collection of information (the cost of A searching for suitable partners), opportunity costs and other costs; the cost savings of operational phase including communication costs, negotiation costs, compliance costs. Generally it is suitable for larger corporate groups and universities and research institutions. Wang, Xueyuan & Wang Hongqi et al. (2005). The study of Academy Union model and selection strategy.
doi:10.5539/ass.v6n9p96 fatcat:lj72ipogkbhs3hhfxihfgw6sle