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U niversities are increasingly perceived as agents involved in regional development. It is now recognized that academic contributions to the socioeconomic environment go well beyond scientific investigation and teaching activities, and incorporate market-oriented initiatives to the academic mission. However, these effects are geographically bounded. Given these conditions, this article aims at addressing universities' impacts upon output vectors of localized innovation ecosystems. Using datadoi:10.17323/2500-2597.2018.2.50.61 fatcat:wrwsijcftbc4pgd4ptbdmcq24a