Organizational Structures for Innovative Efficiency
This chapter describes the research joint venture (RJV) organizational structure through which government acts as entrepreneur. Public and private organizations participate in RJVs, and public resources are indirectly used to encourage the partnership formation. The use of public resources, meaning the lessening of prevailing antitrust laws, creates a legal environment conducive for cooperative research. It is this legal environment that is the technology infrastructure relevant to government as entrepreneur.
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