The steady effect of knowledge co-creation with universities on business scientific impact throughout the economic cycle

Economic ups and downs condition science and innovation. The research strength of business firms and their cooperation with universities are important functions of science systems. The aim of this research is to analyse some of the links between business scientific output co-creation and impact throughout the economic cycle. Economic growth increases the probability of firms increasing both their scientific knowledge co-creation output and their scientific impact (during crises), until reaching an inflection point, after which those relationships become negative (during expansions).
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