Corporate culture: protect idea factories

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Buckley, Ralf
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It is unsurprising that universities have adopted corporate culture (Nature 540, 315; 2016), but surprising that they select such archaic models.

Universities corporatize because they must raise funds through teaching, research and commercialization. They need to publish research results openly, even though public funds don't cover full production costs.

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Buckley, R, Corporate culture: protect idea factories, Nature, 2017, 543 (7646), pp. 491-491
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