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THE ROLE OF INTERMEDIARY ORGANIZATION IN INSTITUTIONAL SETTING OF TECHNOLOGICAL COLLABORATION (CASE STUDY IRAN’S AEROSPACE SECTOR)

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 Start Page 139 | End Page 158

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 In the past decade, INTERMEDIARY ORGANIZATIONS like brokers, boundary organizations and innovation mediators, have critical role in the well-functioning of national and sectoral innovation system. Based on the innovation system approach, knowledge transfer and sharing throw technological collaboration is one of the main aspects of well-functioning of any system. This paper focuses on the role of intermediaries in the formation and success of technological collaboration in IRANIAN AEROSPACE SECTOR.Methodologically, both quantitative and qualitative research methods have been employed. The conceptual model was developed based on explorative studies about previous and current situation of technological collaborations in the aerospace sector and identifying problems regarding the formation and success of technological collaborations and also literature review about the role of intermediaries in the innovation system approach. This model has two main variables: 1. “the role of intermediaries in the institutionalization of innovation system” as independent variable and 2. Collaboration effectiveness as dependent variable which has five constructs: collaboration decision making, partner selection, design of collaboration, implementation of collaboration and termination. Empirical data was collected using 220 Questionnaires and research hypotheses were examined by statistical analyses such as factor analysis and STRUCTURAL EQUATION MODELING. Based on the results of STRUCTURAL EQUATION MODELING, the model was validated and the results indicate that partner selection, design of collaboration, and termination are more relevant to institutionalization.

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