Factors for analysing and improving performance of R&D in Malaysian universities

Mohammad Shakir Ramli, S.J. de Boer, E.J. de Bruijn

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Abstract

This paper presents a model for analysing and improving performance of R&D in Malaysian universities. There are various general models for R&D analysis, but none is specific for improving the performance of R&D in Malaysian universities. This research attempts to fill a gap in the body of knowledge with regard to developing countries by explicitly focusing on factors that are relevant for analysing and improving R&D performance in Malaysian universities. The project's methodology essentially entails a deductive route to identify and progressively refine the factors that determine R&D performance. It is based on extensive literature study aimed at developing a model that is appropriate for researching and improving R&D in an emerging economy. The paper addresses the development of the model and the research project’s approach. This model will be applied in collecting data from surveys and a number of field studies. The results will be used to improve the model as well as recommending points of improvement for Malaysian universities.
Original languageUndefined
Title of host publicationManaging people and managing R&D. Proceedings (CD-ROM) of the R&D Management Conference, July 2004, Sesimbra, Portugal
Place of PublicationManchester, UK
PublisherRADMA
Pages735-745
Number of pages11
Publication statusPublished - 2004
EventR&D Management Conference 2004 - Sesimbra, Portugal
Duration: 6 Jul 20049 Jul 2004

Conference

ConferenceR&D Management Conference 2004
CountryPortugal
CitySesimbra
Period6/07/049/07/04

Keywords

  • METIS-223798
  • IR-73365

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Ramli, M. S., de Boer, S. J., & de Bruijn, E. J. (2004). Factors for analysing and improving performance of R&D in Malaysian universities. In Managing people and managing R&D. Proceedings (CD-ROM) of the R&D Management Conference, July 2004, Sesimbra, Portugal (pp. 735-745). Manchester, UK: RADMA.