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الگوی همکاری شرکت‌های دانش‌بنیان با مجموعه‌های صنعتی و اقتصادی، با تمرکز بر سیاست‌های تضمین خرید

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نویسندگان:
  • رضا نقی‌زاده

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  • رضا نقی‌زاده

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    آدرس محل کار: تهران، میدان ونک، خیابان ملاصدرا، خیابان شیرازی جنوبی، خیابان سهیل، شماره ۹
    تلفن محل کار: ۰۲۱-۸۸۰۳۶۱۴۴
    فکس: ۰۲۱-۸۸۰۶۱۷۴۷
    پست الکترونیک: naghizadeh@nrisp.ac.ir
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مدل‌های همکاری شرکت‌های کوچک دانش‌بنیان با مجموعه‌های صنعتی و اقتصادی جهت رفع نیازهای آنها و اتصال شرکت‌های دانش‌بنیان به بازار، اهمیت ویژه‌ای دارد. هدف مقاله حاضر ارائه الگوی توسعه همکاری‌های مشترک میان شرکت‌های کوچک دانش‌بنیان و مجموعه‌های صنعتی و اقتصادی، مبتنی بر روش تضمین خرید در بستر نهادی ایران است. در این پژوهش بر اساس روش مطالعه موردی و با استفاده از سه‌گانه اطلاعاتی مصاحبه، مرور مطالعات پیشین و بررسی شواهد و همچنین آمار و رویدادها، الگوی توسعه همکاری‌های مشترک میان شرکت‌های کوچک دانش‌بنیان و مجموعه‌های صنعتی و اقتصادی از طریق روش تضمین خرید ارائه شده است. برای طراحی الگو، ابتدا نُه چالش کلیدی در توسعه همکاری‌های مشترک شناسایی شدند که الگوی طراحی‌شده سعی نموده است به تمامی آن چالش‌ها پاسخ دهد. بر این اساس هفت کارکرد برای نهادهای میانجی مشتمل بر تأمین مالی، ضمانت، توانمندسازی، واسطه‌گری، تسهیل‌گری، سیاست‌گذاری و نهایتاً ارزیابی توانمندی‌های فنی، تخصصی و ارتباطی، شناسایی و تحلیل شده‌اند.

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