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Research links between academia, business and industry is extremely weak in both Syria and Lebanon. The reason is shortage of trust, mutual understanding, finance, competent human resources and competition in the market together with high presence of rent seeking activities, among other reasons. As a result, research that is produced in academia tends to be supply rather than demand oriented. The paper proposes a vision for needed research and development of research, and presents several suggestions to encourage research, to support cooperation between Arts and Science Faculties and to forge links between academia, business, industry and finance (including establishment of science and technology parks), and with research centers attached to the Matre Project EU partner institutions.
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- Forging Research Links Between Academia, Business and Industry in Syria and Lebanon
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