Canada has a “recipe for success” in industry/PSE partnerships, writes Globe contributor

November 3, 2016

“It [is] clear to me that Canada is poised to teach the world a thing or two about partnerships,” writes Eric Bosco for the Globe and Mail. The author argues that while other countries have found it frustrating to foster collaboration between business and academia, Canada has found a “recipe for success” that can make it a world leader in this regard. Bosco offers several examples of successful partnerships between industry and the academy, and notes that these relationships are very durable once established. Bosco concludes that over time, Canadians will only continue to see increasing returns from the attention and resources their country has put into these productive partnerships. Globe and Mail