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The aim of the research is to explore the impact of knowledge partnerships on marketing intellectual property rights in Iraqi universities. Nineteen governmental and private universities were selected as the study's field, and the research adopted a descriptive-analytical approach. The research population and sample are represented by university leaders in the researched universities, totaling (404) individuals. They were purposefully selected by the researchers due to their decision-making authority in the researched universities. Data were collected through a questionnaire survey distributed directly to the sample, from which (226) valid responses were retrieved for statistical analysis to determine the impact between the main research variables and their dimensions.
The findings revealed several results, most notably the existence of a significant impact between knowledge partnerships and the marketing of intellectual property rights. The research also provided a set of recommendations, including the engagement of the researched universities in partnerships with international universities and organizations through collaborative research projects. These projects would serve to address the marketing of scientific outputs and intellectual property rights, benefiting both the society and contributing to its development
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