Understanding the Governance of the Engaged and Entrepreneurial University: Towards a New Research and Policy Agenda

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Abstract

This paper aims to seek insights into the way in which twenty-first century
universities worldwide have performed in the changing world and challenges that they have undergone, in order to address the ever-changing demands of the global knowledge-based economy within the innovative ecosystem. It firstly reviews cur-rent theory and practice on entrepreneurial universities. It also analyses the current dispersion of science outside academia, via laws, policies and processes of marketization more broadly. It addresses governance issues which are relevant for both researchers and policy makers, and lastly, sketches the contours of a new research and policy agenda for entrepreneurial universities via reformulating their “third task”. The issues and questions on this agenda provide focal points in discussions and policy debates on the current state and governance of the ‘entrepreneurial’ university.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationDeveloping Engaged and Entrepreneurial Universities
EditorsThorsten Kliewe, Kersting C., Plewa C. , Thomas Baaken
PublisherSpringer
Chapter3
Pages43-53
Number of pages11
ISBN (Electronic)9789811381300
ISBN (Print)9789811381294
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2019

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Keywords

  • Entrepreneurial university
  • engaged university
  • university-business collaboration
  • community engagement
  • stakeholders
  • Teaching
  • Students

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Blankesteijn, M. L., Sam, P. N., & van der Sijde, P. C. (2019). Understanding the Governance of the Engaged and Entrepreneurial University: Towards a New Research and Policy Agenda . In T. Kliewe, K. C., P. C. , & T. Baaken (Eds.), Developing Engaged and Entrepreneurial Universities (pp. 43-53 ). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-13-8130-0_3
Blankesteijn, M.L. ; Sam, P.N. ; van der Sijde, P.C. / Understanding the Governance of the Engaged and Entrepreneurial University : Towards a New Research and Policy Agenda . Developing Engaged and Entrepreneurial Universities. editor / Thorsten Kliewe ; Kersting C. ; Plewa C. ; Thomas Baaken. Springer, 2019. pp. 43-53
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Understanding the Governance of the Engaged and Entrepreneurial University : Towards a New Research and Policy Agenda . / Blankesteijn, M.L.; Sam, P.N.; van der Sijde, P.C.

Developing Engaged and Entrepreneurial Universities. ed. / Thorsten Kliewe; Kersting C.; Plewa C. ; Thomas Baaken. Springer, 2019. p. 43-53 .

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