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Universities and local economic development.

Universities and local economic development.

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Published by OECD in [Paris] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Universities and colleges,
  • Economic development -- Effect of education on,
  • Business and education

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesILE notebooks -- no. 8
    ContributionsLocal Initiatives for Employment Creation (Program), Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 35 p. ;
    Number of Pages35
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20681500M

    Comprehensive examination of the relationship between higher education, state government, and economic development. Local, state, and national economies are facing unprecedented levels of international competition. The current fiscal crisis has hampered the ability of many governments in the developed world to directly facilitate economic by: 4.   Universities are under increasing pressure to help promote socio-economic growth in their local communities. However until now, no systematic, critical attention has been paid to the factors and mechanisms that currently make this process so by:

    Alleviating Poverty through Local Economic Development Lessons from Nusa Tenggara i Foreword To stimulate an increase in people’s incomes, synergy between government and the private sector is essential, so that implementation of programmes matches local characteristics, conditions and potentials and responds to local Size: KB.   The Road Half Traveled: University Engagement at a Crossroads assesses economic development initiatives and partnership programs of colleges and universities as anchor institutions in low-income, urban communities. Coauthored by Rita Axelroth Hodges (University of Pennsylvania) and Steve Dubb (University of Maryland, College Park), the book.

    (shelved 2 times as development-economics) avg rating — 2, ratings — published Want to Read saving. Universities, the bioscience sector and local economic development in Oxfordshire: challenges and opportunities Helen Lawton Smith, Sharmistha Bagchi-Sen and Laurel Edmunds The pathways and challenges of university engagement: comparative case studies Harvey Goldstein, Verena Radinger-Peer and Sabine Sedlacek


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UNIVERSITY RESEARCH AND LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT August A product of Arizona State University’s Productivity and Prosperity Project (P3) Kent Hill, Ph.D. Research Professor, Department of Economics and Center for Competitiveness and Prosperity Research L. William Seidman Research Institute W.

Carey School of Business. Universities can conduct research on labor supply and demand, as well as workforce development best practices. They can enhance local job growth and economic development by facilitating partnerships among institutions, government, and industries in key regional clusters to identify and fill specific areas of need.

With the increasing focus by policy‐makers on links between industry and academic institutions, universities have become important for local economic. "This lucid presentation unpacks the complexity of two famous universities' journey toward technology commercialization with a goal of local economic impact.

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With their associated schools and colleges. This book focuses on the nature and role of entrepreneurship in modern developed and emerging economies and societies, its relation to governments and universities, and its role in the often-forgotten informal economy.

The aim is to position entrepreneurship in the. The Impact of Universities on Regional Competitiveness: A Review of the Main Theoretical and Methodological Approaches: /ch This chapter presents an in-depth critical overview of the theoretical and methodological approaches that have been used to assess the impact of Universities and local economic development.

book Aurora Amélia Castro Teixeira, Ana Oliveira, Ana Dias Daniel, Miguel Torres Preto, Gonçalo Rodrigues. Today, universities around the world find themselves going beyond the traditional roles of research and teaching to drive the development of local economies through collaborations with industry.

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The. Research Universities and the Public Good: Discovery for an Uncertain Future of the book is that publicly funded research is the cornerstone of the valuable social contributions of research universities.

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The fountain of knowledge: the role of universities in economic development. [Shiri M Breznitz] -- Today, universities around the world find themselves going beyond the traditional roles of research and teaching to drive the development of local economies through collaborations with industry.

At a. Universities and Colleges as Economic Drivers is meant to cultivate greater understanding among elected officials, business representatives, policymakers, and other concerned parties about the central roles universities and colleges play in national, state, and local economies.

The following interview is with Jill Wakefield, chancellor of the Seattle Colleges District. Higher education institutions have always had a role to play in regional economic development and that role is becoming increasingly highlighted as the economy moves deeper into its recovery phase.

In this interview, Wakefield discusses the role of colleges in supporting economic [ ]. Universities are under increasing pressure to help promote socio-economic growth in their local communities.

However until now, no systematic, critical attention has been paid to the factors and mechanisms that currently make this process so daunting. In Universities and Regional Development, scholars from Europe, the Americas, Africa, and Asia critically address.

Examining the Role of Entrepreneurial Universities in Regional Development provides emerging research exploring how universities foster and support entrepreneurship and the development of a more entrepreneurial organization and highlights the importance of this process for local communities and companies.

Featuring coverage on a broad range of. Local economies are the building blocks for national ones. An updated and expansive core text, the Second Edition of Local Economic Development: Analysis, Practices, and Globalization provides a comprehensive introduction to the economics of local economic g into cutting-edge topics such as cluster analysis, creative class orientation, competitive Cited by: Folks: The posting below is a review by David L.

Miller of the book, Universities and Colleges as Economic Drivers: Measuring Higher Education's Role in Economic Development, edited by Jason E.

Lane and D. Bruce review appeared in Planning for Higher Education. Vol Number 4 | July-September Society for College and University Planning. The International Economic Development Council (IEDC) is a non-profit membership organization serving economic developers.

With more than 5, members, IEDC is the largest organization of its kind. Economic developers promote economic well-being and quality of life for their communities, by creating, retaining and expanding jobs that facilitate growth, enhance wealth.

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In a knowledge-based economy, universities are vital institutions. This volume explores the roles that universities can play in peripheral regions, contributing to processes of regional economic development and innovative growth.

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