The Modern University as a Driver of Economic Growth
Problems of Economic Transition, 2017, vol. 59, issue 11-12, 909-930
This article analyzes the modern university as a driver of economic growth within the framework of the concept of university 3.0 (education, research, and the commercialization of knowledge). It is shown how university 3.0 is becoming the basis for the global competitiveness of national economies and supranational associations, and how its entrepreneurial ecosystem forms new, fast-growing industries, promising technological markets, and leading administrative-territorial spaces.
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