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Perspectives in Public and University Sector Co-operation in the Change of Higher Education Model in Hungary, in Light of China's Experience

Attila Lajos Makai and Szabolcs Ramhap

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Abstract: The model shift of higher education in Hungary brought not only the deepening of university-industry relations and technology transfer processes, but also contribute the emerging role of universities in shaping regional innovation policy. This process provides a new framework for cooperation between actors in regional innovation ecosystems and raises the relationship between economic-governmental-academic systems to a new level. Active involvement of government, the predominance of state resources, and the strong innovation-organizing power of higher education institutions are similarities that characterize both the Hungarian and Chinese innovation systems. This paper attempts to gather Chinese good practices whose adaptation can contribute to successful public-university collaboration. In the light of the examined practices, the processes related to the university model shift implemented so far can be placed in a new context, which are presented through the example of the Sz\'echenyi Istv\'an University of Gy\H{o}r.

Date: 2021-12
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Published in POLGARI SZEMLE: GAZDASAGI \'ES TARSADALMI FOLYOIRAT 16 : Chinese Issue pp. 226-238. , 13 p. (2020)

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