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by Matthew M. Mars,Amy Scott Metcalfe

eBook The Entrepreneurial Domains of American Higher Education: ASHE Higher Education Report, Volume 34, Number 5 epub
  • ISBN: 0470479930
  • Author: Matthew M. Mars,Amy Scott Metcalfe
  • Genre: Education
  • Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Jossey-Bass; 1 edition (February 17, 2009)
  • Pages: 152 pages
  • ePUB size: 1925 kb
  • FB2 size 1655 kb
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ASHE Higher Education Report, Volume 34, Number 5. By. Matthew M. Mars. Mars holds a joint appointment between the McGuire Center for Entrepreneurship and the Office of Technology Transfer at the University of Arizona. Amy Scott Metcalfe is an assistant professor of higher education in the Department of Educational Studies at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada. Release date Australia. The Journal of Higher Education 81 (2), 140-163, 2010. M Rostan, FA Ceravolo, AS Metcalfe. The of the Academy, 119-143, 2014. Mars, Amy Scott Metcalfe. Academic Entrepreneurship is now an institutionalized trend across the contemporary . higher education system. This monograph provides a concise but thorough overview and discussion of the primar. More). As noted in previous chapters i.

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This utilitarian function of American higher education dates back to the creation of land grant institutions with the . Interdisciplinary work within higher education has increased significantly over past decades (Amey 2004; Creamer and Lattuca 2005)

This utilitarian function of American higher education dates back to the creation of land grant institutions with the passing of the Morrill. Student Entrepreneurs as Agents of Organizational Change and Social Transformation: a Grassroots Leadership Perspective. Interdisciplinary work within higher education has increased significantly over past decades (Amey 2004; Creamer and Lattuca 2005).

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Academic Entrepreneurship is now an institutionalized trend acrossthe contemporary U.S. higher education system. This monographprovides a concise but thorough overview and discussion of theprimary literatures that address the trends and implications ofentrepreneurship on contemporary higher education environments inthe United States.

The consistent themes that are woven throughout the overview anddiscussion are the lack of consensus on the meaning of "academicentrepreneurship" and the tensions that have arisen out of this nowpervasive movement. Accordingly the authors provide readers with aset of important questions to be answered through careful empiricalattention. Such research would make meaningful contributions to thepractices of a wide range of faculty, administrators, and studentsthat have been influenced by the various forms of academicentrepreneurship.

This is the fifth issue the 34th volume of the Jossey-Bassseries ASHE Higher Education Report. Each monographin the series is the definitive analysis of a tough highereducation problem, based on thorough research of pertinentliterature and institutional experiences. Topics are identified bya national survey. Noted practitioners and scholars are thencommissioned to write the reports, with experts providing criticalreviews of each manuscript before publication.

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