Planning a productive Higher Education System
Vas, C. and Koruth, T. (2013) Planning a productive Higher Education System. US-China Education Review A, 3 (10). pp. 730-738.
In the face of continuous changes taking place in the education system, universities have to traverse mode 1 (teaching and knowledge production), mode 2 (co-production of knowledge with heterogeneous groups), and mode 3 (encompassing social responsibility). In this context, two aspects begin to gain prominence for universities: (1)embracing an entrepreneurial and innovation ethos integrated with productive societal relationships; and (2)ensuring a quality education combined with a superior experience for its learners This paper undertakes a comprehensive meta-analysis of the literature matched with emerging systemic trends to argue the challenges associated with creating a productive higher education system.
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