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Wenner-Gren International Series, volume 84
The University in the Market

Edited by Lars Engwall (Uppsala University, Sweden) and Denis Weaire (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland)



CONTENTS
Preface
Contributors
Abbreviations

PART I: SETTING THE SCENE
1
Whither universities?
Brian Heap
1–7
2
The university: a multinational corporation?
Lars Engwall
9–21
3
Constructing universities as strategic actors: limitations and variations
Richard Whitley
23–37
4
What does the ‘market’ mean for the university?
Ulrich Teichler
39–45

PART II: MARKETS FOR IDEAS
5
Keeping science competitive in Germany
Matthias Kleiner
47–51
6
Intellectual property versus academic freedom? A complex relationship within the innovation ecosystem
Joseph Straus
53–65
7
Intellectual property and Irish universities
Eoin P. O'Neill
67–77

PART III: MARKETS FOR COLLABORATION
8
The current status and the future of universities within society
Günter Stock
79–87
9
Scottish universities in the marketplace
Kevin Cullen
89–101
10
From tech transfer to knowledge exchange: European universities in the marketplace
Stephen Hagen
103–117
11
Industry needs universities and vice versa
Yrjö Neuvo
119–126

PART IV: CONCLUDING PERSPECTIVES
12
What does the public think about all this?
Eddie Holt
127–131
13
University autonomy: a matter of political rhetoric?
Thorsten Nybom
133–141
14
University marketization: the process and its limits
Linda Wedlin
143–153


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