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Creating Entrepreneurial Universities

Creating Entrepreneurial Universities The European Legacy, Vol. 6, No. 4, pp. 509–511, 2001 - - REVIEWS - - his method was to proceed inductively from Creating Entrepreneurial Universities: Organiza- tional Pathways of Transformation. By Burton R. practice to theory instead of as is more cus- Clark (London: I.A.U. Pergamon/Elsevier, tomary from theory to practice, believing that 1998), 180 pp. $73.50 cloth. this bottom-up approach from analyzed ex- perience results in a more accurate account. Of course, anecdotal evidence from stakeholders may be in uenced by their lead- , , , , HENRY WASSER ership role in the accomplished changes. The most utilized words for current and Clark, however, maintains that his move per- future universities are entrepreneurial, enter- mits his prose to be an effective compromise prise and innovative. This timely work by one between generalized concepts and institutional of the leading comparative higher education individuality. analysts selects the bluntest and most compre- Attacking academics dominating collegial hensive wording. Indeed the theme of en- structures, Clark holds them responsible for trepreneurial universities, book and author, slowing the gears of the innovative institutions dominated the biannual OECD/IMHE Year that are responding to the challenge of nding 2000 conference in Paris. new sources http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The European Legacy Taylor & Francis

Creating Entrepreneurial Universities

The European Legacy , Volume 6 (4): 3 – Aug 1, 2001
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The European Legacy, Vol. 6, No. 4, pp. 509–511, 2001 - - REVIEWS - - his method was to proceed inductively from Creating Entrepreneurial Universities: Organiza- tional Pathways of Transformation. By Burton R. practice to theory instead of as is more cus- Clark (London: I.A.U. Pergamon/Elsevier, tomary from theory to practice, believing that 1998), 180 pp. $73.50 cloth. this bottom-up approach from analyzed ex- perience results in a more accurate account. Of course, anecdotal evidence from stakeholders may be in uenced by their lead- , , , , HENRY WASSER ership role in the accomplished changes. The most utilized words for current and Clark, however, maintains that his move per- future universities are entrepreneurial, enter- mits his prose to be an effective compromise prise and innovative. This timely work by one between generalized concepts and institutional of the leading comparative higher education individuality. analysts selects the bluntest and most compre- Attacking academics dominating collegial hensive wording. Indeed the theme of en- structures, Clark holds them responsible for trepreneurial universities, book and author, slowing the gears of the innovative institutions dominated the biannual OECD/IMHE Year that are responding to the challenge of nding 2000 conference in Paris. new sources

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Published: Aug 1, 2001

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