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Burton R. Clark
University of California, Los Angeles
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Burton R. Clark29
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(University of California, Los Angeles)
How are entrepreneurial universities initially formed and how do they sustain themselves? In Creating Entrepreneurial Universities (Pergamon-Elsevier, 1998), I traced developments in a few European universities from 1980 to 1995 to determine how they had gone about significantly changing the way they operated—how they moved to a much more proactive style. I argued that five pathways of transformation could be induced from these cases: diversified funding base; strengthened steering core; expande...
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Burton R. Clark29
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We gain insight into the emerging character of the entrepreneurial university by pursuing empirical answers to two questions: How are such universities initially formed? And how do they sustain themselves? My 1998 book, Creating Entrepreneurial Universities, used European cases to conceptualize five ‘pathways of transformation.’ My 2004 book, Sustaining Change in Universities, in search of exemplars of entrepreneurial action, turns to 14 internationally distributed case studies to clarify anew t...
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Abstract My book, Creating Entrepreneurial Universities, based on mid‐1990s research in five European universities, set forth five “pathways of transformation” by which public universities assume a highly proactive stance. On the basis of further research that tracks developments in these institutions during the late 1990s, this paper presents a conceptual transition from transformation to sustainability. How is change institutionally sustained after much transformation has taken place? Enduring...
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Burton R. Clark29
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The existing international literature on higher education centers on the transition from elite to mass higher education, the changing relationship between ...
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Chapter and section headings: List of Tables. Acknowledgments. Introduction. Pathways of Transformation. Entrepreneurial Pathways of University Transformation. Case Studies of European Innovative Universities. The Warwick Way: Transformation in an English Research University. The Twente Response: Construction of a Dutch Entrepreneurial University. The Strathclyde Phenomenon: Organizational Assertion of Useful Learning in Scotland. The Chalmers Thrust: Entrepreneurial Autonomy in the Swedish Univ...
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