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Centre for Entrepreneurship

What Impedes University-Industry Cooperation in the Domain of Entrepreneurship?

Inna Kozlinska

15 March 2012

ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND UNIVERSITY - SEARCHING HARMONY


Outline

  • Intro: the Second Academic Revolution

  • Four Pillars of Entrepreneurial University

  • Barriers to University-Industry Collaboration

  • Alternative Views & Discussion

  • Actionable Solutions


Entrepreneurial University

Missions of University on its evolutionary path:

In the Middle Ages

Nowadays… The Second Academic Revolution!

  • Preservation of knowledge

  • Transmission of knowledge

  • Economic mission

  • Social development mission

  • Intellectual Hub

  • Natural Incubator

In the 19th Century

  • A source of entrepreneurship

  • Key driver of knowledge-based economies.

  • Transition towards research function

  • The First Academic Revolution

(Etzkowitz, 2008)


Perceived positive outcomes

(Gibb et al., 2009; Wilson, 2008; S2B MRC, 2011)


The ultimate aim of higher education

To prepare students for economically viable professional life!

(i bid)


The problem & question

The present U-I environment in Europe is underdeveloped and highly fragmented.

 What are the main obstacles to cooperation of universities and companies in the domain of entrepreneurship at present?

(S2B MRC, 2011)


Four pillars

(Etzkowitz, 2008)


Academic leadership

(Wilson, 2008; Mets, 2010; S2B MRC, 2011; Katz, 2003, Euractive, 2011; EFER, 2010)


Organisational capacity

(Myravyova, 2010; O’Shea et al., 2007; Bruneel et al., 2009; Bennis & O’Toole, 2005; Drobot et al., 2009; Fillis & Rentschler, 2010; S2B MRC, 2011; ACHE, 2011)


Entrepreneurial ethos

(Myravyova, 2010; Robinson, 2006; OECD, 2011; Bennis & O’Toole, 2005; Wilson, 2008; Kabonho & McKaskey, 2011; ACHE, 2011)


Legal control

(Myravyova, 2010; Bennis & O’Toole, 2005; Nelson, 2003; Link et al., 2003; Gregorio & Shane, 2002; S2B MRC, 2011)


Extension of four pillars

  • All the barriers classified into four pillars of the EU, are concerned primarily with internally (university)-led, but also with external (businesses- or governments-led) factors, hence the meaning of four pillars is extended into external environment.


Solutions (I)


Solutions (II)

 Our present challenge is to turn barriers into drivers and benefits!


Thank you for your attention!


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