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Learning to Compete in European Universities: From Social Institution to Knowledge Business Stockholm 12 of June Enrico Deiaco & Maureen McKelvey. Under threat of change. The AutoUni. Building on SMITH (1776). The division of labour is limited by the extent of market

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Learning to Compete in European Universities: From Social Institution to Knowledge Business

Stockholm 12 of June

Enrico Deiaco & Maureen McKelvey

building on smith 1776
Building on SMITH (1776)
  • The division of labour is limited by the extent of market
  • When the size of the market increases, division of labour becomes more convenient and with division of labour come specialisation, increasing returns and differentation from others
  • This is totally new for many national systems. Many government (and universities are unprepared to manage this change)
from social institutions to knowledge business
From Social Institutions to Knowledge Business

1. More like firms

  • European universities will be pushed to behave more like firms
2 flexibility better outcomes
2. Flexibility => better outcomes
  • The universities and HEIs which are able to act more flexibly to the changing national institutional contexts as well as international movement in people and resources will do better in the current period.
3 large resource base wins
3. Large resource base wins
  • The universities that can create a sufficient resource base which they over time recombine to reach and leverage new research and educational opportunities will become the future winners.
4 dynamics of sector entry exit alliances
4. Dynamics of sector – Entry / exit / alliances
  • The university sector as a whole will become more dynamic.
5 diverse and specialized
5. Diverse and specialized
  • The university structure in Europe will remain and possibly intensify a diverse institutional context, with diverse populations of universities, colleges and HEIs.
6 national protection
6. National Protection
  • National contexts may mitigate the severity of these outcomes, even if pan-European trends push towards broader ‘rules of the game’ and ‘level playing fields’ for all organizations.
what does the research tell us
What does the research tell us?
  • Andrea Bonaccorsi, professor, University of Pisa

‘Division of academic labour is limited by the size of the market’

  • Luke Georghiou, professor, University of Manchester

‘Strategy to Join the Elite: Merger and the 2015 Agenda’

  • Francesco Lissoni, assoc. prof, University of Brescia and CESPRI, Bocconi University

’Academic Patenting in Europe: Evidence on France, Italy from the KEINS database’

debate forum
Debate forum

Panel 1: Insights from the university perspective

  • Strategy? Failure? What change internally? 5-10 years in future?

Panel 2: Insights from public policy & institutions

  • Integration & trade-offs? Reforms? Unintended consequences? Global liberalisation of education market?
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