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Saad, M. ed; Guermat, C.; Brodie, L. (2015)
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Languages: English
Types: Article
This paper acknowledges the role of the higher education system (HES) in the production of knowledge and human capital. However, most of the literature attributes this production to the second (research activities) and third (exploitation of teaching and research activities) mission. This paper proposes to investigate the under explored role of the first mission (teaching) of HES in the production of national innovation.
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