regional development

Episode 55 – Bengt Johannisson – Academic entrepreneuring as a long-term commitment to regional development

The practice of ‘academic entrepreneuring’ here signifies a scholar’s innovative, integrative and persistent mode of pursuing and integrating a university’s three tasks, those of doing research, teaching students and performing outreach activities. The success of academic entrepreneuring is conditioned by the individual’s and the university’s ability to become recognized as a legitimate and trusted knowledge-creator…

Read More

Authors 33 – Sarah Dodd & Juliette Wilson – Crafting Growth

There is a re-positioning of entrepreneurship towards the sustaining, the frugal, the local, and the everyday. This poses challenges for peripheral policy work, especially around growth, at sectoral and regional levels.

Read More