Travelling and embedded policy: the case of knowledge transfer

@inproceedings{Ozga2006TravellingAE,
  title={Travelling and embedded policy: the case of knowledge transfer},
  author={Jenny Ozga and Robert Leslie Jones},
  year={2006}
}
Knowledge transfer (KT) has entered the higher education arena in the UK as the ‘third sector’ of higher education activity—along with research and teaching. Its antecedents lie in the commercialization and technology transfer of the late 1980s and 1990s, and this business‐like orientation remains dominant in the KT policy discourse. This paper explores the extent to which policy for KT may be understood both as ‘travelling’ policy shaped by globalizing trends in pursuit of successful… CONTINUE READING

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