Universities and the emerging new players: building futures for higher education

  title={Universities and the emerging new players: building futures for higher education},
  author={Attila Havas},
  journal={Technology Analysis & Strategic Management},
  pages={425 - 443}
  • Attila Havas
  • Published 2009
  • Engineering, Computer Science, Economics
  • Technology Analysis & Strategic Management
  • Universities are long-established organisations, and although they have reinvented themselves several times, major reforms are needed again, underpinned by systematic prospective analyses. A novel method is needed to take into account the wide-ranging and complex factors, shaping the future of the higher education system. ‘Futures’ should be devised in a multi-level structure as the bulk of trends and driving forces are international in their nature and universities are embedded in broader… CONTINUE READING
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