Development of the Educational Environment Through the Formation of Private Corporate Universities
This article aims to analyse the experience of creating and functioning of corporate universities as a way of developing an educational environment - a component of corporate social responsibility (CSR) and an essential element of social infrastructure. This article lists the possible benefits of interaction between an individual, a corporate university and a region in the co-operation based on continuous development and education. The methodology of the narrative literature review is applied in order to achieve the above aim.(original abstract)
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