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2019 | 42 | nr 2 Numer specjalny. Teoria i praktyka przedsiębiorczości - aktualne trendy i przyszłe kierunki | 15--26
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Redesigning the Ivory Tower : Academic Entrepreneurship as a New Calling Supporting Economic Growth

Warianty tytułu
Restrukturyzacja wieży z kości słoniowej. Przedsiębiorczość akademicka jako nowe wyzwanie wspierające wzrost gospodarczy
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Abstrakty
Ulepszanie rynków gospodarczych chroni rentowność firm lub organizacji oraz społeczeństwa, w których one działają. Innowacyjna przedsiębiorczość odgrywa istotną rolę w promowaniu krajów oraz w ich rozwoju gospodarczym. Dlatego młode pokolenie powinno otrzymać odpowiednią wiedzę, pomagającą rozwijać odpowiednie kompetencje. Trzon przedsiębiorczości stanowi przedsiębiorczość akademicka, która kształtuje młodsze pokolenia i może przyczyniać się do stałego doskonalenia i transferu technologii. Może to mieć pozytywny wpływ na lokalny wzrost gospodarczy. Niniejszy artykuł analizuje znaczenie przedsiębiorczości akademickiej, dostarczając przeglądu aktualnych trendów i perspektyw na przyszłość. Należy zainicjować współpracę pomiędzy nauczycielami, różnymi podmiotami gospodarczymi, zainteresowanymi stronami i organizacjami społeczności lokalnej, która będzie miała strategiczne znaczenie dla rozwoju gospodarczego. Uniwersytet musi się zmienić, aby poradzić sobie ze zmianami w społeczeństwie i przyczynić się do rozwoju firm zorientowanych na technologię, mających znaczenie w kształtowaniu lokalnego, krajowego i międzynarodowego wzrostu gospodarczego. (abstrakt oryginalny)
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Innovation in the world of markets safeguards the viability of the companies or the organizations and the society within which they operate. Entrepreneurship's role is significant in the promotion and economic development of countries and it is the young generation who should be given adequate knowledge to develop competent skills. The core of entrepreneurship may be found at academic entrepreneurship that moulds younger generations and may contribute to innovation and technology transfer. This may have positive effects on local economic growth. This paper examines the significance of academic entrepreneurship providing an overview of current trends and future outlook. Synergies need to be initiated between educators, different actors, stakeholders and organizations from local community which is strategic for economic development. The university needs to change in order to cope with the changes in society and in order to be able to contribute to the development of technology-oriented companies with economic consequences on local, national and international economic growth. (original abstract)
Twórcy
  • NCSR Demokritos, Athens, Greece
  • University of West Attica, Athens, Greece
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