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A Research Agenda for the Entrepreneurial Universityav Ulla Hytti1456
Elgar Research Agendas outline the future of research in a given area. Leading scholars are given the space to explore their subject in provocative ways, and map out the potential directions of travel. They are relevant but also visionary. This far-reaching Research Agenda highlights the main features of entrepreneurial university research over the two decades since the concept was first introduced, and examines how technological, environmental and social changes will affect future research questions and themes. It revisits existing research that tends to adopt either an idealised or a sceptical view of the entrepreneurial university, arguing for further investigation and the development of bridges between these two strands. Offering insights into both mainstream and critical approaches, top international scholars discuss a wide range of studies from various analytical and methodological perspectives. Contributions envision the future development of the 'alternative entrepreneurial university', creating space for more localised and contextualised institutions that can be both responsive to the needs of their societies and proactive in shaping them. Academics and practitioners interested in the entrepreneurial university will find this forward-looking Research Agenda to be crucial reading. It will also be beneficial for PhD researchers in framing key directions and questions for future research.
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'From an academic point of view, entrepreneurial universities are still an emergent area in the field of entrepreneurship. This book, written by a group of scholars at the leading edge on this topic, is offering new and fresh research perspectives. I found interest in every piece of research; however, I would recommend paying greater attention to those chapters taking a critical stance toward the phenomenon and those discussing the challenges and opportunities entrepreneurial universities might meet in the digital era.' -- Alain Fayolle, University of Cagliari, Italy 'This important new book not only makes crystal clear the key role played by an entrepreneurial university in driving economic performance, it also paves a pioneering path directing research and thought leadership on how best to create, develop and sustain an entrepreneurial university. The book transcends both disciplinary boundaries and conventional thinking in forging an important new research area.' -- David B. Audretsch, Indiana University, US
Edited by Ulla Hytti, Professor of Entrepreneurship, Department of Management and Entrepreneurship, University of Turku, Finland
Contents: 1 Introduction: navigating the frontiers of entrepreneurial university research 1 Ulla Hytti 2 An alternative entrepreneurial university? 7 Karin Berglund, Anna Alexandersson, Marina Jogmark and Malin Tillmar 3 The societally entrepreneurial university 29 Karen Verduijn and Ida Sabelis 4 Entrepreneurial universities in post-Soviet countries 43 Rita Kasa, Mari Elken and Anders Paalzow 5 Orchestrating affect at the entrepreneurial university 67 Saija Katila, Ari Kuismin, Pikka-Maaria Laine and Anu Valtonen 6 Agent or principal? A discursive and rhetorical approach to changing stakeholder relations in the entrepreneurial university 85 Miira Niska and Kari Mikko Vesala 7 Entrepreneurial university business models: core drivers, challenges and consequences 103 James A. Cunningham and Kristel Miller 8 Calling for student engagement in an entrepreneurial university 129 Katja Lahikainen, Kati Peltonen, Lenita Hietanen and Elena Oikkonen 9 The entrepreneurial university in the digital era: looking into teaching challenges and new higher education trends 143 Maribel Guerrero and David Urbano 10 Sources of science and power: emerging organizational forms and professions in the entrepreneurial university 169 Jarrett B. Warshaw 11 Between academia and business: research agenda for acapreneurship 189 Andrew Creed, Jarna Heinonen and Ambika Zutshi 12 Relationship development patterns of university-based start-ups 207 Lise Aaboen, Anna Dubois and Leena Aarikka-Stenroos 13 Research spin-offs and their role within the entrepreneurial university in the digital age: a framework for future research from Italian case studies 229 Elisa Salvador, Raffaella Manzini, Andrea Urbinati, Gloria Puliga and Valentina Lazzarotti Index 251