This synthesis, commissioned by the ESRC and RCUK's Research Careers and Diversity Unit, reviews what is currently known about the career choices of students who have completed their PhDs. PDF available to download
Amanda Bullough, Ph.D., is assistant professor of global entrepreneurship and leadership at Thunderbird School of Global Management in Glendale, Arizona. She is academic director of the Goldman Sachs 10000 Women ...
This study, built on a growing pool of academic research about the state of industry-university collaboration, offers concrete lessons and recommendations from experienced managers on both sides of the divide.
This book is divided in three sections: The Psychology of Entrepreneurship; Academia and Entrepreneurship; Macro Effects of Entrepreneurship. It explores the psychology of entrepreneurship, the entrepreneurial intention, ...
‘What Do PhDs Do?’ (WDPD?) is the first ever analysis of the official first destination statistics of PhD graduates in the UK. It shows clear evidence of the broad appeal of a PhD and other doctoral qualifications to employers across the labour market. (2004)
Patents are a relatively tiny conduit of knowledge transfer compared to the firehose of what's called “open science” — published papers, conferences and interpersonal relationships. Other active channels are graduating ...
WHAT would you think of a nation that had a really successful area of activity but so regulated and constrained the activity that its full potential was not realised, and its competitive position was threatened?
A few months ago, free online courses from prestigious universities were a rarity. Now, they are the cause for announcements every few weeks, as a field suddenly studded with big-name colleges and competing software platforms evolves with astonishing speed.
Paul Coughlan and Ruth Kearney: The Innovation Academy at Trinity College Dublin -Facilitating University-Industry Collaboration Anne Katrin Werenskiold: ERA Working Group: Academic-Industrial Collaboration in H2020 ...
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