Universities in innovation policy-design: a review of the participation of external actors in the policy process for the creation of public value

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Abstract

Universities, within the framework of the third mission, have thus been able to reach out to other spheres, occupy spaces of governance and exert agency in regional planning. Some studies have identified this intensifying link with the government and the consequent shaping of policies (Gunasekara, 2006c; Rodrigues & Melo, 2013). That is why a closer look at the roots of this linkage in public participation and planning theory may be so interesting to analyse.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBarcelona
Number of pages26
Publication statusPublished - 3 Nov 2017

Keywords

  • universities
  • public policy
  • public value
  • regional development
  • participation

Projects

RUNIN: The Role of Universities in Innovation and Regional Development

Fonseca, L.

1/10/1631/08/20

Project: Projects from Previous Employment

Prizes

IND+I Science 2017

Fonseca, Liliana (Recipient), 8 Feb 2018

Prize: Prize (including medals and awards)

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