University Governance and Scientific Innovation

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Title: University Governance and Scientific Innovation
Alternative Title: Governance of Universities and Scientific Innovation
Author: Braun, Dietmar
Abstract: In this article the tension between the tendency of scientific disciplines to diversify on the one hand and capacities of universities to give new scientific fields an institutional home is tackled. The assumption is that new scientific fields must find support among scientists and cognitive units of universities in order to be included.
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Type: Proceedings
Date: 2011-09-17
Contributor: Université de Lausanne. Institut d’études politiques et internationales
Relation: ACSIP11. Structure
Publisher: Georgia Institute of Technology
Subject: Governance
Scientific fields
Scientific innovation

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