The Entrepreneurial Dimensions of Transnational Education
Transnational education is a growing trend in higher education that decouples learning from the location of the awarding institution. However, few studies of entrepreneurial universities have considered entrepreneurial universities in the context of the changing geographic landscape of education. This chapter examines the entrepreneurial dimensions of transnational education using empirical evidence from a transnational partnership between De Montfort University and Niels Brock Copenhagen Business College. The authors conclude that the commercialization of knowledge through transnational education requires processes and interactions that foster regional development and thus have implications for social and economic development.
Citation : Eatmon, T.D., Granger, R.C., Abrantes, B.F., Forsberg, C. (2020) The Entrepreneurial Dimensions of Transnational Education. In: Daniel, A.D., Teixeira, A.A.C., Preto, M.T. (Eds.) Examining the Role of Entrepreneurial Universities in Regional Development. Hershey: IGI Global.
ISBN : 9781799801740
Research Institute : Centre for Enterprise and Innovation (CEI)
Peer Reviewed : Yes