Fourth generation universities and regional development

Fourth generation universities and regional development Nonpartisan Education Review

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Fourth generation universities and regional development


Bence Zuti & Miklós Lukovics

University of Szeged, Hungary


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                                                                     • Universities and competitiveness

                                                                     • The potential effects of universities on economic development

                                                                     • "Fourth Generation" universities

                                                                     • The components of an internationally successful university


Structure of the article

                                                                     • Introduction

                                                                     • 1. Competitiveness and universities

                                                                     • 2. The effects of universities regarding economic development

                                                                     • 3. The local economic and social environment of universities

                                                                     • 4. The components of a successful fourth generation university

                                                                     • 5. Conclusion


Citation: Zuti, B., & Lukovics, M. (2018). Fourth generation universities and regional development, Nonpartisan Education Review / Resources, 14(1). Retrieved [date] from http://nonpartisaneducation.org/Review/Resources/v14n1.pdf

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Citation: Zuti, B., & Lukovics, M. (2018). Fourth generation universities and regional development, Nonpartisan Education Review / Articles, 14(1). Retrieved [date] from http://nonpartisaneducation.org/Review/Articles/v14n1.pdf

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