Universities willing to invest heavily in opening themselves to the public may find long-term rewards
The core industry of city states in a globalised world?
A few weeks ago I was honoured to chair a panel session in Lisbon on city strategies for talent attraction, bringing together speakers from Portugal, Italy and Germany. In my opening remarks I picked three traits of cities that successfully attract talent. Because all three rely on cooperation with universities, these are also the traits […]
Universities can position themselves as integral to parts of the debate where their inclusion is less obvious
Universities meet education and skills needs, but are also local development actors in their own right. In Ghana they can play an important role in both
By seeing campuses as ‘cities in microcosm’ the development of smart infrastructure can lead to closer working between universities and local leaders
Universities are brokers and coordinators and ideas machines and leaders at a time when decision making is becoming more local