Economic theories of the market and public goods in the evaluation and method for HEIF.
Next steps for the knowledge exchange (KE) framework
The hard facts on UK university performance from the McMillan review.
Reflections on the McMillan group review of good practice in technology transfer.
UK universities are following US examples to develop new approaches to technology financing, as part of entrepreneurial eco-systems.
Stanford University’s Dr Kathy Ku is at the cutting edge of university technology transfer. She flew in to share good practice with us and UK technology transfer experts.
International experience tells us that knowledge exchange won’t thrive in a copycat culture. Instead, universities need to forge their own unique family ties.
How the McMillan group on technology transfer supports a culture of continuous improvement in university knowledge exchange.
Evaluation evidence shows that HEFCE funding for knowledge exchange has delivered for the economy and society, and could achieve even more in the future.
Higher education is central to national productivity – but different approaches will be needed for different economic sectors.