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Keywords: higher education; universities; industrial strategy; growth; innovation
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Abstract:The UK’s higher education sector is a source of national strength with the potential to contribute to all areas of the government’s industrial strategy. Anna Valero and colleagues review the evidence on how the positive economic effects of universities on individuals and the economy can be maximised.
CentrePiece 23 (3) Autumn2018 pages: 9-13
This article summarises ‘Universities and Industrial Strategy in the UK: Review of Evidence and Implications for Policy’, by Ghazala Azmat, Richard Murphy, Anna Valero and Gill Wyness, CEP Industrial Strategy Paper No. 6, October 2018
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