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Ghent University Technology Park: from a Local Initiative towards an Essential Component of the Ghent Knowledge Innovation Ecosystem
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  • Journal title : World Technopolis Review
  • Volume 4, Issue 2,  2015, pp.104-116
  • Publisher : World Technopolis Association
  • DOI : 10.7165/wtr2015.4.2.104
 Title & Authors
Ghent University Technology Park: from a Local Initiative towards an Essential Component of the Ghent Knowledge Innovation Ecosystem
Bil, Johan; Moens, Luc; Buerman, Thomas;
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 Abstract
Using the case of the Ghent University and its Technology Park, we will illustrate how changing policies and practices at the level of the university concerning research valorization have an impact on our science park. We will also demonstrate how the evolving nature of our science park has a clear impact on the university, as the science park becomes more and more an integral part of the university knowledge eco-system. We will also highlight the involvement of Ghent University in the Korea Songdo Global University Campus Project.
 Keywords
Knowledge innovation ecosystem;Valorization;Entrepreneurship and creativity;
 Language
English
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