Anabela S.S. Queirós

Anabela S.S. Queirós
University of Aveiro | UA · Department of Social, Political and Territorial Sciences

Msc. in Economics | PhD student

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Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) play a crucial role in knowledge society by providing and disseminating knowledge. In this regard, academics have been encouraged to collaborate with society, leading to the emergence of new modes of knowledge production. Several institutional and individual factors have been identified as determinants of the ac...
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In the context of transformation of the higher education landscape by Knowledge Society imperatives, there is an increase in academics’ external engagement, especially in the fields of hard sciences. This trend is noticeable in various European countries with different higher education models, but rather limited knowledge in understanding the gener...
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Under the Knowledge Society narratives, the European Innovation Policy has been promoting the collaboration between universities and industry, government, media-based and culture-based public and civil society (Carayannis & Campbell, 2019). In this context, the mission of universities, considered as core knowledge institutions, has been challenged...
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The so-called knowledge society and knowledge economy can be interpreted as a meta-narrative or as a governance tool to accomplish European integration. A chronological analysis of the emergence of knowledge society/economy as a governance tool remit us to the Lisbon Council and to the subsequent creation of the European Research Area (ERA) at the...
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Human capital is identified as one of the main determinants of economic growth and plays an important role in the technological progress of countries. Nevertheless, existing studies have to some extent neglected the importance of human capital in the growth process via the interaction it can have with a country’s industrial specialization. Addition...

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