Year 2019, Volume 2, Issue 1, Pages 25 - 34 2019-04-30

The Conceptual Framework of the Entrepreneurial University
Girişimci Üniversite’nin Kavramsal Çerçevesi

Orkun Yıldız [1]

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Unemployment has been a significant problem for centuries. The value of human labor has been decreasing in many sectors due to globalization and technological developments taking place in the 21st century. Innovation-oriented initiatives and entrepreneurs have gained increasing importance for dealing with unemployment and increasing human power on a global scale. Thus, a need for making changes to the university design in which the main focus is on teaching and research has emerged. “The entrepreneurial university model”, which is featured in the Triple Helix Model and helps redefine university-industry and state relationships has been created as a response to this need. The purpose of this review study is to present fundamental information about the conceptual framework of the entrepreneurial university and properties that universities need to have in order to be labeled as an entrepreneurial university. This study, which is one of the few studies that examine the conceptual and developmental features of the entrepreneurial university model, provides readers with a review on the evolution of university-industry-state relationship and insights into several theoretical issues and political orientations. 

Yüzyıllardır işsizlik küresel boyutta mücadele edilen bir problemdir. 21. Yüzyılda küreselleşme ve teknolojinin hızlı gelişimiyle birlikte birçok sektörde insan emeğinin değeri azalmaktadır. İşsizlikle başa çıkabilmek ve istihdam gücünü küresel düzeyde arttırabilmek için yenilik odaklı girişimler ve girişimciler önem teşkil etmektedir. Bu yüzden de, sadece eğitim ve öğretim veya araştırma faaliyeti gerçekleştirmeye yönelik üniversite kurgulamasına yönelik değişim ihtiyacı doğmuştur. Triple Helix modelinde yer alan Üniversite-Sanayi ve Devlet ilişkisinin yeniden tanımlanmasını sağlayan “Girişimci Üniversite Modeli” de bu ihtiyaç doğrultusunda geliştirilmiştir. Bir derleme ve politika araştırması olan bu çalışmanın amacı, girişimci üniversiteye yönelik kavramsal tanımlama bilgilerini ve girişimci üniversite olabilmek için sahip olunması gereken yeterlilikleri dört farklı kıtadaki gelişmeleri dikkate alarak sunmaktır. Bu araştırma kapsamında bazı teorik bulgular ve politik yönelimler paylaşılmaktadır. Bunlardan ilki, girişimci üniversitelerin yükseköğretim evrimsel süreci içerisinde en son aşamada yer almasıdır. Ayrıca, girişimci üniversite modelinin temelini oluşturan üniversite-sanayi-devlet ilişkisindeki yapının da değişme evriminde olduğu bulgusu araştırma sonucunda keşfedilmiştir. Çalışma, “Girişimci Üniversite Modeli ”ne yönelik kavramsal ve gelişim sürecini irdeleyen az sayıda çalışma arasında yerini almaktadır. 

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Primary Language tr
Subjects Social
Journal Section Original Article
Authors

Author: Orkun Yıldız (Primary Author)
Institution: IZMIR BAKIRCAY UNIVERSITY
Country: Turkey


Dates

Publication Date: April 30, 2019

Bibtex @research article { uad490926, journal = {Üniversite Araştırmaları Dergisi}, issn = {}, eissn = {2636-7459}, address = {Durmuş GÜNAY}, year = {2019}, volume = {2}, pages = {25 - 34}, doi = {10.32329/uad.490926}, title = {Girişimci Üniversite’nin Kavramsal Çerçevesi}, key = {cite}, author = {Yıldız, Orkun} }
APA Yıldız, O . (2019). Girişimci Üniversite’nin Kavramsal Çerçevesi. Üniversite Araştırmaları Dergisi, 2 (1), 25-34. DOI: 10.32329/uad.490926
MLA Yıldız, O . "Girişimci Üniversite’nin Kavramsal Çerçevesi". Üniversite Araştırmaları Dergisi 2 (2019): 25-34 <http://dergipark.org.tr/uad/issue/44899/490926>
Chicago Yıldız, O . "Girişimci Üniversite’nin Kavramsal Çerçevesi". Üniversite Araştırmaları Dergisi 2 (2019): 25-34
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AMA Yıldız O . Girişimci Üniversite’nin Kavramsal Çerçevesi. Üniversite Araştırmaları Dergisi. 2019; 2(1): 25-34.
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