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Public-Private Partnership: Synergy Between Higher Education Institutions And Business Or Industrial Organizations


Based on existing studies on the necessity and significance of public-private partnership. The present paper focuses on the most recent perspectives and outcomes of connecting higher education to the business community: industrial organizations development and labour market demand. It is a commonplace statement that anticipative thinking, visionary leadership and strategic management are key factors of all organizations – industrial and non-industrial – for gaining advantage on a highly competitive, unpredictable and challenging market. This holds true for both HEIs and industrial organizations which should place value on a permanent interaction among: universities (as knowledge creators and disseminators and focused on fundamental research), industry (as promoters of innovation and applied research); and society (in view of an educated and skilled citizenry). The present study highlights the benefits and outcomes of the public-private partnership and illustrating best practices in the field.

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The Impact Of Transformational Leadership On University Performance Through Knowledge And Innovation

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The Model Of Analysis And Improvement Of The Firm's Innovation Capability

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Criterial suppliers’ evaluation model aimed at SCM performance, production and engineering process’s improvement

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Knowledge transfer in the field of Supply Chain Management

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from: [Accessed: 29.10. 2015] - Dimitrova, V. (2011) Strategic management of higher education under conditions of globalization. Summary of a PhD thesis submitted to the South-West University - Blagoevgrad. Available in Bulgarian from: [Accessed 24.02.2015] - Keeling, R. (2006) The Bologna process and the Lisbon research. Agenda: the European Commission’s expanding role in higher education discourse. European Journal of

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A Transdisciplinary Approach To Business Education Throughout Family Firms As Communities Of Practice

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