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Higher Education, Innovation and Entrepreneurship from Comparative Perspectives : Reengineering China Through the Greater Bay Economy and Development

 2022-06-23 02:14:10     English Books    comments   11 views
Tác giảKa Ho Mok
Nhà xuất bảnSpringer Verlag, Singapore
Ngày phát hành27 May 2022
Loại bìaHardback
Số trang280 pages
Cân nặng600g
Kích thước155x235x17.53mm

This book analyzes how universities in the Greater Bay Area in South China could work together for promoting innovation-centric entrepreneurship, research and knowledge transfer, as well as establishing a leading higher education hub in China mainland. This book brings together leading scholars from history, higher education, sociology, city and urbanism, and development studies, to analyzing the role of higher education, entrepreneurship, and talent hub from historical, comparative, and international perspectives. This book also shares different development experiences of Tokyo, Florida, and New York Bay economies and how higher education has supported their success stories.

Table of contents

Introduction: The Role of Higher Education, Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Bay Areas: Challenges and Opportunities.- Chapter 1. Higher Education Human Capital in the "New York Bay Area": Historical Lessons from the City University of New York.- Chapter 2. An Empirical Study on the Correlation between University Discipline and Industrial Structure in the Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao Greater Bay Area.- Chapter 3. Operation Crisis of Private Universities in Tokyo Bay Area: Based on the Relationship among Universities, Government, and the Japanese Economy.- Chapter 4. How to Build a World-class University in Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area?.- Chapter 5. Inter-provincial Employment Mobility of Doctoral Graduates and Its Implication for the Development of Higher Education in the Greater Bay Area.- Chapter 6. Transformation of Cross-border Regional Innovation System: A Case Study of Hong Kong and Shenzhen.- Chapter 7. Beyond Innovation for Commercialization: Social Innovation and Social Entrepreneurship in Hong Kong.- Chapter 8. What Prohibits University Graduates from Becoming Entrepreneurs in Shenzhen? An Exploratory Study through Online Posts and Interviews.

About Ka Ho Mok

Professor Ka Ho Mok is Vice-President and concurrently Lam Man Tsan Chair Professor of Comparative Policy of Lingnan University. Professor Mok is no narrow disciplinary specialist but has worked creatively across the academic worlds of sociology, political science, and public and social policy while building up his wide knowledge of China and the region. Professor Mok completed his undergraduate studies in Public and Social Administration at the City University of Hong Kong in 1989 and received an M.Phil. and Ph.D. in Sociology from The Chinese University of Hong Kong in 1991 and The London School of Economics and Political Science in 1994, respectively. In addition, Professor Mok has published extensively in the fields of comparative education policy, comparative development and policy studies, and social development in contemporary China and East Asia. His recent published works have focused on comparative social development and social policy responses in the Greater China region and East Asia. He is also Founding Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Asian Public Policy and Asian Education and Development Studies as well as a Book Series Editor for Springer.