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Réflexions sur la nature entrepreneuriale des universités

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  • Hervé Goy

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Les transformations qui ont concerné l'ensemble des systèmes d'enseignement supérieur depuis plus d'un demi-siècle ont été d'une ampleur et d'une diversité sans précédents. Face à ce constat largement partagé, les travaux de recherche les plus récents en matière de modèles organisationnels pour les universités mettent en avant la nécessité, pour celles-ci, d'engager résolument un tournant entrepreneurial. Dans l'ensemble de la littérature académique qui s'intéresse depuis le début des années 1980 aux problématiques liées à l'entrepreneuriat universitaire, rien n'est dit cependant sur la façon de caractériser la nature entrepreneuriale d'une université. Partant d'une revue des travaux de recherche antérieurs sur les modes d'organisation universitaire comme sur l'entrepreneuriat organisationnel au sens plus large, ce texte vise à définir un mode opératoire pour identifier les universités résolument entrepreneuriales. Cette proposition est présentée sous l'angle d'une étape préalable à l'examen plus approfondi des pratiques et comportements entrepreneuriaux effectivement à l'œuvre en leur sein.

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  • Hervé Goy, 2012. "Réflexions sur la nature entrepreneuriale des universités," Working Papers halshs-00747675, HAL.
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    Entrepreneuriat; Université; Organisation;

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