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Degisen üniversite-sanayi isbirliginde üniversite örgütlenmesi

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  • Erkan Erdil


    (Department of Economics, Middle East Technical University)

  • M. Teoman Pamukçu


    (TEKPOL, Science and Technology Policy Studies, Middle East Technical University)

  • Semih Akçomak


    (TEKPOL, Science and Technology Policy Studies, Middle East Technical University)

  • Yelda Erden


    (TEKPOL, Science and Technology Policy Studies, Middle East Technical University)

Yüksekögretim sisteminin yeniden yapilandirilmasi 2012 yilinin çok tartisilacak konularindan birisi olmaya adaydir. Pek çok üniversite bu konudaki görüslerini, genel yapilanmanin ne sekilde olmasi gerektigi konusunda detayli bilgiler içeren raporlar vasitasiyla açiklamislardir. Bu makale gelecegin üniversite örgütlenmesine üniversite-sanayi iliskileri özelinde yaklasmaktadir. Teknolojik gelisme ve küresellesme hem üniversitenin hem de sanayinin isleyisinde köklü degisikliklere neden olmaktadir. Bu ortamda üniversite örgütlenmesi nasil olmalidir? Bu makalede yüksekögretimin yeniden yapýlandirilmasi konusundaki tartismalara katkisi olacagini düsündügümüz önerilerde bulunarak bu soruya yanit aranmaktadir. (ABSTRACT IN ENGLISH) Restructing of higher education is a strong canditate to be one of the most popular topics of 2012. Most universities in Turkey expressed their opinions by approaching the issue in a more general way. In this paper we approach from a more specific angle by focusing on university-industry relations. Technological advancement and globalization have substantial effects on the structure of the university and the industry. How should the university system be organized in such an environment? This paper answers this question by making suggestions that could be useful in the ongoing debate about restructuring of higher education in Turkey.

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Paper provided by STPS - Science and Technology Policy Studies Center, Middle East Technical University in its series STPS Working Papers with number 1201.

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Length: 31 pages
Date of creation: Apr 2012
Date of revision: Apr 2012
Handle: RePEc:met:stpswp:1201
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