University of Technology Sydney
This study identifies key articles and themes within the past decade of literature. To do so, this study employs a computationally assistedbibliometic analysis of the literature to extract key themes related to the entrepreneurial university. A corpus consisting of 1,545 articles across 380 journals was created using keyword searches in Scopus, Web of Science and Google Scholar. Keywords included the ‘traditional’ keywords from Rothaermel et al. (2007) as well as ‘contemporary’ keywords from Wright, Seigel and Mustar (2017).
Using word co-occurrence analysis on the entire corpus, a list of the top 100 keywords and their semantic networks was generated. These keywords were distilled to a pathfinder network that concisely presents a hierarchy of themes within the literature, which were then grouped into 7 macro-themes. The network map of these themes helps cut through the rhetoric of what might constitute an entrepreneurial university, hopefully leading to more fruitful debates about what the role of the university in society is.
|Time:||6:00 pm - 7:30 pm|
|Location:||UTS Maths Grid Room CB04.05.430,
Room 430, Level 5, Building 4, University of Technology,