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61. 3.4.11. Analysis and Conclusion
(3 Case-Studies/3.4. Case-Study UOC)
...ined with an un-clear responsibility distribution schema that has been observed to fosters the necessity for political negotiation processes. In the absence of clear rules, ones relative position in t...

62. 3.4.10. Unique Strange Attractors
(3 Case-Studies/3.4. Case-Study UOC)
.... He has been asked by the former rector to work with the UOC in early 2000 and has been a central figure in political and research related questions.  His role as a stakeholder and influencer ha...

63. 3.4.9. Rival Explanations
(3 Case-Studies/3.4. Case-Study UOC)
...rid are relinquished in exchange for a more federated system. Catalonia as a region is definitely one of the political powers leading this process (as is the Basque Country etc).   ...

64. 3.4.7. Internet Use
(3 Case-Studies/3.4. Case-Study UOC)
...ss until a certain positive threshold is reached, a suitable ‘live’ test can be arranged and the political climate is assessed to be adequately suitable. New technology like wikis and blog...

65. 3.4.6. Knowledge Entrepreneurship
(3 Case-Studies/3.4. Case-Study UOC)
...iness potential has to established. The decision usually lies with the dean of the program but it is a joint political decision in actual practice. As said, new projects in the area of internet ...

66. 3.4.5. Condition
(3 Case-Studies/3.4. Case-Study UOC)
...adership of the UOC had a rather patriarchal and authoritative style. Resulting from his experience with the political university system and internal university practices, Ferraté first created...

67. 3.4.4. IT Setting
(3 Case-Studies/3.4. Case-Study UOC)
...s. The project is substantially financed by the Catalonian government, which was formative in its  long political anamnesis. In spite of the important role technology has played in the func...

68. 3.4.3. Setting & Typology
(3 Case-Studies/3.4. Case-Study UOC)
...r Sciences and Multi-Media, 8 thousand are in psychology and Educational Sciences, 6 thousand are in Law and Political Sciences, 4 thousand are in Humanities and Languages, while the rest are enrolled...

69. 3.4.2. History
(3 Case-Studies/3.4. Case-Study UOC)
...mme, was setup by the Extensio Tecnica Professional. UOC was founded in the context of a re-emergence of the political and economic autonomy of Catalunya. In 1994 Jordi Pujol, Catalunya’s long t...

70. 3.4.1. Overview
(3 Case-Studies/3.4. Case-Study UOC)
...struggles resulting from entrepreneurial ventures into the private education business, UOC decided to form a political alliance with other regional universities to solicit local government funding for...

71. 3.3.12. Unique Strange Attractors
(3 Case-Studies/3.3._Case–Study_UPC)
...it has setup and is coordinating various local multi-stakeholder clusters, bringing together private sector, political and academic specialists. I2CAT is a good example of how an institution dedi...

72. 3.3.11. Rival Explanations
(3 Case-Studies/3.3._Case–Study_UPC)
... the centre of Madrid is replaced by a more federated system. Catalonia as a region is definitely one of the political powers leading this process.   3.3.11.2.    Lo...

73. 3.3.7. Condition
(3 Case-Studies/3.3._Case–Study_UPC)
...p UPC is a very democratic institution and the leadership team is elected every four years on the basis of political programs.  However, even once elected, the leadership team finds itself conf...

74. 3.3.5. IT History and Approach
(3 Case-Studies/3.3._Case–Study_UPC)
...the creation of the innovation team he concludes that 20% of his work is technological and 80% is social and political. ------------------------------------------- [i] Which has become a se...

75. 3.3.1. Overview
(3 Case-Studies/3.3._Case–Study_UPC)
...preneurship. After having just finished the consolidation phase following a period of constant change in the political environment, the UPC has now identified and accepted the challenge to reorganize ...

76. 3.2.11. Analysis and conclusion
(3 Case-Studies/3.2. Case-Study FU Berlin)
...t environment at the FU is the lack of funds . It is a typical example of state regress (economically caused political liberalism) from educational responsibilities. The result is more effective and m...

77. 3.2.10. Unique Strange Attractors
(3 Case-Studies/3.2. Case-Study FU Berlin)
...g (speculation) and embezzlement emptied the city’s treasury and caused high instability. The restless political fluctuations caused the fourfold replacement of the senator for Culture and Educa...

78. 3.2.9. Rival Explanations
(3 Case-Studies/3.2. Case-Study FU Berlin)
...n the university (see below). This national initiative is the first of its kind and can be seen as an act of political entrepreneurship from the ministry of education, which intends to play more decis...

79. 3.2.8. FU Position (Institutional Results)
(3 Case-Studies/3.2. Case-Study FU Berlin)
... for individual entrepreneurial initiatives result in a degree of financial autonomy from the state, and are politically craved, having already been implemented in co-operations with BMW, Schering, Si...

80. 3.2.5. Condition
(3 Case-Studies/3.2. Case-Study FU Berlin)
...ional, ‘effective’ leadership has become the norm. The president has a rather strategic and political focus, representing and lobbying for the university. Internally, the chief admini...

81. 3.2.2. History
(3 Case-Studies/3.2. Case-Study FU Berlin)
...already formed around students began to intensify their lobbying for the foundation of a propaganda-free and politically-independent university in the western sectors. After weeks of fomenting, the Am...

82. 3.2.1. Overview
(3 Case-Studies/3.2. Case-Study FU Berlin)
...easures in the “realm of exigency” (FU chancellor and management 35). Only very recently, as the political orders are fully implemented, has the institution witnessed new competitive inspi...

83. 3.1.11. Analysis and conclusion
(3 Case-Studies/3.1. Case-Study LSE)
...ore, the LSE has well developed sensors for change as well as opportunities - particularly in the national - political context because of its research is focused on the understanding of the political ...

84. 3.1.9. Rival Explanations
(3 Case-Studies/3.1. Case-Study LSE)
...andwiched between the BBC World Service building and the Royal Courts of Justice, the LSE is directly in the political and communicative mix of the British government and media.  This location an...

85. 3.1.5. Condition
(3 Case-Studies/3.1. Case-Study LSE)
...sor Anthony Giddens, an outstanding sociologist, who during his time as LSE director developed an innovative political direction named the ‘third way’ (Giddens, 1998), Davies has a clearly...

86. 3.1.3. Setting & Typology
(3 Case-Studies/3.1. Case-Study LSE)
... departments and 5 research institutions. Naturally by far the two most developed subjects are economics and political sciences, which are taken (at least partially) by the majority of LSE students. ...

87. 3.1.2. History
(3 Case-Studies/3.1. Case-Study LSE)
Founded in 1895 by the socialist Fabian Society, the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) was created with the aim to contribute to the betterment of society (LSE web1). The foundi

88. 3.1.1. Overview
(3 Case-Studies/3.1. Case-Study LSE)
The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) has managed to emerge as a globally leading research institution and a talent breeding ground based on inspired (knowledge) entrepreneurship.

89. 2.3.2. Interpretative Framework
(2 Research Methodology/2.3. Case Studies)
...external to the university system, the local and national environment are reviewed here. Hereby economic and political conditions are taken into account on a relatively broad and superficial basis, wh...

90. 2.3.1. Case Study Method & Design
(2 Research Methodology/2.3. Case Studies)
...anscribe interviews on operative level b.    Conduct and transcribe interviews on strategic/political level 4.    Phase III (Analysis & Writing Up) a. ...