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Doing the knowledge

In a follow up article to schools' funding (AJ 1.5.03), we look at university funding and the knowledge economy A new wave of change is sweeping through British universities, with talk of the knowledge economy bringing a commercial face to the stereotypical view of ivory towered academia. As Tony Blair has said, 'in the knowledge economy, entrepreneurial universities will be as important as entrepreneurial businesses, the one fostering the other'.

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