In their new paper, Federica Rossi and Abhijit Sengupta analyse what kinds of interventions are associated with greater diversification, or conversely greater specialization, in universities’ knowledge exchange profiles.
In a piece of research for The National Centre for Academic and Cultural Exchange (NCACE), Federica Rossi, Valentina Rizzoli and Emily Hopkins have sought to take advantage of the information available from the 2021 Knowledge Exchange Framework (KEF) exercise, in order to provide a more comprehensive picture of HEIs’ engagement with the arts and cultural sector.
Dr Abhijit Sengupta, Dr Andrea Filippetti and Dr Alex Chaix shared insight in this panel discussion, chaired by the CIMR’s Dr Federica Rossi.
On Wednesday 13 March 2019, Birkbeck’s Centre for Innovation Management Research (CIMR) hosted a research workshop exploring international evidence on … More
Knowledge exchange interactions between universities and business and community stakeholders feature prominently in the current academic and policy discourse. This … More
In a recent article, Federica Rossi and Valentina Goglio (Studies in Higher Education, 2018) discuss the economic impact of university … More