Apples and Oranges | GenomeWeb

Apples and Oranges

Andrés Bernasconi at Chile's Universidad Andrés Bello says in Inside Higher Ed there are several ways in which most academics differ from the business executives they must often imitate "at times of increasing entrepreneurialism in universities." Though he acknowledges that "some academics are … shrewd business persons when it comes to profitably linking their research or consulting work to the needs of industry," most are less inclined to participate in such

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