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23 Feb 2006 – 1. Jiao Tong Ranking of World–Class Universities and the Chinese University Policy. Introduction by. Bertrand Bellon (University Paris Sud) ...

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Monday February 23rd, 2006, IFRI
Jiao Tong Ranking of World–Class Universities and the Chinese University Policy
Introduction by BertrandBellon(University Paris Sud)
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sit , Shang hai
Director, Office of Planning and Institute of Higher Education (since 1999) Director, Center for World-Class Universities EDUCATIONPh.D. (Polymer Science and Engineering), Queens University at Kingston, Canada, 1992. Training : Chemistry in Lanzhou University, China, 1985
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The third step of a discussion : CONFERENCES OF PROFESSOR LIU
Monday Feb 20th Université Paris-Sud à Orsay Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU)
TUESDAY FEB 21st (ADIS)Faculté Jean Monnet à Sceaux "The University Rankings methodologies and results". Discussion : Michel ZITT (INRA, OST). 3
RANKING AS A SPECIFIC WAY TO POSITION A UNIVERSITY 3 complex approaches (FutuRIS, OST, PRIME…) THE SYSTEMIC APPROACH « Macro » studies, with general historical perspective. Nelson : a framework for newPartha Dasgutpa and Paul David + Lundwall + economics of science“NATIONAL SYSTEMS OF INNOVATION”
THE RANKING APPROACH Evaluation of the level of « excellence »of universities based on SCIENTOMETRIC BENCHMARKING, onPATENTSanalysis and on UNIVERSITY-INDUSTRY RELATIONS.
THE GOVERNANCE APPROACH Growing issues on organisation of research activities, strategies of universities (multiple connected issues : laboratories and research centres vs teaching departments, interdisciplinary vs disciplinary organisations, allocation and rewarding mechanisms ...). STAKEHOLDERS :Henry Etzkowitz and Loet Leydesdorff :the Triple Helix Concept for the structuration of government, academia and industry relations (2000). 4
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Definition of World Class University and what does mean being a World class University ?
What are the main output of the 3Jao Tong Universityranking already issued ? What are the next steps into this process ?
WHY THE CHINESE UNIVERSITIES NEEDED A RANKING AND NOT OTHER POSITIONNING INSTRUMENT ?
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CHINESE UNIVERSITIES POSITION AND EVOLUTION What are the findings regarding the Chinese university performances ? What are the dominant evolutions of Chinese university ? What are the main dimensions of governance regarding : Autonomy and strategic capacity Attractiveness Specialization / Differentiation Embedding in the environment Ranking and/or Benchmarking 6
UNIVERSITY - ENTERPRISE RELATIONS IN CHINA
LINKAGES and their evolution COOPERATION – COMPETITION STRUCTURE OF R/D INCOME AND EXPENDITURES – Incentives to cooperate PUBLIC POLICIES : Universities Science Parks ; Patents ; Technology Transfer Policies …
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