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Intellectual capital management in public universities?

Michalak, J., Krasodomska, J., Rimmel, G. ORCID:, Sort, J. and Trzmielak, D. (2017) Intellectual capital management in public universities? In: Guthrie, J., Dumay, J., Ricceri, F. and Nielsen, C. (eds.) The Routledge Companion to Intellectual Capital. Routledge. ISBN 9781138228214

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Traditional university management is closely related to what is thought of as the long-established values of universities. Traditional universities are primarily seen as communities of scholars where research, critical thought, and the dissemination of knowledge take place (Dearlove, 2002; Kok et al., 2010). Therefore, university management needs to support and promote researchers to enable fulfilment of this traditional role by, for example, focusing on promoting academic freedom and autonomy (Kok et al., 2010).

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