The author reveals the untapped potential of research universities for delivering and helping to apply the critical knowledge that society needs to maintain and build economic, workforce, and civic capabilities. She explores the evolution and expansion of America’s dependence on new knowledge and the importance of that knowledge as a critical resource that supports and drives virtually all social and economic progress.
Walshok, M. (1995). Knowledge without borders: What America’s research universities can do for the economy, the workplace, and the community. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.