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UNIVERSITY PLACE

How Universities Became Economic Engines - Ep. 711

  • Aired: 03/30/2012
  • 41:52
  • Rating: TV-G
Elizabeth Popp Berman, an assistant professor in the Department of Sociology at the State University at Albany, SUNY and Sheila Slaughter, the McBee Professor at the Institute of Higher Education at the University of Georgia discuss, from an historical perspective, the scientific research branch of the university and its role in the economy.
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Elizabeth Popp Berman and Sheila Slaughter discuss university research and the economy.
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