The quintuple helix in action in Africa and Asia: the SUEUAA project

Houston, M. , Osborne, M. and Neary, J. (2021) The quintuple helix in action in Africa and Asia: the SUEUAA project. Journal of Interdisciplinary Academic Research, 4(1), (doi: 10.32476/e612bd05-883f-415b-8590-d722b21b79c1)

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Abstract

This article explores the role of universities and their engagement in selected Asian and African cities; and, the ways in which they contribute to developing sustainable cities in the context of the major social, cultural, environmental and economic challenges facing the global south. Drawing on multiple approaches to gathering data in six case-study cities, SUEUAA (Strengthening Urban Engagement of Universities in Africa and Asia) seeks to strengthen the capacity of universities to contribute to city resilience. The paper is structured in two parts: the first provides an overview of existing engagement initiatives beginning with the framework of the triple helix model and the entrepreneurial university, moving through the quadruple helix model and the civic university to the introduction of the quintuple helix which includes both the environment and also a more explicit focus on issues of sustainability; the second provides an international cross-comparative thematic analysis related to the challenges of migration, gender, the environment, the economy and current engagement policy.

Item Type:Articles
Status:Published
Refereed:Yes
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Houston, Dr Muir and Osborne, Professor Michael and Neary, Dr Joanne
Authors: Houston, M., Osborne, M., and Neary, J.
College/School:College of Social Sciences > School of Education
College of Social Sciences > School of Social and Political Sciences
Journal Name:Journal of Interdisciplinary Academic Research
Publisher:Academic Research Centre
ISSN:2617-2968
ISSN (Online):2617-2976
Copyright Holders:Copyright © 2021 The Authors
First Published:First published in Journal of Interdisciplinary Academic Research 4(1)
Publisher Policy:Reproduced under a Creative Commons License

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