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Dynamics and Challenges of Public and Private Partnership in Thai Higher Education Institutions in Promoting a Creative Society

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  • Prompilai Buasuwan
  • Bordin Rassameethes
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Part of the International and Development Education book series (INTDE)

Abstract

It does not take much vision to realize that we are living in a world of rapid change and increased uncertainty. As a recent Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) report noted, “In the opening decades of the twenty-first century there is a good chance that four simultaneous and powerful societal transformations will give rise to more variety and interdependence: from the uniformity and obedience of the mass era to the uniqueness and creativity of a knowledge economy and society; from rigid and isolated command planning to flexible, open and rule-based markets; from predominantly agricultural structures to industrial urbanization; and lastly, from a relatively fragmented world of autonomous societies and regions to the dense and indispensable interdependencies of an integrated planet” (OECD 2000).

Keywords

Creative Industry Creative Class Creative Economy Private HEIs Academic Service 
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  • Prompilai Buasuwan
  • Bordin Rassameethes

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