This research uses historic data to predict the future impact of the twelve members of Yorkshire Universities: the universities of Bradford, Huddersfield, Hull, Leeds, Leeds Beckett, Leeds Trinity, Leeds Arts, Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam, York, and York St John, as well as the Leeds Conservatoire.
This paper provides an overview of key issues shaping the contribution of universities to the promotion of place, and to attracting inward investment and increased trade into Yorkshire and the Humber, and in particular West Yorkshire.
Today a report I wrote for Yorkshire Universities was published, looking at how universities can help attract inward investment and boost trade.
International comparisons suggest R&D targets will be difficult to meet.
Reflections on strange little cars and fake coffee.
A table of examples to show the mechanics of cross-sector collaboration.
Before local development work can start, institutional support, staff or student willingness, and appropriate resources are needed.
I was lead author for this report with the NHS Confederation, the Yorkshire & Humber Academic Health Science Network, and Yorkshire Universities on how different sectors can work together to improve health outcomes at a regional level.