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The Oxford handbook of higher education systems and university management / edited by Gordon Redding, Antony Drew and Stephen Crump.

Contributor(s): Redding, S. G | Drew, Antony | Crump, Stephen.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2019Description: xxxiii, 518 p. : illustrations ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9780198822905 (hbk).Subject(s): Universities and colleges -- Administration | Universities and colleges -- Business management | Education, Higher | Education, Higher -- Social aspects | Education, Higher | Education, Higher -- Social aspects | Universities and colleges -- Administration | Hochschule | HochschulorganisationDDC classification: 378.101
Contents:
The description and comparison of societal systems of higher education and university management -- Criticality, academic autonomy, and societal progress -- Socializing human capital for twenty-first century educational goals: suggestive empirical findings from multinational research -- Changing the nature and role of universities: the effects of funding and governance reforms on universities as accountable organizational actors -- Recent trends in east and west university governance: two kinds of hollowness -- Cycles of evolution of ideal types of universities: causes and consequences for the university mission--The case of Poland -- The Implications of a diversifying workforce for institutional governance and management in higher education -- The collegial tradition in english higher education: what is it, what sustains it, and how viable is its future? -- Managing a university in turbulent times -- Critical factors and forces influencing higher education in the twenty-first century -- A new world of communications in higher education and its implications -- Leading in higher education -- Policy and practice in university-business relations -- Macro changes and the implications for equality and social and gender justice in higher education -- Macro changes and the implications for higher education research: a case study in the health sector and graduate practice -- Canada in a global system of higher education: the role of community engagement -- Developing and maintaining transnational research collaborations: a case study of Australian universities -- Scholarship in the university: an ecological perspective -- Higher education finance: global realities, policy options, and common misunderstandings -- Educating for the cooperative society: the role of government in building human and social capital -- Educating for the cooperative society: the role of universities, research, and the academic professions in fostering good citizenship -- Governments need to, and do, trust universities -- Education and technological unemployment in the fourth industrial revolution -- Educating for the Innovative Society: The Role of Indian Institutes of Technology in India -- Policy implications for equity, gender, and widening participation in higher education -- Reactions, reflections, and renewal: the significance of higher education for intellectual, societal, and personal advancement -- Maintaining the contribution of higher education to societal progress
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The description and comparison of societal systems of higher education and university management --
Criticality, academic autonomy, and societal progress --
Socializing human capital for twenty-first century educational goals: suggestive empirical findings from multinational research --
Changing the nature and role of universities: the effects of funding and governance reforms on universities as accountable organizational actors --
Recent trends in east and west university governance: two kinds of hollowness --
Cycles of evolution of ideal types of universities: causes and consequences for the university mission--The case of Poland --
The Implications of a diversifying workforce for institutional governance and management in higher education --
The collegial tradition in english higher education: what is it, what sustains it, and how viable is its future? --
Managing a university in turbulent times --
Critical factors and forces influencing higher education in the twenty-first century --
A new world of communications in higher education and its implications --
Leading in higher education --
Policy and practice in university-business relations --
Macro changes and the implications for equality and social and gender justice in higher education --
Macro changes and the implications for higher education research: a case study in the health sector and graduate practice --
Canada in a global system of higher education: the role of community engagement --
Developing and maintaining transnational research collaborations: a case study of Australian universities --
Scholarship in the university: an ecological perspective --
Higher education finance: global realities, policy options, and common misunderstandings --
Educating for the cooperative society: the role of government in building human and social capital --
Educating for the cooperative society: the role of universities, research, and the academic professions in fostering good citizenship --
Governments need to, and do, trust universities --
Education and technological unemployment in the fourth industrial revolution --
Educating for the Innovative Society: The Role of Indian Institutes of Technology in India --
Policy implications for equity, gender, and widening participation in higher education --
Reactions, reflections, and renewal: the significance of higher education for intellectual, societal, and personal advancement --
Maintaining the contribution of higher education to societal progress

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