University Governance And Reform: Policy, Fads, And Experience In International Perspective by H. SchuetzeUniversity Governance And Reform: Policy, Fads, And Experience In International Perspective by H. Schuetze

University Governance And Reform: Policy, Fads, And Experience In International Perspective

byH. SchuetzeEditorW. Bruneau, G. Grosjean

Hardcover | June 19, 2012

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The fascination with the commercial value of research, coupled with the rise of neo-liberal 'new public management' in the public sector, has led to the rise of a managerial class in the university. These essays focus on the widespread use of business models and market principles that have undermined the autonomy of the professoriate.
Hans G. Schuetze is a Fellow at the Centre for Policy Studies in Higher Education and Training at the University of British Columbia. He is also a Senior Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Glasgow. William Bruneau isa Professor Emeritusat the University of British Columbia. Garnet Grosjean is a Lecturer in the Department of ...
Title:University Governance And Reform: Policy, Fads, And Experience In International PerspectiveFormat:HardcoverDimensions:266 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.9 inPublished:June 19, 2012Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Foreword; H.G.Schuetze, W.Bruneau & G.Grosjean PART I University Governance Reform: The Drivers and the Driven; H.G.Schuetze Reconsidering University Autonomy And Governance: From Academic Freedom To Institutional Autonomy; P.Zgaga PART II: NORTH AMERICA The Provost Office as Key Decision-Maker in the Contemporary U.S. University: Toward a Theory of Institutional Change; N.P.Stromquist Professors in Their Places: Governance in Canadian Higher Education; W.Bruneau University Governance and Institutional Culture: A Canadian President's Perspective; R.Paul The Politics of Policy Making in Post-Secondary Education in Canada and in the Province of Ontario: Implications for Governance; P.Axelrod, T.Shanahan, R.Wellen & R.Desai-Trilokekar Liberality and Collaborative Governance in a New Private University: The Experience of Quest University; J.Cohn PART III: LATIN AMERICA Where the Global and the Local Converge: Four Cases of Latin American Higher Education Reform; A.Maldonado Reforms of University Governance in Mexico: Inducements or Impediments for Change?; Vries & G.Álvarez Mendiola Federal Policies and Governance Universities in Mexico, 1990-2010; A.Acosta Silva Higher Education Reform in Ecuador and its Effect on University Governance; M.Saavedra PART IV: EAST ASIA AND AUSTRALIA Incorporation of National Universities in Japan: An Evaluation Six Years On; M.Kaneko Japanese Universities: Current Challenges and Future Perspectives; M.Homma University Autonomy, Academic Freedom and Intellectuals in China; Qiang Zha Higher Education Reform in Indonesia: University Governance and Autonomy; W.J.Jacob, Y.Wang, T.L.Pelkowski, R.Karsidi & A.D.Priyanto Transforming Australia's Higher Education System: New Accountability Policies for a Global Era?; L.Vidovich