Higher Education Management and Policy: recent and back issues

 

This journal, edited by IMHE, addresses administrators, managers of institutions of higher education and researchers in the field of institutional management. It brings together articles on topical issues such as quality assurance, human resources, funding and internationalisation.


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Please note that issues 24.2 and 24.3 will be the final issues.

These articles' abstracts are also available in Spanish.

 

Volumes 6 to 22/2 are available as free downloads.

 

 


Volume 24 Issue 1 (summer 2012)

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  • The impact of accreditation on the reform of study programmes in Germany
    Justine Suchanek , Manuel Pietzonka, Rainer H.F. Künzel, Torsten Futterer
  • A survey of international practice in university admissions testing
    Daniel Edwards, Hamish Coates, Tim Friedman
  • Identifying Effective Drivers for Knowledge Exchange in the United Kingdom
    Stevie Upton
  • Institutional strategies in response to higher skills policy in England
    Jim Hordern
  • Seeking alternative researcher identities in newcomer academic institutions in Sweden
    Olof Hallonsten
  • Strategic planning for academic research
    Creso M. Sá, Merli Tamtik
  • Emerging higher education strategy in Ireland
    Maria Hinfelaar

Volume 23 Issue 3 (winter 2011)

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  • Critical masses for academic research groups and consequences for higher-education research policy and management
    Ralph Kenna and Bertrand Berche
  • Economics of teaching: What stands behind the student-faculty ratios?
    Andrea Schenker-Wicki and Matthias Inauen
  • An international assessment of bachelor degree graduates’ learning outcomes
    Hamish Coates and Sarah Richardson
  • The impacts of the Bologna Process on academic staff in Ukraine
    Marta A. Shaw, David W. Chapman and Nataliya L. Rumyantseva
  • Lost in Translation: Aligning strategies for research in New Zealand
    Jennie Billot and Andrew Codling
  • Different contexts, same solutions? Comparing higher education reforms in Finland and Portugal
    Jaakko Kauko and Sara Diogo

Volume 23 Issue 2 (summer 2011)

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  • The impact of reform on research and innovation in France: direction, planning and co-ordination
    Blandine Laperche and Dimitri Uzunidis
  • The impact of economic crises on American universities: lessons from the past
    Elaine El-Khawas
  • Alternatives to industrial work placement at Dublin Institute of Technology
    Catherine Bates and Elena Gamble
  • Evaluating public higher education in Mexico
    Gonzalo Varela-Petito
  • A Tale of Two Strategies: Higher Education and economic recovery in Ireland and Australia
    Vin Massaro and Ellen Hazelkorn
  • New challenges in the governance of Catalan public universities
    Diego Castro and Georgeta Ion

 


Volume 23 Issue 1 (spring 2011)
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  • Assessing the effects of four budget-balancing strategies in higher education
    Hauptman and Nolan
  • The democratisation of access success in higher education: the case of
    Portugal and Brazil
    Diana Amado-Tavares, Claisy Marinho-Araújo, Leandro Almeida and Alberto Amaral
  • Missions on the Move: university systems in England, New York State and California
    Gerrit de Jager
  • Differences between public and private universities’ fields of study in Argentina
    Marcello Alberto Rabossi
  • Danish universities in the financial crisis: change and trust
    Pernille Meyn Milthers
  • Quality assured assessment processes: evaluating staff response to change
    Bunmi S. Malau-Aduli, Craig Zimitat and Aduli E.O. Malau-Aduli

Volume 22 Issue 3 (autumn 2010)

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  • Project economy approaches for higher education: diversifying the revenue base of German universities
    Ingo Rollwagen
  • Multidimensional ranking: a new transparency tool in higher education and research
    Frans van Vught and Don F. Westerheijden
  • The global impact of the financial crisis: main trends in developed and developing countries
    Heather Eggins and Peter West
  • Sustaining leadership in challenging times
    Robin Middlehurst
  • Government funding as leverage for quality teaching and learning: a South African perspective
    Sabiha Y. Essack, Indirani Naidoo and Glen Barnes
  • Higher skills and the knowledge economy: the challenge of offshoring
    John Craig and Andrew Gunn

Volume 22 Issue 2 (summer 2010)

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  • Performance incentives and public college accountability in the United States: a quarter century policy audit
    E. Grady Bogue and Betty Dandridge Johnson
  • The facilitation of collaborative learning: what works?
    Chinthaka Balasooriya, Sophie di Corpo and Nicholas J. Hawkins
  • Attitudes to gender equality issues in British and German academia
    Rosalind Pritchard
  • Characteristics of effective and sustainable teaching development programmes for quality teaching in higher education
    Heather Kanuka
  • “Employability” through curriculum innovation and skills development: a Portuguese case study
    Eva Dias de Oliveira and Isabel de Castro Guimarães
  • What factors influence peer ratings of faculty research performance in the United States?
    Lisa A. Burke and Karen James
  • Knowledge production within the innovation system: a case study from the United Kingdom
    Sarah Wilson-Medhurst

Volume 22 Issue 1 (spring 2010)

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  • The state of learning outcomes assessment in the United States
    George D. Kuh and Peter T. Ewell
  • Defining and monitoring academic standards in Australian higher education
    Hamish Coates
  • Women in science: the persistence of gender in Australia
    Sharon Bell
  • Quality assurance in higher education as a political process
    Michael L. Skolnik
  • System accreditation: an innovative approach to assure and develop the quality of study programmes in Germany
    Tanja Grendel and Christoph Rosenbusch
  • The intended and unintended effects of the Bologna reforms
    Sybille Reichert
  • Knowledge as a common good: the societal relevance of scientific research
    Lex M. Bouter

Volume 21 Issue 3 (autumn 2009)

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  • Defining and Measuring Academic Standards: A British Perspective
    Geoffrey Alderman
  • Supra-national Accreditation, Trust and Institutional Autonomy: Contrasting Developments of Accreditation in Europe and the United States
    Alberto Amaral, Maria João Rosa and Diana Amado Tavares
  • Four Basic Dilemmas in University Governance Reform
    Ingvild M. Larsen, Peter Maassen and Bjørn Stensaker
  • Academic Values in the Marketplace
    William F. Massy
  • Ethical Marketing of Higher Education: What Might be Done to Encourage its Adoption?
    Paul Gibbs and Patrick E. Murphy
  • The Secondary Markets of Higher Education: A Canadian Context
    Jeffrey M. Litwin
  • Allocating Time Resources for Research Between Academic Staff: The Case of Norwegian University Colleges
    Svein Kyvik

Volume 21 Issue 2 (summer 2009)

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  • The EU Innovation Agenda: Challenges for European Higher Education and Research
    Frans van Vught
  • Big Ideas for Australian Universities
    Steven Schwartz
  • Competition, Autonomy and New Thinking: Transformation of Higher Education in Federal Germany
    Peter Mayer and Frank Ziegele
  • The Context of Higher Education Reform in the United States
    Donald E. Heller
  • Brave New World: Higher Education Reform in Finland
    Timo Aarrevaara, Ian R. Dobson and Camilla Elander
  • The Impact of Reforms on the Quality and Responsiveness of Universities in the United Kingdom
    Tony Clark
  • Chilean Universities in the Transition to a Market-driven Policy Regime
    Jorge Katz and Randy Spence

Volume 21 Issue 1 (spring 2009)

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  • Faustian Bargain? Institutional Responses to National and International Rankings
    Peter W.A. West
  • “Standards Will Drop” – and Other Fears about the Equality Agenda in Higher Education
    Chris Brink
  • The Knowledge Economy and Higher Education: Rankings and Classifications, Research Metrics and Learning Outcomes Measures as a System for Regulating the Value of Knowledge
    Simon Marginson
  • Rankings and the Battle for World-Class Excellence: Institutional Strategies and Policy Choices
    Ellen Hazelkorn
  • What’s the Difference? A Model for Measuring the Value Added by Higher Education in Australia
    Hamish Coates
  • Defining the Role of Academics in Accountability
    Elaine El-Khawas
  • The Growing Accountability Agenda: Progress or Mixed Blessing?
    Jamil Salmi
  • The Regional Engagement of Universities: Building Capacity in a Sparse Innovation Environment
    Paul Benneworth and Allan Sanderson

Volume 20 Issue 3 (autumn 2008)

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  • Quality Assurance in the European Higher Education Area: The Emergence of a German Market for Quality Assurance Agencies
    Kathia E. Serrano-Velarde
  • Scholarly Communication Costs in Australian Higher Education
    John W. Houghton with Colin Steele and Peter Sheehan
  • Introducing Entrepreneurship Teaching at Select German Universities: The Challenge of Change - Gudrun Curri
  • The Institutional Organisation of Knowledge Transfer and its Implications
    Sjors van der Heide, Peter C. van der Sijde and Cees Terlouw
  • Quality Assessment of Undergraduate Education in China: A Policy Analysis
    Shuiyun Liu and Maria João Rosa
  • The Negotiation Process toward the New Salary System in the Finnish University Sector
    Jouni Kekäle
  • (Re)Conceptualising the Academy: Institutional Development of and beyond the Third Mission
    Tim Vorley and Jen Nelles

  Volume 20 Issue 2 (summer 2008)

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Special Issue: Higher Education and Regional Development

  • Introduction to the Special Issue: Higher Education and Regional Development
    Note by the Editor
  • The Engagement of Higher Educational Institutions in Regional Development: An Overview of the Opportunities and Challenges
    John Goddard and Jaana Puukka
  • Universities, Innovation and Regional Development: A View from the United States
    Mark Drabenstott
  • A World of Competitors: Assessing the US High-Tech Advantage and the Process of Globalisation
    John Aubrey Douglass
  • University Engagement: Avoidable Confusion and Inescapable Contradiction
    Chris Duke
  • Globally Competitive, Locally Engaged: The Case Study of Kentucky
    Aims C. and McGuinness, Jr.
  • Provincial University of Lapland: Collaborating for Regional Development
    Ari Konu and Eero Pekkarinen
  • The Contribution of Higher Education to Regional Cultural Development in the North East of England
    Eric Cross and Helen Pickering
  • The Dilemma of the Modern University in Balancing Competitive Agendas: The USQ Experience
    Bill Lovegrove and John Clarke
  • Benchmarking University Community Engagement: Developing a National Approach in Australia
    Steve Garlick and Anne Langworthy
  • Societal and Economic Engagement of Universities in Finland: An Evaluation Model
    Jari Ritsilä, Mika Nieminen, Markku Sotarauta and Jukka Lahtonen

 Volume 20 Issue 1 (spring 2008)

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  • Fair Access to Higher Education: Analysis of a Targeted Incentive Educational Policy
    Charlotte Le Chapelain
  • Assessment of Higher Education Personnel: Comparative Study of France and Finland
    Emmanuel Salmon
  • Longterm Human Outcomes of a “Shotgun” Marriage in Higher Education: Anatomy of a Merger, Two Decades Later
    Rosalind Pritchard and Arthur Williamson
  • From Public University Dominance to Private University Policy Initiatives in Nigeria: The Push and Pull Factors
    Gboyega Ilusanya and S.A. Oyebade
  • Accessibility and Equity, Market Forces, and Entrepreneurship: Developments in Higher Education in Central and Eastern Europe
    Marek Kwiek
  • Internationalisation of Higher Education and Language Policy: Questions of Quality and Equity
    Rebecca Hughes
  • Strategic Enrolment Management: Improving Student Satisfaction and Success in Portugal
    James Taylor, Rui Brites, Fernanda Correia, Minoo Farhangmehr, Brites Ferreira, Maria de Lourdes Machado, Cláudia Sarrico and Maria José Sá

Volume 19 Issue 3 (2007)

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  • Revenue Generation and Its Consequences for Academic Capital, Values and Autonomy: Insights from Canada
    Julia Antonia Eastman
  • Individual and Institutional Liability of Researchers in the Case of Scientific Fraud: Values and Ethics
    Eric Baier and Laure Dupraz
  • Values, Principles and Integrity: Academic and Professional Standards in Higher Education
    Ian McNay
  • Academic Performance, Students' Background and Affirmative Action at a Brazilian University
    Renato H.R. Pedrosa, J. Norberto W. Dachs, Rafael P. Maia, Cibele Y. Andrade and Benilton S. Carvalho
  • Universities, the State and the Market: Changing Patterns of University Governance
    Lars Engwall
  • Values, Ethics and Teacher Education: A Perspective from Pakistan
    Rukhsana Zia

 Volume 19 Issue 2 (2007)

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  • Academic Values, Institutional Management and Public Policies
    David Ward
  • The University and Its Communities
    David Watson
  • League Tables as Policy Instruments: Uses and Misuses
    Jamil Salmi and Alenoush Saroyan
  • Universities on the Catwalk: Models for Performance Ranking in Australia
    Hamish Coates
  • The Impact of League Tables and Ranking Systems on Higher Education Decision Making
    Ellen Hazelkorn
  • Peripheries and Centres: Research Universities in Developing Countries
    Philip G. Altbach
  • Managing Human Resources in Higher Education: The Implications of a Diversifying Workforce George Gordon and Celia Whitchurch

Volume 19 Issue 1 (2007)

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  • Professor Maurice Kogan: In Memoriam
  • The Relationship between Branding and Organisational Change
    Bjørn Stensaker
  • Globalisation, the “Idea of a University” and its Ethical Regimes
    Simon Marginson
  • Internationalisation of Higher Education in the Era of Globalisation: What Have Been its Implications in China and Japan?
    Futao Huang
  • Market Competition, Public Good and Institutional Governance: Analyses of Portugal’s Experience
    Alberto Amaral and António Magalhães
  • Redefining Competition Constructively: The Challenges of Privatisation, Competition and Market-based State Policy in the United States
    Peter D. Eckel
  • The Entrepreneurial State and Research Universities in the United States: Policy and New State-Based Initiatives
    John Aubrey Douglass
  • The Commercialisation of University Research and Economic Productivity
    Paul Clark

Volume 18 Issue 3 (2006)

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  • Funding in Higher Education and Economic Growth in France and the United Kingdom, 1921-2003
    Vincent Carpentier
  • Twelve Propositions on Diversity in Higher Education
    Andrew Codling and V. Lynn Meek
  • Revenue Generation and Organisational Change in Higher Education: Insights from Canada
    Julia Antonia Eastman
  • Twenty Practices of an Entrepreneurial University
    Allan N. Gjerding, Celeste P.M. Wilderom, Shona P.B. Cameron, Klaus-Joachim Scheunert and Adam Taylor
  • British and German Education Students in a Shifting Scenario
    Rosalind M.O. Pritchard
  • E-learning: A Fresh Look
    Michael Connolly, Norah Jones and David Turner
  • The Strategic Purposes and Significant Effects of Quality Assurance in German Higher Education: A Comparative Perspective
    Masahiro Tanaka

Volume 18 Issue 2 (2006)

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  • Managing the Unmanageable: The Management of Research in Research-intensive Universities
    John Taylor
  • Incorporation and University Governance: A Comparative Perspective from China and Japan
    Futao Huang
  • The Professional Doctorate: From Anglo-Saxon to European Challenges
    Jeroen Huisman and Rajani Naidoo
  • Widening Access through Partnerships with Working Life
    Andrew Casson
  • The Politics of Access: Measuring the Social Returns on Post-secondary Education
    Michael Conlon
  • Evaluation of the Competence Reform in Norway: Access to Higher Education Based on Non-formal Learning
    Vibeke Opheim and Havard Helland
  • Where are the Boys? Gender Imbalance in Higher Education
    Fred Evers, John Livernois and Maureen Mancuso
  • Promoting a Lifelong Learning Society in China: The Attempts by Tsinghua University
    Aiyi Wang, Gilsun Song and Feiyu Kang

Volume 18 Issue 1 (2006)

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  • Higher Education and the Specter of Variable Fees: Public Policy and Institutional Responses in the United States and United Kingdom
    David Ward and John Aubrey Douglass
  • Monetary Rewards and Competences of Young European Graduates
    José-Ginés Mora, Adela Garcia-Aracil, José-Miguel Carot and Luis E. Vil
  • Performance Funding of Swiss Universities: Success or Failure? An Ex-post Analysis
    Andrea Schenker-Wicki and Mark Hurlimann
  • Broken Down by Sex and Age: Australian University Staffing Patterns 1994-2003
    Ian Dobson
  • Trade Liberalisation, Regional Agreements and Implications for Higher Education
    Angel J. Calderon and J. Tangas
  • The Internationalisation of Portuguese Higher Education: How are Higher Education Institutions Facing this New Challenge?
    Amélia Veiga, Maria João Rosa and Alberto Amaral
  • Policies and Networks in the Construction of the European Higher Education Area
    Kostas A. Lavdas , Nikos E. Papadakis and Marrianna Gidarakou

Volume 17 Issue 3 (2005)

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Special issue: Entrepreneurship

  • European Universities for Entrepreneurship: Their Role in the Europe of Knowledge
    Michael Shattock
  • What makes Universities Unique?: Updating the Ideal for an Entrepreneurial Age
    Steve Fuller
  • Convergence in Higher Education: The Strange Case of "Entrepreneurialism"
    Ronald Barnett
  • Entrepreneurial Universities and the Development of Regional Societies: A Spatial View of the Europe of Knowledge
    Fumi Kitagawa
  • The Changing Place of the University and a Clash of Values: The Entrepreneurial University in the European Knowledge Society
    Risto Rinne and Jenni Koivula
  • Overview of National Policy Contexts for Entrepreneurialism in Higher Education Institutions
    Gareth Williams and Igor Kitaev

Volume 17 Issue 2 (2005)

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  • What is a University in the 21st Century?
    Brian D. Denman
  • Rethinking or Hollowing out the University? External Engagement and Internal Transformation in the Knowledge Economy
    Michael Harloe and Beth Perry
  • Institutional Mission vs Policy Constraint? Unlocking Potential
    Ellen Hazelkorn
  • Reorganising the Teaching-Research Tension
    Anne-Marie De Jonghe
  • Political Instruments Employed by Governments to Enhance University Research and Knowledge Transfer Capacity
    Grant Harman
  • New IDEAs for Internationalisation within the Knowledge Society
    H.G.Büttner
  • The Incorporation of National Universities in Japan: Initial Reactions of the New National University Corporations
    Jun Oba
  • Managing Relations with Industry: The Case of Brazilian Universities
    Maria Alice Lahorgue

Volume 17 Issue 1 (2005)

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  • Choice and Responsibility: Innovation in a New Context
    Michael Gibbons
  • Institutional Management and Engagement with the Knowledge Society
    John Goddard
  • Constructing Advantage in the Knowledge Society: Roles of Universities Reconsidered: The case of Japan
    Fumi Kitagawa
  • Changing Research Practices and Research Infrastructure Development
    John W. Houghton
  • Innovation in the Netherlands: Toward Guidelines for Knowledge Transfer
    Esther Stiekema
  • The Shift of the University Paradigm and Reform of the Korean University Systems
    Hyun-Chong Lee
  • Civic Mission and Social Responsibility: New Challenges for the Practice of Public Relations in Higher Education
    Helena Kantane

Volume 16 Number 3 (autumn 2004) 

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  • Art Schools for Tomorrow
    Ellen Hazelkorn
  • Democracy and University Education in Nigeria
    Olalekan Arikewuyo
  • Integrating Research and Teaching Strategies
    William Locke
  • The University, Knowledge Spillovers and Local Development
    Marylène Mille
  • Universities and Innovation in the Knowledge Economy
    Fumi Kitagawa
  • Assessing the Impact of Higher Education on Regional Development
    Sarah Batterbury and Steve Hill
  • The Dynamics of Massification and Differentiation
    John Aubrey Douglass

Volume 16 Number (summer 2004)

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  • Teaching and Research: some Framework Issues
    Maurice Kogan
  • Teaching and Research: the Idea of a Nexus
    Mary Henkel
  • Information and Communication Technologies: a Tool Empoweringand Developing the Horizon of the Learner
    Olivier Debande and Eugenia Kazamaki Ottersten
  • Managing University Clinical Partnership: Learning from International Experience
    Stephen Davies and Tom Smith
  • Systemic Responsiveness in Tertiary Education: an Agenda for Reform
    William G. Tierney
  • Incentives and Accountability: The Canadian Context
    Michelle Gauthier
  • Student Satisfaction in Higher Education: a Turkish Case
    Ceyhan Aldemir and Yaprak Gülcan

Volume 16 Number 1 (spring 2004)

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  • Incentives and Accountability: Instruments of Change in Higher Education
    Sir John Daniel
  • Institutional Autonomy Versus Government Control The New University Act in Austria
    Rudolf Neuhauser
  • Incentives and Institutional Changes in Higher Education
    N. V. Varghese
  • Performance Indicators: Accountable to Whom?
    Michael Conlon
  • Universality or Specialisation?
    Christian Allies and Michel Troquet
  • Gestalt Revisited: Spin-offs and Assessment in International University Co-operation
    Brian D. Denman
  • Corruption in Higher Education: Some Findings from the States of the Former Soviet Union
    Paul Temple, Georgy Petrov
  • Widening Access to Higher Education in the UK: Questioning the Geographic Approach
    Bob Osborne and Ian Shuttleworth
  • Growing Research: Challenges for Latedevelopers and Newcomers
    Ellen Hazelkorn
  • Index to volume 15

Volume 15 Number 3 (autumn 2003)

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  • Internal Versus External Labour Markets
    Christine Musselin
  • An Integrated Approach to Academic Reinforcement Systems
    Mireille Mathieu
  • Motivating Knowledge Workers: Lessons to and from the Corporate Sector
    Ruth Dunkin
  • Changing Identity in an Ambiguous Environment A Work in Progress Report
    Chris Duke
  • Motivating Individuals: Incentives, Staff Reactions, and Institutional Effects
    Larry L. Leslie
  • University Roles and Career Paths: Trends, Scenarios and Motivational Challenges
    George Gordon
  • Australian Academics and Prospective Academics: Adjustment to a More Commercial Environment
    Grant Harman
  • Fear and Loathing in University Staffing: The Case of Australian Academic and General Staff
    Maree Conway and Ian Dobson
  • Encouraging Lecturers to Engage with New Technologies in Learning and Teaching in a Vocational University: The Role of Recognition and Reward
    Janet Hanson
  • Motivating the Professoriate: Why Sticks and Carrots are only for Donkeys
    Ian M. Evans and Luanna H. Meyer
  • Degree System in Mainland China: Development and Implications
    Luo Siming

Volume 15 Number 2 (summer 2003)

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  • Making “World-class Universities”: Japan’s Experiment
    Akiyoshi Yonezawa
  • Steerage of Research in Universities by National Policy Instruments
    John Kleeman
  • The United Kingdom’s Research Assessment Exercise: Impact on Institutions, Departments, Individuals
    Paul G. Hare
  • The Lack of a National Policy Regime of Quality Assurance in Germany – Implications and Alternatives
    Gero Federkeil
  • Evaluating Teaching and Research Activities Finding the Right Balance
    José-Ginés Mora and Javier Vidal
  • The Impact of the State on Institutional Differentiation in New Zealand
    Andrew Codling and Lynn V. Meek
  • New Mechanisms of Incentives and Accountability for Higher Education Institutions : Linking the Regional, National and Global Dimensions
    Fumi Kitagawa
  • A Power Perspective on Programme Reduction
    Jeroen Huisman and Oscar Van Heffen
  • “Leadership” and “Governance” in the Analysis of University Organisations: Two Concepts in Need of De-construction
    Stéphanie Mignot-Gérard

Volume 15 Number 1 (spring 2003)

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  • The management of change in higher education
    Howard Newby
  • Incentives and accountability - Instruments of change
    Bernard Belloc
  • Public universities - A benchmark for higher education in Brazil
    Wrana Maria Panizzi
  • Ministerial steering and institutional responses - Recent developments of the Finnish higher education system
    Seppo Hölttä and Eila Rekilä
  • Management mechanisms and financing of higher education in Germany
    Hans-Ulrich Küpper
  • Sticks and carrots - The effectiveness of government policy on higher education in England since 1979
    John Taylor
  • University research activities - On-going transformations and new challenges
    Philippe Larédo

Volume 14 Number 3 (autumn 2002)

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  • International trade in educational services - Good or bad?
    Kurt Larsen and Stéphan Vincent-Lancrin
  • Trade, education and the GATS - What's in, what's out, what's all the fuss about?
    Pierre Sauvé
  • The international provision of higher education - Do universities need GATS?
    Andris Barblan
  • Trends and models in international quality assurance in higher education in relation to trade in education
    Dirk Van Damme
  • Academic identity in transformation? - The case of the United Kingdom
    Mary Henkel
  • The four key factors for commercialising research - The case of a young university in a region in crisis
    Blandine Laperche
  • Diversification of higher education and the profile of the individual institution
    Ulrich Teichler

Volume 14 Number 2 (summer 2002)

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  • Engine of change or adherence to trends?  An inventory of views
    Peter van Tilburg
  • Accreditation and quality assurance - The Swiss model
    Andrea Schenker-Wicki
  • The future of the tripartite mission - Re-examining the relationship linking universities, medical schools and health systems
    Tom Smith and Celia Whitchurch
  • Academic leaders or corporate managers - Deans and heads in Australian higher education 1977 to 1997
    Grant Harman
  • Transformation of universities in the Czech Republic - Experiences of the University of West Bohemia in Pilsen
    Josef Rosenberg
  • Reform in a fragmented system - Higher education in Bosnia-Herzegovina
    Paul Temple
  • Book review

Volume 14 Number 1 (spring 2002)

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  • There Are Mergers, and There Are Mergers:  The Forms of Inter-institutional Combination
    Daniel W. Lang
  • Marketisation and the Changing Governance in Higher Education: A Comparative Study
    Joshua K.H. Mok and Eric H.C. Lo
  • The Rationale Behind Public Funding of Private Universities in Japan
    Masateru Baba
  • Measuring Internationalisation in Educational Institutions, Case Study: French Management Schools
    Claude Échevin and Daniel Ray
  • Coping with the New Challenges in Managing a Russian University
    Evgeni Kniazev
  • Book Review
  • Higher Education Management and Policy - Index to volumes 9-13
  • Higher Education Management and Policy - Index to Volume 13

Volume 13 Number 3 (autumn 2001)

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  • Towards European Convergence of Higher Education Policy?
    Ivar Bleiklie
  • Cultural Change and the Machinery of Management
    Chris Duke
  • Achieving Cultural Change: Embedding Academic Enterprise - A Case Study
    James Powell, Michael Harloe and Mike Goldsmith
  • Striking a Balance between Becoming Entrepreneurial, Nurturing the Academic Heartland an Transforming a Higher Education Institution
    Frederick Fourié and Magda Fourié
  • Implementation of a Joint Web Service for The Finnish Open Universities
    Terttu Kortelainen and Päivi Rasinkangas
  • The Intrusion and Expansion of Community Policies in Higher Education
    Elsa Hackl

Volume 13 Number 2 (summer 2001)

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  • The Entrepreneurial University: New foundations for Collegiality, Autonomy, and Achievement
    Burton Clark
  • The Emergence of Entrepreneurial Cultures in European Universities
    John L. Davies
  • Promoting Academic Expertise and Authority in an Entrepreneurial Culture
    Craig McInnis
  • Breaking Down Structural Barriers to Innovation in Traditional Universities
    José-Ginés Mora and Enrique Villarreal
  • Enterprise Culture and University Culture
    Pierre Daumard
  • Responding to Changing Student Expectations
    Peter Coaldrake
  • Changing Patterns of Diversity in Europe: Lessons from an OECD Study Tour
    John Pratt
  • Tertiary Education in the 21st Century: Challenges and Opportunities
    Jamil Salmi

Volume 13 Number 1 (spring 2001)

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  • Go Forth and Diversify! The Rise and Fall of Government Contributions to Australian Higher Education
    Ian Dobson
  • Diversifying Sources of Funding in Chinese Higher Education
    Futao Huang
  • Investing in People's Development: An Inclusive and Positive Cultural Approach
    George Gordon
  • Promoting Innovation and Entrepreneurialism in the Fachhochschulen in Austria
    Hans Pechar, Thomas Pfeffer and John Pratt
  • Analysis and Evaluation of the Social Councils in Spanish Universities
    Santiago Nieto Martín
  • Government Intervention in higher Education in Macau
    Herbert D. Yee and Mei Kou
  • The difficulties and dilemma of constructing a model for Teacher Evaluation in Higher Education
    Karen Chan
  • The Management of Higher Education Museums, Galleries and Collections (HEMGCs) in the United Kingdom
    Melanie Kelly

Volume 12 Number 3 (autumn 2000)

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  • Rethinking Academic and University Work
    Peter Coaldrake
  • Changing Higher Education Policies for Japanese National Universities
    Akiyoshi Yonezawa
  • Quality Assurance and the Growing Puzzle of Managing Organisational Knowledge in Universities
    Richard James
  • University Financial Management under a Contraction of Government Funding: The case of Hong Kong (China)
    Alex P.C. Shuen
  • Equity and Diversity: The Newcastle Approach
    Gem Cheong
  • Describing the Work of University Managers: the Case of the Venezuelan University
    Ruben Alvarez and Claude Echevin
  • The Changing Patterns of University Studies: Towards Lifelong Learning in Finnish Universities
    Erja Moore
  • The Selection of Academic Staff
    M. Bisset, S.G. Fisher, W.D.K. Macrosson and C.W. Phillips

Volume 12 Number 2 (summer 2000)

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  • Governance in Higher Education: the Viewpoint of France
    Francine Demichel
  • Towards the "Learning Organisation": Implications for Institutional Governance and Leadership
    Berit Askling and Bente Kristensen
  • The Administrative Structure and Systems of Korean Higher Education
    Jeong-Kyu Lee
  • Specialisation and Cross-Disciplinarity Patterns and the Design of New Higher Education Programmes
    Miguel A. Quintanilla and Javier Vidal
  • Strategic Management of Universities: Evaluation Policy and Policy Evaluation
    Benoît Bayenet, Cindy Feola and Monique Tavernier
  • Towards a Model of Institutional Effectiveness in Higher Education: Implications of a Hong Kong Study
    James Pounder
  • New Endeavours for Higher Education Quality Assurance: Results from the Pilot Institutional Evaluation in Bulgaria
    Patricia Georgieva
  • Research at Regional Universities in Australia: Visions and Realisation
    Binh Pham
  • Financing Lifelong Learning - Trends and Patterns of Participation and Financing in US Higher Education
    Michael McPherson and Morton Owen Schapiro

Volume 12 Number 1 (spring 2000)

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  • Beyond Delayering: Process, Structure and Boundaries
    Chris Duke
  • Managing Regional Collaboration in Higher Education - The Case of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)
    Manuel Crespo
  • Institutional Funding and Managerial Differences in Racially Dual Systems
    of Higher Education
    G. Thomas Sav
  • UK Higher Education:Competitive Forces in the 21st Century
    G.C. Webber
  • Academic Responses to the UK Foresight Programme
    Mary Henkel
  • Economics Research in France: Tentative Conclusions Based on EconLit Database
    Jean Mirucki
  • The Use of Indicators in the Strategic Management of Universities
    Jean Mirucki
  • Index to Volume 11

Volume 11 Number 3 (summer 2000)

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  • Setting Public Funding Priorities for “Learning for Life”: Recommendations of the Australian Review of Higher Education Financing and Policy
    Grant Harman
  • The Challenge of Lifelong Learning: Differences and Reactions of East and West German Higher Education Institutions
    Barbara M. Kehm
  • Reversing the Flow in Higher Education: Necessary Changes in the Training of French Engineers
    Alain Jouandeau
  • The Changing Role of Greek Universities
    Yorgos Stamelos
  • Cross-Functional Teams: an Innovation or Just Another Committee?
    Rebecca A. Proehl
  • Responsibility Centre Budgeting and Responsibility Centre Management in Theory and Practice
    Daniel W. Lang
  • Disabled Students in Higher Education: Management for Inclusion
    Berth Danermark
  • The Economic Effectiveness of Higher Education in Nation Regions of the United Kingdom: Comparative Study of Scotland and Wales
    Stephen Hill, Iain McNicoll and Annette Roberts

Volume 11 Number 2 (autumn 1999)

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  • The “New” Competition: Serving the Learning Society in an Electronic Age
    Elaine El-Khawas
  • Higher Education Institutions and the Market for Lifelong Learning in Norway
    Ellen Brandt
  • Opening New Horizons for Lifelong Learning at the Tertiary Level: the Introduction of the Educational Credit Bank System
    Moo-Sub Kang
  • The Virtual University and Educational Opportunity: Panacea or False Hope?
    Lawrence E. Gladieux and Watson Scott Swail
  • Co-operation in Hungarian Higher Education in the View of a Worldbank Programme
    Miklós Györffi
  • The Roles of University and College Rectors
    Charlotta Levay and Rufus Lidman
  • A Case Study of a University in Transition in New Zealand
    V. Suchitra Mouly and V. Nilakant
  • New Leaders at the Top? The Educational and Career Paths of UK University Vice-chancellors (1960-1996)
    David Smith, Catherine Bargh, Jean Bocock and Peter Scott

Volume 11 Number 1 (spring 1999)

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  • The Impact of the Dearing Report on UK Higher Education
    Michael L. Shattock
  • Lifelong Learning: Implication for the University of the 21st Century
    Chris Duke
  • Lifelong Learning as Challenge for Higher Education: the State of Knowledge and Future Research Tasks
    Ulrich Teichler
  • Tertiary Education and Lifelong Learning: Perspectives, Findings and Issues from OECD Work
    Alan Wagner
  • Taking Charge of Change: a Leadership Challenge for Public Higher Education
    John V. Byrne
  • Role Conflict and Ambiguity at the Departmental Level
    Carin B. Eriksson
  • The Engagement of Universities in Regional Economic Regeneration and Development: a Case Study of Perspectives
    Madeleine Atkins, John Dersley and Richard Tomlin
  • The Changing Climate of Australian Higher Education: an International Perspective
    Peter Coaldrake

Volume 10 Number 3 (autumn 1998)

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  • Quality Assessment in Higher Education – Conference in Mexico City
    J. F. Zorrilla
  • The European Systems of Quality Assurance – Dimensions of Harmonisation and Differentiation
  • Is there a Scandinavian Model of Evaluation of Higher Education?
    S. Wahlén
  • Accreditation’s Role in Quality Assurance in the United States
    E. El-Khawas
  • Quality Assessment in Mexican Higher Education
  • Innovation through Merging?
    O. J. Skodvin and B. Stensaker
  • Organisational Challenges for the University
    F. Santos, M. V. Heitor and J. Caraça
  • Organisation of First-cycle Teaching at University: Models and Issues
    D. Bertrand and G. G. Busugutsala
  • The Finnish Open University as Young Adults’ Testing Arena
    E. Piesanen

Volume 10 Number 2 (summer 1998)

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  • Impacts of Quality Assessment: The Case of Jyväskylä University
    J. Välimaa, T. Aittola and R. Konttinen
  • Negotiation over University Teaching Awards: the Evaluation of Undergraduate-Graduate and Quantity-Quality Instruction
    E. Ben-Zadok and R. Y. Carter
  • Performance Indicators: Experiences from New Zealand Tertiary Institutions
    B. R. Lord, A. J. Robb and Y. P. Shanahan
  • Learning Support for First-year University Student
    M. Romainville and B. Noël
  • The Place of Research, Scholarship and Teaching in Newly Established Universities
    M. M. Berrell
  • Reform and Change in Financial Management: The Need for an Holistic Approach
    H. G. Thomas
  • Strategic Management in Research Funding
    M. Sjölund
  • University-State Relations: A Comparative Perspective
    M. Kogan

Volume 10 Number 1 (spring 1998)

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  • Consortium Governance – Experiences of the Swedish LADOK Consortium
    S. Berglund
  • Strategic Management and Universities: Outcomes of a European Survey
    F. Thys-Clément and L. Wilkin
  • Managing Mainstream and Marginal Responses to Diversity
    C. McInnis
  • Undergraduate Intakes in Australia – Before and After
    I.R. Dobson, R. Sharma and A. Haydon
  • The Austrian University System in Change: An Adequate Response to New Challenges?
    R. Neuhäuser
  • The University System in Japan
    Y. Harayama
  • Mission Statements in Business Higher Education: Issues and Evidence
    J.M. Stearns and S. Borna
  • The Development of the School of Management at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
    A. Reichel and A. Mehrez
  • Budgetary Indicators and International Comparisons: A Tool for Higher Education Management
    B. Bayenet and O. Debande
  • Index to Volume 9

Volume 9 Number 3 (summer 1998)

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  • Managing the University/Regional Interface
    J. Goddard
  • The Regional University: Issues in the Development of an Organisational Framework
    J.L. Davies
  • The Development of a Regional Role for UK Higher Education Institutions with Particular Reference to the South West Region of England
    S. Court
  • Preparing and Developing Academics for the Needs of Effective Provision in Mass Tertiary Education
    G. Gordon
  • Institutional Changes in Russian Higher Education
    N. Kovaleva
  • Decentralisation and Diversification in Spain
    San-Segundo
  • Strategic Change in Higher Education: The Role of a Funding Council
    M.San-Segundo
  • Non-University Higher Education – A Central European, Hungarian Experience
    P. Soltesz
  • Staffing and Institutional Infrastructures – Some Considerations
    I. Moses
  • Learning Across Borders: Managing Capital Expenditure in Higher Education
    C. de Vries and K. Fisher
     

 

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