European Universities in Transition: Issues, Models and Cases

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Carmelo Mazza, Paolo Quattrone, Angelo Riccaboni
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2008. gada 1. janv. - 304 lappuses
This attractively presented edited collection is a welcome analysis of issues facing universities. It consists of 14 chapters by experts who work in university management and economics departments. . . this is an excellent collection. Its value stems from

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the tension between form and substance
17
universities protecting and promoting themselves1
31
3 PhD education challenges and opportunities of Europeanization
49
PART II Models
91
far from a model just a process for a while
93
the reregulation of European higher education and research
113
a qualitative investigation of enacted mechanisms
133
8 The university is not an institute of technology
154
from central coordination to control
171
introducing performance management in British universities
188
systemic corporate governance reform at City University London
205
12 The structure and significance of the Italian research assessment exercise VTR
221
Section III ii Innovation and Regional Economies
237
a tale of exploitation
239
the case of Italy
258
Afterword
270

PART III Cases
167
Section III i Governance and Performance Measurement
169
Index
277
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