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Emerging Ideas of ‘New Governance’ in Higher Education
(Palgrave MacmiIlan, 2021-05-04)
This chapter examines how higher education systems are currently being influenced by the ideas of new public management. With the aid of a systematic literature review, it maps the use of post-new public management governance ...
Politics of evidence: Think tanks and the Academies Act
Previous research has identified political ideology as central in the landmark Academies Act (2010). This article further analyses how politics of evidence played its part in the policy process by focusing on long-term ...
Skatescape in the Making: Developing Sustainable Urban Pedagogies through Transdisciplinary Education
The current trend of higher education for sustainable urban development links with parallel developments in urban governance and environmental pedagogy. Many programs and policies identify cities and citizens as key drivers ...
Salaliittoteoriat : Katsaus salaliittokertomusten vetovoimaan ja ideologiseen hyväksikäyttöön
Toisinaan vaikuttaa siltä, että elämme salaliittoteorioiden kulta-aikaa. Salaliittoteoreettiset kertomukset ja niihin uskovat tai niitä levittävät ihmiset ovat olleet viime vuosina lukuisten huomiota herättäneiden lehtijuttujen ...
Performance Agreement Through the Lens of Resource Dependence Theory
This study applies resource dependence theory to address the question of how the critical resource dependence relationship emerges in the context of a university’s performance agreement. This study focuses on two Nordic ...
New Actors, Administrative Measures and Conflicting Agendas : The Impact of the Pandemic on Internationalisation of Higher Education in Poland and Russia
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2023-07-20)
The Polish and Russian higher education (HE) systems evolved from similar semi-peripheral positions and centralist administration into networks of actors whose collective but uncoordinated efforts steered the internationalisation ...
SJPA Special Issue Introduction : What Has Changed and What Remains? Institutional Shifts in Nordic Higher Education in the 2000s
In this special issue, four individual articles approach change and continuity in Nordic HE policy from different angles. Two of the articles explore ideational change in HE policies, outlining bold reforms of the national ...
Gender inequality in academic leadership : Bangladesh, China and Finland
The importance of gender equality in academic leadership has been widely recognised, yet this issue has been underexplored outside the Anglo-Saxon countries. In this systematic review, we analysed 62 academic articles on ...