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Editorial
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av John B. Krejsler og Lejf Moos
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av Hannu Simola
This article is a theoretical deliberation aimed at enhancing understanding of how the trans-national meets the national and the local in university governance. Given the conceptualisations of policy technologies ...
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av Susan Wright
Scandinavian governments are considering methods to assess and rank universities' research output as a basis for allocating research funding. They look to methods developed elsewhere. This article reviews British official ...
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av Staffan Larsson
The Humboltian image of an independent academic is challenged by the recent developments in the governance of universities. Digital technology has produced new tools for the surveillance and steering of ...
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av Agnès Van Zanten
In the French context, competition between research knowledge and state knowledge in terms of the interpretations of society has existed for a long time. This is due to several factors ...
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av Gita Steiner-Khamsi
How do organizations learn and how do new reform strategies in education emerge? This article suggests that educational reforms are cyclical in that they follow a trial-and-error pattern ...
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