Governance of Higher Education explores the work of traditional and contemporary higher education scholarship worldwide, providing readers with an understanding of the assumptions, historical traditions, and paradigms that have shaped the scholarship on governance. Bringing together the vast and disparate writings that form the higher education governance literature-including frameworks drawn from a range of disciplines and global scholarship-this book synthesizes the significant theoretical, conceptual, and empirical scholarship to advance the research and practice of governance. Coverage includes the structures of governance, cultures and practices, the collegial tradition, the new managed environment of the academy, and the politics and processes of governance. As universities across the globe face a myriad of challenges and multiple stakeholder demands, Governance of Higher Education offers scholars, practitioners, and higher education graduate students an essential resource for advancing research and the practice of governance.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||7.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Ian Austin is the Deputy Director for Continuing and Professional Education at the University of the West Indies, Open Campus, Barbados.
Glen A. Jones is Ontario Research Chair in Postsecondary Education Policy and Measurement, and Professor of Higher Education at the University of Toronto, Canada.
Table of Contents
- Conceptualizing Governance in Higher Education
- Theories of Governance: Institutions, Agency and External Influences
- Theories of Governance: Structure, Culture and Internal Dynamics
- State-University Governance: Concepts, Perspectives and Shifting Tides
- State-University Governance in Selected Countries
- Academic Self-governance: Concepts, theories and practices
- Governance as Politics and Processes
- Governing the Managed Enterprise
- New Issues and Challenges in Governance
- Concluding Observations and Reflections