Towards a Multiversity?

Universities between Global Trends and National Traditions

All over the world new ideas and models emerge on how to organize the higher education sector and its institutions. The contributions in this volume identify the most influential transnational models and investigate their origins and mechanisms of dissemination as well as the resulting consequences for national systems. Will global trends in higher education lead to homogeneity or will they result in an increased differentiation? This question is addressed by higher education researchers with very different disciplinary and national backgrounds.

Contributors are, among others, Jürgen Enders, John W. Meyer, Christine Musselin and Kerstin Sahlin-Andersson.

Kapitel-Übersicht

  1. Frontmatter

    Seiten 1 - 4
  2. Contents

    Seiten 5 - 6
  3. Towards a Multiversity? Universities between Global Trends and National Traditions

    Seiten 7 - 16
  4. Part I: Universities in Modern Society. Towards a General Understanding

    Worldwide Expansion and Change in the University

    Seiten 19 - 44
  5. The University in Europe and the World: Twentieth Century Expansion

    Seiten 45 - 62
  6. Are Universities Specific Organisations?

    Seiten 63 - 84
  7. Part II: The Governance of Universities. Between State Regulations and Transnational Policy-Making

    State Models, Policy Networks, and Higher Education Policy. Policy Change and Stability in Dutch and English Higher Education

    Seiten 87 - 107
  8. Diversity Matters: A Lesson from a Post-Communist Country

    Seiten 108 - 131
  9. Doctoral Education in Europe: New Structures and Models

    Seiten 132 - 153
  10. Is a Global Organizational Field of Higher Education Emerging? Management Education as an Early Example

    Seiten 154 - 176
  11. Part III: University-Industry Relations. Historical Legacies and New Forms

    From Managerial to Entrepreneurial: Universities and the Appropriation of Corporate-Based Paradigms. An Historical Perspective from Europe and the United States

    Seiten 179 - 200
  12. Rationalization and the Utilization of Scientific Knowledge in German and U.S.-American Discourses

    Seiten 201 - 216
  13. The Cifre PhDs: A Tool for Mediation between Laboratories and Firms in the Humanities and Social Sciences

    Seiten 217 - 234
  14. Commodification or Rationalization? Yes, please! Technology Transfer Talk in the Canadian Context

    Seiten 235 - 259
  15. About the Contributors

    Seiten 260 - 264
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Georg Krücken

Georg Krücken, University of Kassel, Germany

Anna Kosmützky

Anna Kosmützky, Research Training Group »Entering the Knowledge Society« Bielefeld University, Germany

Marc Torka

Marc Torka, Institut für Sozialforschung, Frankfurt a.M., Deutschland

»Aufs Ganze gesehen gibt der Band einen repräsentativen Überblick zu aktuellen vergleichenden Untersuchungen der Hochschul- und Universitätsentwicklung.«
Manfred Stock, Soziologische Revue, 32/1 (2009)
Autor_in(nen)
Georg Krücken / Anna Kosmützky / Marc Torka (eds.)
Buchtitel
Towards a Multiversity? Universities between Global Trends and National Traditions
Verlag
transcript Verlag
Seitenanzahl
266
Ausstattung
kart., Klebebindung
ISBN
978-3-89942-468-3
DOI
Warengruppe
1572
BIC-Code
JNMN JNA
BISAC-Code
EDU036000 EDU040000 SOC026000
THEMA-Code
JNM JNA
Erscheinungsdatum
2006-12-27
Auflage
1
Themen
Globalisierung, Bildung, Wissenschaft
Adressaten
Sociology, Science Studies
Schlagworte
University, Higher Education, Globalization, Organization, Education, Science, Sociology of Education, Educational Research, Sociology

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