The fascination with the commercial value of research, coupled with the rise of neo-liberal 'new public management' in the public sector, has led to the rise of a managerial class in the university. These essays focus on the widespread use of business models and market principles that have undermined the automy of the professoriate.
Hans G. Schuetze is a Fellow at the Centre for Policy Studies in Higher Education and Training at the University of British Columbia. He is also a Senior Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Glasgow. William Bruneau isa Professor Emeritusat the University of British Columbia. Garnet Grosjean is a Lecturer in the Department of Educational Studies and Academic Coordinator for the Doctor of Leadership and Policy program at the University of British Columbia.
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Adult & Further Education
International and Development Education
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XVI, 266 p.
Garnet Grosjean, Hans G. Schuetze, William Bruneau