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Introduction to the Special Issue on ‘University Governance and Creativity’

  • Georg Krücken (a1), Lars Engwall (a2) and Erik De Corte (a3)
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1. Bleiklie, I., Enders, J. and Lepori, B. (Eds) (2017) Managing Universities Policy and Organizational Change from a Western European Comparative Perspective (Palgrave Studies in Global Higher Education, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan); and J. Frost, F. Hattke and M. Reihlen (Eds) (2016) Multi-level Governance in Universities: Strategy, Structure, Control (New York: Springer).
2. Krücken, G. and Meier, F. (2006) Turning the university into an organizational actor. In: G. Drori, J. Meyer and H. Hwang (Eds.), Globalization and Organization (Oxford: Oxford University Press), pp. 241257.
3.See for example, Whitley, R., Gläser, J. and Engwall, L. (Eds) (2010) Reconfiguring Knowledge Production: Changing Authority Relationship in the Sciences and their Consequences for Intellectual Innovation (Oxford: Oxford University Press); and R. Whitley and J. Gläser (Eds) (2014) Organisational Transformation and Scientific Change: The Impact of Institutional Restructuring on Universities and Intellectual Innovation, Research in the Sociology of Organizations (Bingley: Emerald Group).
4. Bachelard, G. (1938) La Formation de l’esprit scientifique: Contribution à une psychanalyse de la connaissance objective (Paris: J. Vrin).
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