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Academic Publishing  

Samantha J. Rayner

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Apr 2019
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May 2019
This chapter on academic publishing covers the origins of the field; the impact of the two major drivers of change—the printing press and the Internet—on the spread of knowledge; Open ... More

Business Groups and the State: The Politics of Expansion, Restructuring, and Collapse  

Ben Ross Schneider

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Aug 2010
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Sep 2010
Business groups combine empirically a variety of features that have fascinated researchers from a range of disciplines. However, debate and theorizing, both generally and in relation to ... More

Corporate Governance and Nonprofits: Facing up to Hybridization and Homogenization  

Jenny Harrow and Susan D. Phillips

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Mar 2013
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Jul 2013
This chapter discusses the context of nonprofit organizations, which are under pressure to demonstrate how they act for the benefit of the public in transparent ways with obvious impact. It ... More

Critical Factors and Forces Influencing Higher Education in the Twenty-First Century  

Antony Drew, Gordon Redding, and Trevor Harley

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Jun 2019
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Jul 2019
This chapter acts as a bridge between the previous chapters which focus on education and societal evolution plus the main types of university seen in terms of strategic autonomy; and the ... More

Governments And Management Consultants: Supply, Demand, And Effectiveness  

Denis Saint-Martin

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Mar 2012
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Sep 2012
This article considers the role of consultants in public service reforms in different European and North American countries. It first studies the supply and demand for consultants. It then ... More

Higher Education Finance: Global Realities, Policy Options, and Common Misunderstandings  

D. Bruce Johnstone

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Jun 2019
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Jul 2019
HE costs are driven upwards beginning at the institutional level with rising per-student costs. Rising unit costs are then magnified at the national or system level in most countries by ... More

Leading in Higher Education  

Maurits van Rooijen

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Jun 2019
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Jul 2019
This chapter considers the higher education leader’s perspective in conjunction with the following themes: (1) the leader as a change agent, responding to mega trends (globalization, ... More

Libraries  

Alex Holzman and Sarah Kalikman Lippincott

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Apr 2019
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May 2019
Public and academic libraries have been among the very best customers for publishers. The publisher–library relationship is effectively symbiotic with mutual benefits. However, the digital ... More

Managing a University in Turbulent Times  

Gordon Redding, Antony Drew, and Trevor Harley

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Jun 2019
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Jul 2019
Universities are a distinct organizational type, evolved for a particular set of purposes and resting essentially on the allocation of influence to scholars, within a supporting ... More

Policy and Practice in University–Business Relations  

Ewart Keep

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Jun 2019
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Jul 2019
Policy, driven by simple readings of human capital theory, expects universities to deliver skilled labour to drive productivity growth and competitiveness. This approach ignores the wider ... More

Private Provision of Public Services: The Case of Australia’s Motorways  

Demi Chung

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Apr 2017
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Sep 2017
The first public–private partnership (PPP) motorway in Australia was open to traffic more than two decades ago, and yet no comprehensive evaluation of PPPs in the road transport sector has ... More

Public Service Quality Improvement  

John Øvretveit

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Jun 2007
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Sep 2009
In many respects quality originated as a collection of poorly theorized methods which were developed through practice in the workplace. The “quality movement” was built by adherents who ... More

Public–Private Partnerships in Business and Government  

Carsten Greve

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Feb 2010
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May 2010
This article aims to examine the various definitions and categories of the concept of public–private partnerships (PPPs), the nature of the recent debate in the disciplines of economics, ... More

Regulation Inside Government: Retro‐Theory Vindicated or Outdated?  

Martin Lodge and Christopher Hood

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Sep 2010
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Sep 2010
Regulation is a word that has gained a wide currency in discussions of public sector reform over the past thirty years or so. Many have claimed that increased formal regulation of public ... More

Strategic Use of Regulation  

Cento Veljanovski

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Sep 2010
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Sep 2010
The focus of this article is the strategic use of regulation by industry and regulators, and the rules and procedures that have been and can be put in place to reduce wasteful attempts to ... More

Strategy in Service Organizations  

Susan Segal-Horn

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Apr 2006
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Sep 2009
This article aims to emphasize the economic importance of the service sector, to explain those factors which make services different from products, to apply strategic management concepts ... More

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