INTRANET

Higher education studies

Contact persons:

Jürgen Enders

1.

Becher, T., & Trowler, P.R. (Eds.). (2001). Academic Tribes and Territories: intellectual enquiry and the cultures of discipline. 2-nd ed. Buckingham: Open University Press.

2.

Becher, T., & Kogan, M. (Eds.). (1980). Process and structure in higher education: London: Heinemann.

3.

Goedegebuure, L., & File, J. (Eds.). (2002). The CHEPS inaugurals. Enschede: CHEPS, Universiteit Twente.

4.

Clark, B. R.(1983). The higher education system: academic organization in cross-national perspective. Berkeley: University of California Press.

5.

Kerr, C. (1963). The uses of the university. London: Harvard University Press.

6.

Trow, M. (1970). Reflections on the transition from elite to mass higher education. In: Daedalus : journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences Vol. 99 (1970), No. 1, pp. 1-42.

7.

Vught, F. van (Ed.). (1989). Governmental strategies and innovation in higher education. London: Jessica Kingsley

8.

Neave, G., & Vught, F.A. van (Eds.). (1991). Prometheus bound: the changing relationship between government and higher education in Western Europe. Oxford: Pergamon,