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Reading list

The Uses of the University: The Socio-economic Role of Higher Education

Compulsory reading

Higher education and the needs of society: a sociological perspective

Boer, H.F. de et al. (2002). Academia in the 21st century. An analysis of trends and perspectives in higher education and research. Part I. Adviesraad voor het Wetenschaps- en Technologiebeleid, Achtergrondstudie, 28, pp. 17-54.

http://www.awt.nl/nl/pdf/as28.pdf

Castells, M. (2001). “Universities as Dynamic Systems of Contradictory Functions”. In Muller, J., Cloete, N. & Badat, S. (eds.) Challenges of Globalisation. South African Debates with Manuel Castells. Cape Town: Maskew Miller Longman, pp. 206-223.

Neave, G. (1999). “Apocalypse now: the changing role of the university in the emerging information society”. In Tuijman, A. & Schuller, T. (eds.) Lifelong Learning Policy and Research. London: Portland Press, pp. 189-196.

Nowotny, H. (1995). “Mass Higher Education and Social Mobility: A Tenous Link”. In Dill, D.D. and Sporn, B. (eds.) Emerging Patterns of Social Demand and University Reform: Through a Glass Darkly. Oxford: Pergamon Press, pp. 72-89.

Teichler, U. (1991) “Towards a Highly Educated Society”. Higher Education Policy, 4(4), pp. 11-20.

Quality, efficiency and equity: the contribution of economic theory to higher education research

CPB/CHEPS (2001), Higher education reform: Getting the incentives right. The Hague: SDU:

chapter 2 (Economics of Higher Education), pp. 35-51.

http://www.cpb.nl/nl/pub/bijzonder/29/bijz29.pdf

Jongbloed, B. (2003), Marketisation in higher education: A closer look at Clark’s triangle, Higher Education Quarterly (to be published), pp. 1-18.

Jongbloed, B.W.A. & J.J. Vossensteyn (2001), Keeping up Performances: an international survey of performance-based funding in higher education, Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, Vol. 23, No. 2, pp. 127-145.

Barr, N. (2002), Funding higher education: policies for access and quality. House of Commons Education and Skills Committee. Sixth Report of Session 2001-2002, HC445, Ev 19-35. London: The Stationery Office, pp. 1-31.

http://econ.lse.ac.uk/staff/nb/Barr_Selcom020424.pdf

­­The Role of Higher Education in Constructing Knowledge Societies: issues of access and equity

Salmi, J. (2002).Constructing Knowledge Societies: New Challenges for Tertiary Education. World Bank. http://www.worldbank.org/education/tertiary.

Hirsch, W.Z. (2002). Universities and the Global Village: an introductory overview. In: Hirsch, W.Z. & L. Weber (eds.). As the Walls of Academia are Tumbling Down. London: Economica. Pp. 1-9.

Rosovsky, H. (2002). No Ivory Tower: University and Society in the Twenty-First Century. In: Hirsch, W.Z. & L. Weber (eds.). As the Walls of Academia are Tumbling Down. London: Economica. Pp. 13-30.

­­­­­­­­­­­­Trading public good in the higher education market

Newman, F., L. Couturier & J. Scurry (2003). Introductory Chapter to Forthcoming Book, Jossey-Bass.

http://www.utwente.nl/cheps/documenten/susu3chapter.pdf


Newman, F. and L. Couturier (2002).
Trading Public Good in the Higher Education Market. The Observatory on Borderless Higher Education. http://www.futuresproject.org/publications/observatory.pdf.

Meek, Lynn V (2002). On The Road to Mediocrity? Governance and Management of Australian Higher Education in the Marketplace. In: Amaral, Alberto, Jones, Glen A., and Karseth, Berit (eds.), Governing Higher Education: National Perspectives on Institutional Governance, Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 253—278.

http://www.utwente.nl/cheps/documenten/susu3meek.pdf


The Futures Project.
Privileges Lost, Responsibilities Gained: Reconstructing Higher Education, Report of a Global Symposium on the Future of Higher Education, January 14-15, 2001, http://www.futuresproject.org/publications/privileges_final.pdf.

Collis, D. (1999). When Industries Change Revisited: New Scenarios for Higher Education.
Forum for the Future of Higher Education, September 1999.

http://www.utwente.nl/cheps/documenten/susu3collis.pdf

Newman, F. (2000). Saving Higher Education's Soul.
Change, September-October, pp. 16-23.

http://www.utwente.nl/cheps/documenten/susu3soul.pdf

Berdahl, R. (2002).
State Boundaries in Public Higher Education: Reconciling Flexibility and Firmness. California State University, Sacramento Conference, September 26-27, 2002.

http://www.utwente.nl/cheps/documenten/susu3berdahl.pdf

Recommended for further reading

CPB/CHEPS (2001), Higher education reform: Getting the incentives right. The Hague: SDU:

chapter 3 (Tuition fees and accessibility: the Australian HECS), pp. 53-66 (*)

chapter 5 (Public funding of higher education: the Danish taximeter model), pp. 85-99 (*)

chapter 6 (Public funding of academic research: the Research Assessment Exercise of the UK) pp. 101-117 (*)

http://www.cpb.nl/nl/pub/bijzonder/29/bijz29.pdf

Dahlman, C. (2001). Monitoring the Republic of Korea’s Implementation of the Strategy for the Transition to a Knowledge-Based Economy. World Bank. http://www.worldbank.org/wbi/knowledgefordevelopment/policy.html#korea

Dill, D.D. & Sporn, B. (1995). “University 2001: What will the University of the Twenty-First Century Look Like?”. In Dill, D.D. and Sporn, B. (eds.) Emerging Patterns of Social Demand and University Reform: Through a Glass Darkly. Oxford: Pergamon Press, pp. 212-236.

Enders. J. (1999) “Crisis? What crisis? The academic profession in the ‚knowledge‘ society‘”, Higher Education, 38(1), 71-81.

Enders, J. & Fulton, O. (eds.) (2002): Higher Education in a Globalising World. International Trends and Mutual Observations. Dordrecht: Kluwer.

Etzkowitz, H. & Leydesdorff, L. (Eds.) (1997). Universities and the Global Knowledge Economy: A Triple Helix of University-Industry-Government Relations. London: Cassell Academic.

European Commission (2003d). Communication from the Commission. The role of universities in the Europe of knowledge. COM(2003) 58 final. Brussels.

http://www.bris.ac.uk/eua2003/reports/com-role_of_universities.pdf

Kerr, Clark (1982) The Uses of the University. Cambridge/London: Harvard University Press (3rd edition).

Newman, F. & J. Curry (2001). The Futures project.

Higher education in the digital rapids. 41 p.

http://www.utwente.nl/cheps/documenten/susu3digitalrapidsreport1.pdf

Shavit, Y. & Blossfeld, H.P. (1993) (eds.) Persistent inequality: changing educational attainment in thirteen countries. Boulder: Westview Press.

Teichler, U., Hartung, D. & Nuthmann, R. (1980) Higher education and the needs of society: a study prepared for the International Labour Office within the framework of the World Employment Programme. Windsor: NFER Publ.

Weert, E. de (1999). “Contours of the emergent knowledge society: Theoretical debate and implications for higher education research”. Higher Education, 38(1), 49-69.

Weingart, P. (1997. “From ‘Finalization’ to ‘Mode 2’: old wine in new bottles?”. Social Science Information, 36(4), 591-613.