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CHEPS working paper series

The CHEPS working paper series provides a wider platform for novel research from the wider CHEPS family, including staff, associated students, seminar series participants and research visitors. The working papers are hosted in the University of Twente Institutional Repository, and represent novel material that has not been published elsewhere and without substantial external value added.

For further details or to propose a submission, please contact one of the series editors, Paul Benneworth, Katharina Lemmens-Krug or Franziska Eckardt.

2018

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2016

 2015

WP 1: What makes the difference? Analysing the regional component of the influence of university's structural configuration on its performance
WP 1: What makes the difference? Analysing the regional component of the influence of university's structural configuration on its performance
Sánchez-Barrioluengo, Mabel and Benneworth, Paul
WP 2: Between certainty and comprehensiveness in evaluating the societal impact of humanities research
WP 2: Between certainty and comprehensiveness in evaluating the societal impact of humanities research
Benneworth, Paul
WP 3: Understanding knowledge disclosure of bioscientists: more than a question of contextual and organizational ambidexterity?
WP 3: Understanding knowledge disclosure of bioscientists: more than a question of contextual and organizational ambidexterity?
Leisyte, Liudvika
WP 4: Openness and scientists' everyday research processes
WP 4: Openness and scientists' everyday research processes
Benneworth, Paul, Olmos-Peñuela, Julia & Martinez-Castro, Elena
WP 5: Centres of Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) as governing instruments in universities in England and Germany
WP 5: Centres of Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) as governing instruments in universities in England and Germany
Lemmens-Krug, Katharina
WP 6: Resources exchange patterns with diverse institutional partners within R&D collaborative relationships Access to reputation and funding
WP 6: Resources exchange patterns with diverse institutional partners within R&D collaborative relationships Access to reputation and funding
Africa Villanueva Felez; Paul Benneworth; Jordi Molas-Gallart
WP 7: Study success in higher education: male versus female students
WP 7: Study success in higher education: male versus female students
Kolster, Renze and Kaiser, Frans
WP 8: Understanding universities and entrepreneurship education: towards a comprehensive future research agenda
WP 8: Understanding universities and entrepreneurship education: towards a comprehensive future research agenda
Benneworth, Paul and Mike Osborne
WP 9: Reflections on performance agreements in higher education: practical considerations in delivering system-wide improvements
WP 9: Reflections on performance agreements in higher education: practical considerations in delivering system-wide improvements
Boer, Harry de and Jongbloed, Ben
WP 10: Involving universities in regional upgrading in the periphery: Lessons from Northern European Universities
WP 10: Involving universities in regional upgrading in the periphery: Lessons from Northern European Universities
Benneworth, Paul and Pinheiro, Romulo
WP 11: How academic entrepreneurship meets the university: spin-offs in stakeholder networks
WP 11: How academic entrepreneurship meets the university: spin-offs in stakeholder networks
Rasmussen, Einar Benneworth, Paul and Gulbrandsen, Magnus