Bugaian, Larisa

(Re)Discovering University Autonomy

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Table of contents

Part I. Introduction

1. The Challenge of University Autonomy
John E. Reilly, Romeo V. Turcan, Larisa Bugaian

Part II. Government-University Interface

2. Higher Education, Governance, and Academic Freedom
William M. Bowen, Michael Schwartz

3. Cultural and Constitutional Embeddedness of University Autonomy in Lithuania
Žilvinas Martinaitis, Simonas Gaušas, Agnė Paliokaitė

4. Higher Education in India at a Crossroads: The Imperative for Transcending Stagnation and Embracing Innovation
Sharad Sarin, Nikhilesh Dholakia

5. University Autonomy in the Age of Marketization
Colin Simpson, Marin Marinov

Part III. University-Academic Staff Interface

6. University-Staff Tensions in Implementing Human Resource Autonomy in Practice: The Example of Moldova
Larisa Bugaian, Ala Cotelnic, Angela Niculita, Daniela Pojar, Petru Todos, Romeo V. Turcan

7. Staff Evaluation Systems—Shaping Autonomy through Stakeholders
Mikael Collan, Jan Stoklasa, Jana Talasova

8. Institutional Financial Autonomy in Practice: A Departmental Perspective
Witold Szwebs

Part IV. Academic Staff-Students Interface

9. When Students Take the Lead
Erik Graaff, Jette Egelund Holgaard, Pia Bøgelund, Claus Monrad Spliid

10. Autonomy Produces Unintended Consequences: Funding Higher Education through Vouchers in Lithuania
Simona Švaikauskienė, Birutė Mikulskienė

Part V. University-Business Interface

11. Autonomy Mediated through University-Business Collaboration
Olav Jull Sørensen

12. Industry-Academia-Government Cooperation in Japan: The Pivotal Role of the University and Implications for Autonomy
Yukiko Yamaguchi, Nikhilesh Dholakia

Part VI. University-Internationalization Interface

13. Combining Internationalization and Autonomy: The Case of Russia
Andrei Panibratov, Lyubov Ermolaeva

14. Autonomy and the Realities of Internationalization at Australian Universities: An Institutional Logics Perspective
Mark Tayar, Robert Jack

15. University Internationalization and University Autonomy: Toward a Theoretical Understanding
Romeo V. Turcan, Valeria Gulieva

Part VII. Conclusions

16. (Re)Discovering University Autonomy
John E. Reilly, Romeo V. Turcan, Larisa Bugaian

Keywords: Education, Administration, Organization and Leadership, Higher Education, International Economics, Macroeconomics/Monetary Economics//Financial Economics, Organization, Social Sciences, general

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