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Members’ publications

Some published and forthcoming publications on research and higher education from our members (please contact them if you cannot/have no access) :

  • Barrett, Beverly (2013) ‘Comparative Regional Perspectives: The Bologna Process and Higher Education Attainment’, Miami: European Union Center of Excellence, here
  • Bertelsen, Rasmus G. (2012) ‘Private Foreign-Affiliated Universities, the State and Soft Power: the American University of Beirut and the American University in Cairo’, Foreign Policy Analysis, 8: 293-311, here
  • Bertelsen, Rasmus G. (2012) ‘The Effect of Public and Private Decisions on University Governance on the Transnational Relations of American-Associated Universities in the Middle East’, Revue des mondes musulmans et de la Mediterranee, 131: 45-63, here
  • Chou, Meng-Hsuan and Ase Gornitzka (forthcoming) Building the Knowledge Economy in Europe: New Constellations in European Research and Higher Education, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
  • Chou, Meng-Hsuan (2012) ‘Constructing an Internal Market for Research through Sectoral and Lateral Strategies: Layering, the European Commission and the Fifth Freedom’, Journal of European Public Policy, 19(7): 1052-1070, here
  • Coccia, Mario (2012) ‘Political economy of R&D to support the modern competitiveness of nations and determinants of economic optimization and inertia’, Technovation, 32(6): 370-379, here
  • Coccia, Mario (2010) ‘Democratization is the driving force for technological and economic change’ in Technological Forecasting & Social Change, 77(2), February: 248-264, here
  • Dang, Que Anh (2013). ASEM – the Modern Silk Road: travelling ideas for education reforms and partnerships between Asia and Europe, Comparative Education 49(1): 107-19, here
  • De Groof, Jan and Ch Glenn (2012) Balancing Freedom, Autonomy, and Accountability in Education, 4 volumes, Nijmegen, NL: Wolf Legal Publishers
  • De Groof, Jan and G Lauwers (2004) No person shall be denied the right to education, Nijmegen, NL: Wolf Legal Publishers
  • Elken, Mari and Martina Vukasovic (forthcoming) ‘Dynamics of voluntary policy coordination: actors and networks in the Bologna Process’ in Meng-Hsuan Chou and Ase Gornitzka (eds.) Building the Knowledge Economy in Europe, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
  • Elken, Mari and Bjorn Stensaker (2011) ‘Policies for quality in higher education – Coordination and consistency in EU policy-making 2000-2010’, European Journal of Higher Education, 1(4), here
  • Flink, Tim and Ulrich Schreiterer (2010) ‘Science Diplomacy at the Intersection of S&T Policies and Foreign Affairs. Toward a Typology of National Approaches’, Science & Public Policy,37(9): 665-677, here
  • Gideon, Andrea (2012) ‘Higher Education Institutions and EU Competition Law’, Competition Law Review, 8, here
  • Graf, Lukas (2009) ‘Applying the Varieties of Capitalism Approach to Higher Education: Comparing the Internationalization of German and British Universities’, European Journal of Education, 44(4): 569-585, here
  • Hessels, Laurens K (2013) ‘Coordination in the science system: theoretical framework and a case study of an intermediary organization’, Minerva, here
  • Huisman, J., C. Adelman, C.-C.Hsieh, F. Shams & S. Wilkins (2012), Europe’s Bologna process and its impact on global higher education. In: D.K. Deardorff, H. de Wit, J.D. Heyl & T. Adams (eds.), The Sage handbook of international higher education. Los Angeles: Sage, pp. 81-100
  • Kehm, B.M., J. Huisman, B. Stensaker (eds. 2009), The European Higher Education Area: Perspectives on a moving target. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers
  • Klemencic, Manja (2012) ‘The changing conceptions of student participation in HE governance in the EHEA’, in Adrian Curaj, Sir Peter Scott, Lazar Vlasceanu, Lesley Wilson (eds.) European Higher Education at the crossroads – Between the Bologna Process and national reforms, Heidelberg: Springer
  • Komljenovic, Janja and K Miklavic (forthcoming) ‘Imagining higher education in the European knowledge economy: Discourse and ideas in communications of the EU’, in P Zgaga, U Teichler, and J Brennan (eds.) The globalization challenge for European Higher Education: Convergence and Diversity, Centres and Peripheries, Bern: Peter Lang
  • Magalhaes, AM, Amelia Veiga, Filipa M Ribeiro, S Sousa, Rui Santiago (2013) ‘Creating a common grammar for European higher education governance’, Higher Education, 65(1): 95-112, here
  • Maassen, P, M Nerland, R Pinheiro, B Stensaker, A Vabo and M Vukasovic (eds.) (2012) The Effects of Higher Education Reforms, London: Sense Publishers, here
  • Melin, Göran and Rickard Danell (2006) ‘The top eight percet: development of approved and rejected applicants for a prestigious grant in Sweden’, Science and Public Policy, 33(10): 702-712, here
  • Melin, Göran and Kerstin Janson (2006) ‘What skills and knowledge should a PhD have? Changing preconditions for PhD education and post doc work’, in Ulrich Teichler (ed.) The Formative Years of Scholars, Wenner-Gren International Studies, Volume 83, London: Portland Press, here
  • Meulen, Barend van der (2002) ‘Europeanization of Research and the Role of Universities: An Organizational-Cultural Perspective’, Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research, 15(4): 341-355, here
  • Nokkala, Terhi (2012) ‘Institutional autonomy and the attractiveness of the European Higher Education Area – facts or tokenistic discourse?’, in Adrian Curaj, Sir Peter Scott, Lazar Vlasceanu, Lesley Wilson (eds.) European Higher Education at the crossroads – Between the Bologna Process and national reforms, Heidelberg: Springer, pp. 59-81
  • Nokkala, Terhi, B Heller-Schuh and M Paier (2011) ‘Ranking lists and European Framework Programmes: Does university status matter for performance in Framework Programmes?’, in P Teixeira and D Dill (eds.) Public Vices, Private Virtues? Assessing the Effects of Marketization in Higher Education, Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, pp. 111-140
  • O’Shea, É (2013) ‘First Steps to Developing Service Learning Initiatives using Emancipatory Action Research’, The Australasian Journal of University-Community Engagement, 8(1): 25-50, here
  • Paris, Marie-Luce (forthcoming) ‘The Internationalisation of Legal Education in Ireland’, Report for the XIXth Congress of the International Academy of Comparative Law
  • Paris, Marie-Luce (2009) ‘Challenging Exchange Programs: Studying the Common Law and Civil Law Systems in Joint Law Degree’, European Journal of Legal Education, 5(1): 47-57
  • Pavlenko, Sonia and Cristina Bojan (2011) ‘The Idea of University Reshaped by the Bologna Process’, AUDEM – The International Journal of Higher Education and Democracy, 2(1): 38-47, here
  • Pfister, Thomas (2009) ‘Governing the Knowledge Society. Studying Lisbon as Epistemic Setting’, European Integration Online Papers, special issue 1(13), here
  • Pinheiro, R (2013) ‘Bridging the local with the global: Building a new university on the fringes of Europe’, Tertiary Education and Management, 19(2), here
  • Powell, Justin JW, Bernhard, N and Lukas Graf (2012) ‘The Emerging European Model in Skill Formation: Comparing Higher Education and Vocational Training in the Bologna and Copenhagen Processes’, Sociology of Education, 85(3): 240-258, here
  • Powell, Justin JW and H Solga (2010) ‘Analyzing the Nexus of Higher Education and Vocational Training in Europe: A Comparative-Institutional Framework’, Studies in Higher Education, 35(6): 705-721, here
  • Ravinet, Pauline (2012) ‘European Coordination Alla Bolognese – Notes on the instrumentation of the European Higher Education Area’, Revue francaise de science politique (in English), 61(1): 19-42, here
  • Redclift, Michael, Elizabeth Shove, Barend van der Meulen, Sujatha Raman (2000) Social Environmental Research in the European Union, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
  • Ulnicane, Inga (2013) Influence of institute governance on international research collaboration, here
  • Ulnicane, Inga (2007) The Lisbon Strategy for Promoting Knowledge and Innovation, here
  • Neave, Guy and Veiga, Amélia, (2013). “The Bologna Process: inception, ‘take up’ and ‘familiarity”, Higher Education, vol. 66, no. 1, pp 59-77. DOI: 10.1007/s10734-012-9590-8.
  • Veiga, Amélia (2012). “Bologna, 2010, the moment of truth?” European Journal of Education, vol. 47, no. 3, pp.378-391.
  • Xhaferri, Elona (2012) ‘Overview of Higher Education and Research Systems in the Western Balkans, State of Play of the Bologna Process in the Tempus Partner Countries’, a Tempus Study, here
  • Young, Mitchell (2012) ‘Multi-level Steering and Institution Building: The European Union’s approach to research policy’, European Educational Research Journal, 11(4): 570-585, here
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