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Organization and Governance of UniversitiesIvar Bleiklie Department of Administration and Organization Theory WUN Ideas & Universities Virtual Seminar February 9, 2009
Organizational IdealsRepublic of Scholars Stakeholder Organization
International Trends Changing ideologies – Changing Practices?A global process – Converging Systems?
Main Structural ChangesStronger role for central authorities Creation of powerful managerial infrastructures Reduced internal co-determination Changing role of institutional leaders
Organizational PrinciplesProfessional self-regulation Representative democracy Bureaucratic steering Corporate management
Nature & mechanisms of changeRadical change – Structural design Organic growth – Gradual adaptation
Grand narratives Decay of Humboldtian idealsMode 2 and Triple Helix accounts
Development of autonomy after 1980A cross national comparison: UK – from high to low Sweden – from low to high Norway – gradual change and mixed outcomes
Government regulationDirect regulation Collegial decision making Market competition Random inspection
Knowledge regimes Academic capitalist regimesPublic managerialist regimes
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