Forming, Recruiting and Managing the Academic Profession by Ulrich Teichler, William K. Cummings

By Ulrich Teichler, William K. Cummings

This publication specializes in the alterations in educational careers and their implications for task attachment and the administration of educational paintings. opposed to the history of an ageing career, with assorted calls for on educational employees, expanding lack of confidence, responsibility and internationalisation, it discusses vital, universal topics intimately. This publication examines such points because the nature of educational careers and up to date alterations in careers, altering biographies, rewards of educational paintings resembling source of revenue and activity delight, internationalisation of the academy, and the agency and administration of educational paintings websites. This e-book is the second one of 2 books highlighting findings from learn at the educational career, significantly, the altering educational career learn and the ecu venture supported via the ecu technology beginning on adjustments within the educational career in Europe (EUROAC).
An tailored model of the CAP questionnaire has been used to hold out the survey in these nations that had no longer been concerned ahead of within the CAP survey. Altogether 19 nations are coated through the CAP undertaking and an extra seven ecu international locations are coated by means of EUROAC.

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During the recent decades an increasing number of countries’ higher education systems have grown and diversified (UNESCO 2004, 2008). F. S. ca © Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2015 U. K. F. S. Metcalfe economic competitiveness, different countries have engaged in significant efforts to increase access to higher education, make students’ learning more relevant to the world of work and, more frequently so, induce their higher education systems to increase their participation in their research, technology and innovation systems (Meek et al.

Ca © Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2015 U. K. F. S. Metcalfe economic competitiveness, different countries have engaged in significant efforts to increase access to higher education, make students’ learning more relevant to the world of work and, more frequently so, induce their higher education systems to increase their participation in their research, technology and innovation systems (Meek et al. 2009). While the “massification” of higher education is usually related to the growth and diversification of the student body (Trow 2001) and, on the other hand, the “capitalization” of academe is seen as a crucial factor in the segmentation of academic work (Slaughter and Rhoades 2004), less attention has been given to parallel enlargements in higher education institutions and the academics that staff them and must confront, in a very direct way, the general challenge of being more relevant to the work at hand (Kogan and Teichler 2007).

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