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Knowledge, Higher Education, and the New Managerialism

The Changing Management of UK Universities

by Rosemary Deem

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Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Organization & management of education,
  • Universities / polytechnics,
  • Political Science,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Politics/International Relations,
  • Europe,
  • Administration - General,
  • Higher,
  • Political Science / Public Affairs & Administration,
  • Europe - General,
  • Public Affairs & Administration,
  • Administration,
  • Education, Higher,
  • Great Britain,
  • Universities and colleges

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages250
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10146319M
    ISBN 100199265909
    ISBN 109780199265909

    Knowledge, Higher Education and the New Managerialism: The Changing Management of UK Universities. / Deem, R; Hillyard, S.; Reed, M. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Like many social science concepts, new managerialism has been extensively used by many academics, with varying definitions, in relation to the management regimes, rhetorics, and practices found in a number of different public services, from health to higher education (Ferlie et al. ; Deem , ; Ferlie ), in a wide range of countries.. This extends beyond the global north because.

    Book Title: New Managerialism in Education: Commercialization, Carelessness and Gender. ISBN Author: Kathleen Lynch, Bernie Grummell and Dympna Devine. Publisher: Palgrave.   * Analysis of changes in the management and organization of professional academic work in British universities in recent years * Looks at the impact of 'New Managerialism' and 'New Public Management' * Examines the implications of mass higher education and increasing expectations that universities should generate income * Develops a critical response to the concept of the .

    This chapter has five purposes. First, to provide a general theoretical orientation and framework to analyse changes in UK higher education at the institutional, organizational, and individual academic and manager-academic levels. Second, to provide an analytical narrative about the emergence and subsequent development of ‘New Managerialism’ (NM). Third, to review the discursive strategies Author: Rosemary Deem. Downloadable! The present study describes the changes in the traditional European model of higher education, its successes as well as failures. The remarkable expansion of higher education in Europe during the postwar period was the result of a shared belief in the virtue of higher education per se. The traditional model of higher education assumes a stable relationship of fair exchange Author: François X. Merrien.


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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1). Knowledge, Higher Education, and the New Managerialism The Changing Management of UK Universities Rosemary Deem, Sam Hillyard, and Michael Reed. Analysis of changes in the management and organization of professional academic work in British universities in recent years; Looks at the impact of 'New Managerialism' and 'New Public Management'.

The nature of Higher Education in the UK has changed over the last three decades. Academics can no longer be said to carry out their work in ‘ivory towers’, as increasing government intervention and a growing ‘target culture’ has changed the way they work.

Increasingly universities have transformed from ‘communities of scholars’ to ‘workplaces’. Get this from a library. Knowledge, higher education, and the new managerialism: the changing management of UK universities.

[Rosemary Deem; Sam Hillyard; M I Reed] -- "The nature of Higher Education has changed over the last three decades. Academics can no longer be said to carry out their work in 'ivory towers', as increasing government intervention and a growing.

The chapters in this book focus on how higher education can cultivate and promote a more inclusive and equitable environment in higher education, especially with regard to gender diversity as well Author: Rosemary Deem.

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Book. Knowledge, Higher Education, and the New Managerialism Rosemary Deem, Sam Hillyard and Michael Reed. "New managerialism" is emerging as a dominant force in British higher education, according to a two-year study into the running of universities.

A team led by Rosemary Deem, professor of education at Bristol University, has conducted interviews with more than senior academics and administrators from 16 universities and held focus group. Marc Spooner and James McNinch write about their new edited book: Spooner & McNinch () Dissident Knowledge in Higher Education (https: As audit culture and governmentality spread, they give rise to a new managerialism set on measuring us against rigid conceptions of research and impact, regardless of how inappropriate, unethical, or.

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Knowledge, Higher Education, and the New Managerialism: The Changing Management of UK Universities. The nature of Higher Education in the UK has changed over the last three ics can no longer be said to carry out their work in.

New managerialism and public services reform: from regulated autonomy to institutionalized distrust --The changing context of university knowledge work: the UK higher education system from the s to the twenty-first century --The knowledge worker and the divided university --Manager-academic identities, practices, and careers in the.

‘new managerialism’, and tries to relate this to changes in the United Kingdom’s higher education policies as well as to more specific changes in the organisational regimes and. In Dissident Knowledge in Higher Education, editors Marc Spooner and James McNinch bring together contributors including Noam Chomsky, Linda Tuhiwai Smith and Eve Tuck to offer critical perspectives on the impact of neoliberalism and new managerialism on ed in rigorous research, this is a worthy read for scholars, policymakers and education practitioners, writes Khalaf.

In Dissident Knowledge, Noam Chomsky, Linda Tuhiwai Smith, Yvonna S. Lincoln, and others delve into the effects of colonialism, neoliberalism, and audit culture on higher education.

They present promising avenues of resistance and show how to shape, reinvent, and construct life for faculty in institutions that serve as both a safe harbour and. It is much more difficult to acquire a knowledge of higher education policy and use it to manage real institutions with their complex demands.

Let us take an example from the editors’ own introduction, in which they say that “managerialism is ‘the organizational form of neo-liberalism’”. The restructuring of state education systems in many OECD countries during the last two decades has involved a significant shift away from an emphasis on administration and policy to an emphasis on “new managerialism” has drawn theoretically, on the one hand, on the model of corporate managerialism and private sector management styles, and, on public choice Cited by: