Managerialism in Irish Universities

Abstract: ‘Managerialism’ is a term often used in relation to modern universities, sometimes as a neutral description of certain organisational techniques, sometimes as a pejorative expression. This article has three goals. Firstly, I suggest a reasonably precise definition of managerialism in this context. Secondly, against this definition I search for ‘managerialism’ in modern Irish university law …” (more)

[Steve Hedley, Irish Journal of Legal Studies, July issue]

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  1. Managerialism in Irish Universities (via Ninth Level Ireland) « Paddy Healy's Blog Says:

    […] Managerialism in Irish Universities (via Ninth Level Ireland) September 6, 2010 Paddy Healy Leave a comment Go to comments "Abstract: 'Managerialism' is a term often used in relation to modern universities, sometimes as a neutral description of certain organisational techniques, sometimes as a pejorative expression. This article has three goals. Firstly, I suggest a reasonably precise definition of managerialism in this context. Secondly, against this definition I search for 'managerialism' in modern Irish university law …" (more) [Steve Hedley, Irish Journal of Le … Read More […]

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