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Burton R. Clark
"University of California, Los Angeles"
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Burton R. Clark29
Estimated H-index: 29
("University of California, Los Angeles")
Chapter and section headings: List of Tables. Acknowledgments. Introduction. Pathways of Transformation. Entrepreneurial Pathways of University Transformation. Case Studies of European Innovative Universities. The Warwick Way: Transformation in an English Research University. The Twente Response: Construction of a Dutch Entrepreneurial University. The Strathclyde Phenomenon: Organizational Asserti...
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Burton R. Clark29
Estimated H-index: 29
("University of California, Los Angeles")
How can we compare national systems of higher education, since their organization varies from country to country? Clark identifies the basic elements common to all such systems, and proceeds to thematic comparisons among a number of countries.
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Burton R. Clark29
Estimated H-index: 29
("University of California, Berkeley")
An organizational saga is a collective understanding of a unique accomplishment based on historical exploits of a formal organization, offering strong normative bonds within and outside the organization. Believers give loyalty to the organization and take pride and identity from it. A saga begins as strong purpose, introduced by a man (or small group) with a mission, and is fulfilled as it is embo...
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2016 in Educational Researcher [IF: 3.83]
Burton R. Clark29
Estimated H-index: 29
("University of California, Los Angeles")
The American professoriate is enormously differentiated by discipline and type of institution on such primary dimensions of professionalism as patterns of work, identification, authority, career, and association. Integration across the professoriate no longer comes primarily from similarity of function and common socialization, but from the overlap of subcommunities and the mediating linkages prov...
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Burton R. Clark29
Estimated H-index: 29
("University of California, Los Angeles")
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Burton R. Clark29
Estimated H-index: 29
("University of California, Los Angeles")
Abstract My book, Creating Entrepreneurial Universities, based on mid‐1990s research in five European universities, set forth five “pathways of transformation” by which public universities assume a highly proactive stance. On the basis of further research that tracks developments in these institutions during the late 1990s, this paper presents a conceptual transition from transformation to sustain...
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Burton R. Clark29
Estimated H-index: 29
("University of California, Los Angeles")
Places of Inquiry identifies basic conditions and trends in modern systems of higher education that link or dissociate research, teaching, and student learning (“study”). The book is structured in two major parts. Part I, “Distinctive National Configurations of Advanced Education and Research Organization”, in five chapters organized by country, contrasts the national arrangements of the basic ele...
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Burton R. Clark29
Estimated H-index: 29
("University of California, Berkeley")
The factors contributing to the greatness of a first-rank liberal arts college are difficult to analyze. Hidden from view in the mysteries of tradition and institutional aura, the insistent questions remain: How has it been done? Can it still be done? In an intensive analysis of three highly regarded liberal arts colleges, Burton R. Clark uses a developmental approach to formal organization to see...
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Burton R. Clark29
Estimated H-index: 29
("University of California, Los Angeles")
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Burton R. Clark29
Estimated H-index: 29
("University of California, Los Angeles")
No issue is more basic in modem higher education than the relationship between research and teaching. And no issue occasions more superficial thought and retrogressive criticism both outside and inside the academy. In the United States, but not there alone, an incompatibility thesis has increasingly been voiced during the 1980s and early 1990s. We repeatedly hear assertions that when university pr...
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