Change in the University: A Result of Travelling Ideas?
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This article explores the introduction of a “common market” of education, a large-scale institutional reform process that has influenced the organisation of teaching at the University of Copenhagen (KU) since 2009. The “common market” policy, I argue, is a result of intense negotiations between key players, their specific positions, and their interests rather than an example of a “travelling idea” (Czarniawska and Joerges 1996). Ideas travel only if and when someone has a vested interest in them.
|Number of pages||16|
|Publication status||Published - 22 Sep 2015|
- Faculty of Social Sciences - change management , Denmark , higher education reform , management of education
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