Resilience is ostensibly acknowledged as a cross-disciplinary issue, yet resilience has seldom been applied to the understanding of universities and the academic world. The contributions to this volume aim to fill this gap through the presentation of both theoretical and empirical studies. The book's title reflects the desire to extend the debate in new directions and to assemble a fresh set of models and tools for thinking about resilient universities. Bringing together a range of experts in the field, this collection marks a novel departure towards establishing a holistic approach to future university governance and adaptation.
|Place of Publication||OXFORD AND NEW YORD|
|Number of pages||412|
|Publication status||Published (in print/issue) - Nov 2013|
Bibliographical noteTHIS BOOK WAS DEVELOPED OUT OF CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION FOR INSTITUTIIONAL RESEARCH FORUM HELD IN STAVANGER, NORWAY, I 2013. SOME CONTRIBUTIONS WERE SPECIALLY COMMISSIONED FOR THE VOLUME.
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