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Karram Stephenson, G., Jones, G. A., Begin-Caouette, O., Metcalfe A.& Toor, A. (2017). Responding to Change Assessing Difference: A Review of the Literature on Professors at Canadian Universities. This review details the findings of research on Canadian professors from 1950-2017.

Gopaul, B., Jones, G. A, Weinrib, J., Metcalfe, A. S., Fisher, D. & Rubenstein, K. (2016). The Academic Profession in Canada: Perceptions of Canadian University Faculty on Research and Teaching. Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 46(2), 55-77.

Metcalfe, A. S., Fisher, D, Jones, G. A., Gingras, Y., Rubenson, K. & Snee, I. (2016) The changing academic profession in Canada: Personal characteristics, career trajectories, sense of identity/commitment and job satis­fac­tion. In J. F. Galaz-Fontes, A. Arimoto, U.Teichler, & J. Brennan (Eds.), Biographies and careers throughout academic life (pp. 105-120). Dord­­­­­recht: Springer.  

Field, C. C. and Jones, Glen A. (2016). A Survey of Sessional Faculty in Ontario Publicly Funded Universities. Toronto:  Centre for the Study of Canadian and International Higher Education, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto.

Marquina, Monica and Jones, Glen A. (2015). Generational Change and Academic Work: An Introduction. Studies in Higher Education, 40 (8), 1349-1353.

Field, C. C., Jones, G. A., Karram Stephenson, G., & Khoyetsyan, A. (2014). The "Other" University Teachers: Non-Full-Time Instructors at Ontario Universities. Toronto: Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario.

Field, C. C., Jones, G. A., Karram Stephenson, G. & Khoyetsyan, A. (2014). Les «autres» professeurs d’université: enseignants non à temps plein dans les universités de l’Ontario. Toronto: Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario.

Jones, G., Gopaul, B., Weinrib, J., Metcalfe, A. S., Fisher, D., Gingras, Y., & Rubenson, K (2014). Teaching, Research, and the Canadian Professoriate. In J. C. Shin, A. Arimoto, W. K. Cummings & U. Teichler (Eds.), Teaching and Research in Contemporary Higher Education: Systems, Activities and Rewards (pp. 335-356). Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer.

Jones, G. (2013). The Horizontal and Vertical Fragmentation of Academic Work and the Challenge for Academic Governance and Leadership. Asia Pacific Education Review. 14 (1), 75-83.

Weinrib, J., Jones, G., Metcalfe, A. S., Fisher, D., Gingras, Y., Rubenson, K., & Snee, I. (2013). Canada: Canadian university academics’ perceptions of job satisfaction - “…the future is not what it used to be.”  In P.J. Bentley, H. Coates, I. R. Dobson, L. Goedegebuure & V. Lynn Meek (Eds.),  Job satisfaction around the academic world (pp. 83-102)Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer.

Weinrib, Julian and Jones, Glen A. (2012). The Myth of the Academic Generation Gap: Comparing Junior and Single Faculty in Canada's Universities. Academic Matters (October, 2012, online).

Gopaul, Bryan, Jones, Glen A., and Weinrib, Julian (2012). The Changing Academic Profession in Canada: Perceptions of Canadian University Faculty on Teaching and Research. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario, May, 2012.

Jones, Glen A. and Weinrib, Julian (2012). The Organization of Academic Work and the Remuneration of Faculty at Canadian Universities. In P. Altbach et al, Paying the Professoriate: A Global Comparison of Compensation and Contracts (pp. 83-93). New York: Routledge.

Jones, Glen A. and Gopaul, Bryan  (2012). Doctoral Education and the Global University: Student Mobility, Hierarchy and Canadian Government Policy.  In Adam Nelson and Ian Wei (eds.), The Global University: Past, Present and Future Perspectives (pp. 189-209). New York: Palgrave Macmillan

Jones, Glen A., Weinrib, Julian, Metcalfe, Amy Scott, Fisher, Don, Rubenson, Kjell, & Snee, Iain. (2012). Academic Work in Canada: Perceptions of Early Career Academics. Higher Education Quarterly, 66 (2), 189-206.

Jones, Glen A. (2011). The Fragmentation of Academic Work and the Challenge for Academic Governance and Leadership. Paper presented at the World University Network's "Ideas and Universities" conference entitled "The Changing Roles of Academics and Administrators in Times of Uncertainty" hosted by the Hong Kong Institute for Education, Hong Kong, November 3-4, 2011.

Jones, Glen A. (2011). The Horizontal and Vertical Fragmentation of Academic Work: The Academic Profession in Canada and a Proposal for a New International Study. Paper presented at the International Workshop on the Changing Academic Profession organized by the Graduate School of Education, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan, China, November 12-14, 2011.

Jones, Glen A. (2007). The Academy as a Work in Progress. Academic Matters, April, 10-13.

Jones, Glen A. (2006). The Restructuring of Academic Work: Themes and Observations. Higher Education in Europe, 31(3) 317-325.
 
Jones, Glen A. (2006). Introduction to the issue. (Special guest-edited theme issue on “Complex Realities: Contractual Regulations and Institutional Employment Practices for Academic Staff.”) Higher Education in Europe, 31(3) 229-230.

Bell, Stephen & Jones, Glen A. (1992) Paid Consulting in Ontario Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology. Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 22(3), 1-13.

 

 

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