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Governance

Resources and Publications

Books

Governance of Higher EducationAustin, Ian, and Jones, Glen A. (2015). Governance of Higher Education: Global Perspectives, Theories and Practices. New York: Routledge.


 

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Amaral, Alberto, Jones, Glen A., and Karseth, Berit (Eds.) (2002). Governing Higher Education: National Perspectives on Institutional Governance. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer.

 

 

 

 

Papers
 

Pennock, Lea, Jonesl Glen A., Leclerc, Jeff M., and Li, Sharon X. (2016). Challenges and Opportunities for Collegial Governance at Canadian Universities: Reflections on a Survey of Academic Senates. Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 46 (3). 73-89.

Pennock, Lea, Jones, Glen A., Leclerc, Jeff M., and Li, Sharon X. (2015). Assessing the Role and Structure of Academic Senates in Canadian Universities, 2000-2012. Higher Education, 70(3), 503-518. DOI 10.1007/s10734-014-9852-8

Bégin-Caouette, Olivier and Jones Glen A. (2014) Student Organizations in Canada and Quebec's 'Maple Spring. Studies in Higher Education.

Jones, Glen A. (2013). Governing Quality: Positioning Student Learning as a Core Objective of Institutional and System-Level Governance.  International Journal of Chinese Higher Education, 2 (2), 189-203. The journal website can be found here.

Jones, Glen A. (2013). Trends in Academic Governance in Canada. In Richard Kool (ed.), Academic Governance 3.0: What Could It Be? How Can We Get There (pp. 6-12). Vancouver: Confederation of University Faculty Associations of British Columbia.

Pennock, L, Jones, G. A., Leclerc, J. M., and Li, S. S. (2012). “Academic Senates and University Governance in Canada: Changes in Structure and Perceptions of Senate Members.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Consortium of Higher Education Researchers, Belgrade, Serbia, September 10-12, 2012.

Côté, André C., Jones, Glen A., and Shapiro, Bernard J. (2011). Strengthening Governance At Concordia: A Collective Challenge. Report of the External Governance Review Committee. Montreal: Concordia University. The French version can be found here.

Metcalf, Amy S. , Fisher, Donald, Rubenson, Kjell, Snee, Iain, Gingras, Yves, and Jones, Glen A. (2011).  Canada: Perspectives on Governance and Management. In William Locke, William K. Cummings, and Donald Fisher (Eds.), Governance and Management of Higher Education Institutions: Perspectives of the Academy (pp. 151-174). Dordrecht, The Netherlands, Springer.

Jones, Glen A., and Oleksiyenko, Anatoly (2011). The Internationalization of Canadian University Research: A Global Higher Education Matrix Analysis of Multi-level Governance. Higher Education, 61(1), 41-57.

Jones, Glen A. (2010). Governing Higher Education: Current Themes and Issues. Paper presented at the conference entitled Foro National de la Calidad Educativa 2010, organized by the Ministry of Education, Government of Colombia, Bogota, Colombia, July 27-29, 2010. A Spanish translation of this paper was published as: Jones, Glen A. (2010). Governanda la educación superior: temas y problemas actuales (Governing Higher Education: Current Themes and Issues). Revista International Magisterio (in Spanish). 45, 40-45

Shanahan, Theresa, and Jones, Glen A. (2007). Shifting Roles and Approaches: Government Coordination of Postsecondary Education in Canada from 1995 to 2006. Higher Education Research and Development, 26(1) 31-43.

Jones, Glen A., Shanahan, Theresa, and Goyan, Paul (2004). The Academic Senate and University Governance in Canada. Canadian Journal of Higher Education 34 (2), 35-68.

Amaral, Alberto, Jones, Glen A. and Karseth, Berit. (2002). Governing Higher Education: Comparing National Perspectives. In Governing Higher Education: National Perspectives on Institutional Governance. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers (pp. 279-298).

Jones, Glen A., Shanahan, Theresa, and Goyan, Paul. (2002). Traditional Governance Structures - Current Policy Pressures: The Academic Senate and Canadian Universities. Tertiary Education and Management, 8(1), 29-45.

Jones, Glen A. (2002). The Structure of University Governance in Canada: A Policy Network Approach. In Amaral, Alberto, Jones, Glen A. and Karseth, Berit (Eds.), Governing Higher Education: National Perspectives on Institutional Governance. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers (pp. 213-234).

Jones, Glen A., Shanahan, Theresa, and Goyan, Paul. (2001). University Governance in Canadian Higher Education. Tertiary Education and Management, 7(2), 135-148.

Jones, Glen A. (1998). University-Government Relations in Canada: A Brief Review of the “Traditional” Literature. In Glen A. Jones (Ed.), The University and the State: Reflections on the Canadian Experience (pp. 5-30). CHERD/CSSHE Reader Series Number 4. Winnipeg: Centre for Higher Education Research and Development, University of Manitoba, and the Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education.
 
Anderson, Barb, and Jones, Glen A. (1998). Organizational Capacity and Political Activities of Canadian University Faculty Associations. Interchange, 29(4), 439-461.

Jones, Glen A. and Skolnik, M. L. (1997) Governing Boards in Canadian Universities. Review of Higher Education, 20 (3), 277-295.

Jones, Glen A. & Skolnik, Michael L. (1995). Governing Boards in Canadian Universities: Characteristics, Role, Function, Accountability, and Representativeness. ASHE Annual  Meeting Series, ERIC ED 391413.

Jones, Glen A. (1995). Student Pressure: A National Survey of Canadian Student Organizations. Ontario Journal of Higher Education - 1995, 93-106.

 
Presentations

Jones, Glen A. (2014). What Makes University Governance Different? Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Council of Ontario University Secretaries, Toronto, November 6, 2014.

 

 

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