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LEADERSHIP, HIGHER &  ADULT EDUCATION



Glen Jones
Professor

phone: (416) 978-8292
email: glen.jones@utoronto.ca  
website: http://www.glenjones.ca

Departments:
Centre for the Study of Canadian and International Higher Education
Dean's Office


Research Overview

My research focuses on policy and politics of higher education in Canada. I am interested in the relationships between institutions of higher education and government, the relationships between institutions, and the decision making processes within these institutions. Aside from the formal structures, I am curious about the role played by pressure groups and individuals both inside and outside the higher education community in influencing policy. My newest projects focus on university governance, including a SSHRC-funded national study of university governance and institutional autonomy and a national survey of university senates and senate members. I am also a member of the Canadian research team for the Changing Academic Professions international project that is studying faculty work. My publications include:Governance of Higher Education: Global Perspectives, Theories and Practices (with Ian Austin, 2015); Universities and Regional Development: A Critical Assessment of Tensions and Contradictions (2012); Canada's Universities Go Global; Higher Education in Canada: Different Systems, Different Perspectives; The University and the State: Reflections on the Canadian Experience; Governing Higher Education: National Perspectives on Institutional Governance and Creating Knowledge, Strengthening Nations. Other projects have been sponsored by UNESCO, the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada, the Bertelsmann Foundation, the Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario, Human Resources and Development Canada, and the Law Society of Upper Canada. In 2007 I was a Visiting Scholar at the Institute for Research in Higher Education at Fudan University, and in 2008 I was an Erasmus Mundi Visiting Scholar at the University of Oslo.


Representative Publications

Pennock, Lea, Jones, Glen A., Leclerc, J., and Li, Sharon (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.

Piché, Pierre & Jones, Glen A. (2016). Institutional Diversity in Ontario’s University Sector: A Policy Debate Analysis. Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 46 (3), 1-17.

Pinheiro, Romulo, Charles, David & Jones, Glen A. (2016).Translating strategy, values and identities in higher education: the case of multi-campus systems. Tertiary Education and Management, pp. 1-4.

Gopaul, Bryan, Jones, Glen A, Weinrib, Julian, Metcalfe, Amy S., Fisher, Don & Rubenstein, Kjell. (2016). The Academic Profession in Canada: Perceptions of Canadian University Faculty on Research and Teaching. Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 46(2), 55-77.

Pinheiro, Romulo, Charles, David, & Jones, Glen A. (2016). Equity, Institutional Diversity and Regional Development: A Cross-country Comparison. Higher Education, 72(3), 307-322. DOI 10.1007/s10734-015-9958-7.

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

Pinheiro, Romulo, Benneworth, Paul, and Jones, Glen A. (2015). Beyond the Obvious: Tensions and Volitions Surrounding the Role of Universities in Regional Development and Innovation. Handbook of Research on Global Competitive Advantage Through Innovation and Entrepreneurship (pp. 150-173). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Pinheiro, Romulo, Benneworth, Paul, and Jones, Glen A. (Eds.). (2012). Universities and Regional Development: A Critical Assessment of Tensions and Contradictions. New York and London: Routledge.