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Go Global Book CoverTrilokekar, Roopa Desai, Jones, Glen A. and Shubert, Adrian (Eds.). (2009). Canada’s Universities Go Global. Toronto: James Lorimer and Company.

Fisher, Don, Rubenson, Kjell, Bernatchez, Jean, Clift, Robert, Jones, Glen, Lee, Jacy, MacIvor, Madeleine, Meredith, John, Shanahan, Theresa, and Trottier, Claude. (2006). Canadian Federal Policy and Post-Secondary Education. Vancouver, BC: Centre for Policy Studies in Higher Education and Training, University of British Columbia.

Jones, Glen A., McCarney, Patricia L. and Skolnik, Michael L. (Eds.). (2005). Creating Knowledge, Strengthening Nations: The Changing Role of Higher Education. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Lang, Daniel W., House, Dawn, Young, Stacey, and Jones, Glen A. (2000). University Finance in Ontario. Research Monographs in Higher Education No. 5. Winnipeg: Centre for Higher Education Research and Development, University of Manitoba.

Jones, Glen A. (Ed.) (1997). Higher Education in Canada: Different Systems, Different Perspectives. New York and London: Garland Publishing.


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. and Weinrib, Julian (2011). Globalization and Higher Education in Canada. In Roger King, Simon Marginson and Rajani Naidoo (Eds.), Handbook on Globalization and Higher Education. Camberley, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Jones, Glen A. (2010) Broadening Accessibility to Postsecondary Education. Academic Matters (on-line version).

Jones, Glen A. and Skolnik, Michael L. (2009). Degrees of Opportunity: Broadening Student Access by Increasing Institutional Differentiation in Ontario Higher Education. Toronto: Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario.

Jones, Glen A. (2009). Internationalization and Higher Education Policy in Canada: Three Challenges. In Trilokekar, Roopa Desai, Jones, Glen A. and Shubert, Adrian (Eds.). Canada’s Universities Go Global (pp. 355-369). Toronto: James Lorimer and Company (CAUT Series). 

Jones, Glen A. (2009). Sectors, Institutional Types, and the Challenges of Shifting Categories: A Canadian Commentary. Higher Education Quarterly 63(4), 371-383.

Fisher, Don, Rubenson, Kjell, Jones, Glen, and Shanahan, Theresa. (2009). The Political Economy of Post-Secondary Education: A Comparison of British Columbia, Ontario, and Québec. Higher Education, 57, 549-566.

Jones, Glen A. (2009). Why so Little Public Accountability for Quality? In Accounting or Accountability in Higher education. Proceedings from the January 8, 2009 OCUFA conference (pp. 45-49). Toronto: Ontario Confederation of University Faculty Associations.

Dougherty, Kevin, Gallacher, Jim, Jones, Glen, Moodie, Gavin, Scott, Peter and Stanton, Geoff. (2008). International and Contextual Studies (Working Paper 1). Universal Access and Dual Regimes of Further and Higher Education (The FurtherHigher Project). Sheffield: University of Sheffield.

Jones, Glen A. (2008). Can Provincial Universities be Global Institutions? Rethinking the Institution as the Unit of Analysis in the Study of Globalization and Higher Education.  Higher Education Policy, 21(4), 457-468.

Jones, Glen A., Shanahan, Theresa, Padure, Lucia, Lamoureux, Sylvie, and Gregor, Emily. (2008). Marshalling Resources for Change: System-Level Initiatives to Increase Access and Success. Montreal: Canada Millennium Scholarship Foundation.

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.

Trilokekar, Roopa Desai, and Jones, Glen A. (2007). Internationalizing Canada’s Universities: A Matter of Policy Coordination? International Higher Education. 46, 12-14. Available at:

Jones, Glen A. (2006). Canada. In James J. F. Forest and Philip G. Altbach (Eds.), International Handbook of Higher Education (pp. 627-645). Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer.

Bell, Stephen, and Jones, Glen A. (2005). Paying for a University Education: A Comparison of Public and Private Study Costs in Canada, Australia, and Selected European Countries. In Robert Sweet and Paul Anisef (Eds.), Preparing for Post-Secondary Education: New roles for Governments and Families (pp. 87-125). Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Jones, Glen A. (2005). On Complex Intersections: Ontario Universities and Governments. In Frank Iacobucci and Carolyn Tuohy (Eds.). Taking Public Universities Seriously (pp. 174-187). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Jones, Glen A., and Young, Stacey. (2004). “Madly off in all directions”: Higher Education, Marketization, and Canadian Federalism. In Pedro Teixeira, Ben B. Jongbloed, David Dill, and Alberto Amaral (Eds.). Markets and Higher Education: Rhetoric or Reality? (pp. 185-205). Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Jones, Glen A. (2004). Ontario Higher Education Reform, 1995-2003: From Modest Modifications to Policy Reform. Canadian Journal of Higher Education 34(3), 39-54.

Winton, Sue, and Jones, Glen A. (2004). Ontario’s Double-Cohort. International Higher Education, 36, 25-27.

Jones, Glen A. (2001). Islands and Bridges: Lifelong Learning and Complex Systems of Higher Education in Canada. In David Aspin, Judith Chapman, Michael Hatton, and Yukiko Sawano (Eds.), International Handbook of Lifelong Learning (Volume 2, pp. 545-560). Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Jones, Glen A. (2000) Higher Education Research and Policy in Canada. In Ulrich Teichler and Jan Sadlak, (Eds.), Higher Education Research: Its Relationship to Policy, and Practice (pp. 71-80). Oxford: Pergamon/International Association of Universities/UNESCO.

Jones, Glen A. (2000). The Canadian Research Chairs Program. International Higher Education, 21, 22-23.

Goyan, Paul, and Jones, Glen A. (1999). The Question of Degrees in Canadian Higher Education. International Higher Education, 16, 15-16.

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.

Jones, Glen A. (1997, March). The Changing Policies and Politics of Ontario Higher Education. International Higher Education 7, 16-17.

Jones, Glen A. (1996). Diversity Within a Decentralized Higher Education System: The Case of Canada. In V. Lynn Meek, Leo Goedegebuure, Osmo Kivinen, and Risto Rinne (Eds.), The Mockers and Mocked: Comparative Perspectives on Differentiation, Convergence and Diversity in Higher Education (pp. 79-94). Oxford: Pergamon.

Jones, Glen (1994). Higher Education Policy in Ontario. In Leo Goedegebuure, Frans Kaiser, Peter Maassen, Lynn Meek, Frans van Vught, & Egbert de Weert (Eds.), Higher Education Policy: An International Comparative Perspective (pp. 214-238). Oxford: Pergamon.

Jones, Glen A. (1989). Keeping Legislators Informed: A Study of Feedback From Legislators on Information Provided by the University of Manitoba. ASHE Annual Meeting Series, ERIC ED 313983

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