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Conference Opening

Ulrich Teichler: Introduction to the International Conference “Changing Conditions and Changing Approaches of Academic Work”

Margret Bülow-Schramm: Conference Opening “Changing Conditions and Changing Approaches of Academic Work”

Tag 1 /day 1

01_01_1. William K. Cummings: “The Conditions of Continuity and the Drivers of Change” (Highlight Series)

01_01_2. William K. Cummings: “The Conditions of Continuity and the Drivers of Change” (Figure)

01_02. Jesús F. Galaz Fontes and Amy S. Metcalfe: “Changing Biographies and Careers of Academics” (Draft)

01_03_1. Michele Rostan: “The Internationalization of the Academy” (Paper)

01_03_2. Michele Rostan: “The Internationalization of the Academy” (PPP)

01_04_1. Akira Arimoto: “The Teaching and Research Nexus” (Paper)

01_04_2. Akira Arimoto: “The Teaching and Research Nexus” (PPP)

01_05. Martin J. Finkelstein: “How Does National Context Shape Academic Work and Careers?” (PPP)

01_06. V. Lynn Meek and Donald Fisher: “Changes in the Governance and Management of Higher Education – Does it Matter?” (PPP)

01_07. Leo Goedegebuure: “Academic Job Satisfaction: An international comparative perspective” (PPP)

01_08_1. Monica Marquina: “The Dynamics of Mature and Emerging Countries” (Abstract)

01_08_2. Monica Marquina: “The Dynamics of Mature and Emerging Countries” (PPP)

01_09. Antigoni Papadimitriou and Dimitris Mardas: “Coping with the crisis: academic work and changes in Greek higher education” (PPP)

01_10_1. Wang Zhanrui, Ding Minjie: “The Professional Status of Employment Service Personnel in China’s Universities – Case Study of T University” (Abstract)

01_10_2. Wang Zhanrui, Ding Minjie : “The Professional Status of Employment Service Personnel in China’s Universities – Case Study of T University” (PPP)

01_11. Graciela C. Riquelme: “The Transformation on the Production and Circulation of Knowledge and the Pedagogic Synergy: a research study on three Argentine universities” (Paper)

01_12. Liudvika Leisyte: “Understanding academic work in the changing institutional environment: faculty autonomy, productivity and identity in Europe and the U.S.” (PPP)  

Tag 2 /day 2

02_01_1. Bojana Ćulum: “The Academics and the Role of the Service Function” (PPP_1)

02_01_2. Bojana Ćulum: “The Academics and the Role of the Service Function” (PPP_2)

02_02. Tatiana Fumasoli and Gaële Goastellec: “Academic recruitment processes in Europe: a window on changing careers organization” (PPP)

02_03. Barbara M. Kehm: “The Academics and the Higher Education Professionals” (Paper)

02_04. Philip Altbach and Maria Yudkevich: “Paying the Professoriate. A Comparison of Academic Remuneration and Contracts in 28 Countries” (Executive Summary)

02_05. Hong Shen and Junfeng Xiong: “What Influences Full-time Faculty Income from Employed Institution? – A case study on China with CAP survey as context” (PPP)

02_06. Maria Slowey and Ekaterina Kozina: “The voice of Irish academics: perspectives on professional development” (PPP)

02_07. Jesús F. Galaz-Fontes, Juan J. Sevilla-García, Manuel Gil-Antón and José L. Arcos-Vega: “An Exploratory Analysis of Mexican Academics' Workplace in Comparative Perspective” (PPP)

02_08. Jisun Jung: “Gender Differences in Research Scholarship among Academics: An International Comparative Perspective” (Paper)

02_09. Jorge Martínez Stack, Etty Estévez Nénninger, Marion Lloyd and Imanol Ordorika: “Differing academic professions in two developing nations: Brazil and Mexico” (PPP)

02_10. Celia Whitchurch: “New Higher Education Professionals and the Changing Academic Profession: The Rise of Third Space Professionals” (PPP)

02_11. Bruce Macfarlane: “The rise of the para-academics” (PPP)

02_12. Egbert de Weert: “Convergent Trends on Teaching and Research in Binary Systems of Higher Education” (PPP)

02_13. Elizabeth Balbachevsky and Simon Schwartzman: “The Latin-American University model and the challenges posed by the new reforms: perspectives from the academics” (PPP)

02_14. Futao Huang: “The Internationalization of the Academy in East Asia” (PPP)

02_15. Gerard Postiglione, Li-fang Zhang and Jisun Jung: “Academic Productivity and Congeniality in State and Market Driven Systems of Mass Higher Education” (PPP)

02_16. Laura E. Padilla-González, Leonardo Jiménez-Loza and Jesús F. Galaz-Fontes: “Job Satisfaction and Intention to Leave Academia among Mexican Faculty Members” (PPP)

02_17. Teresa Carvalho, Rui Santiago, Sofia Sousa, Andreia Ferreira, Maria L. Machado-Taylor and Diana S. Dias: “Academic profession within knowledge society” (Abstract)

02_18. Yuliya Zayachuk: “Current Challenges of the Academic Profession: the Comparative Analysis of Differences between European Countries (Germany, Finland, and Ukraine)” (PPP)

02_19. Azimeh Sadat Khakbaz: “Pedagogical Content Knowledge (PCK): A platform for education of future university teachers” (PPP)

02_20_1. Soo Jeung Lee and Yangson Kim: “Research collaboration and commercialization of Korean academics” (Abstract)

02_20_2. Soo Jeung Lee and Yangson Kim: “Research collaboration and commercialization of Korean academics” (PPP)

02_21. Gudrun Hessler “Higher Education and Work: Academics’ Perspectives on Responsibility in Teaching and Competence Development” (PPP)

02_22. Wiebke Esdar: “High autonomy but numerous demands: Impacts on junior scientists’ work” (PPP)

02_23. Roland Bloch, Carsten Würmann and Alexander Mitterle: “Pro = Prof, and Who Else? The Role of ‚Contingent Faculty‘ in Teaching at German Universities” (PPP)

02_24. Dieter Dohmen: “Incentives for Teaching in Higher Education: Balance between enabling and rewarding. The role of teaching and learning in performance-based funding of higher education.” (PPP)

02_25. Timo Aarrevaara and Ian R. Dobson: “Academics under pressure. Finnish perspective on EUROAC” (PPP)

02_26. Hong Shen: “Power Models in University Governance – based on the CAP survey of 18 Countries” (PPP)

02_27. Charl C. Wolhuter: “The Service Profile of the International Academic Profession: Evidence from the CAP Survey” (Abstract)

02_28. Peter J. Bentley and Svein Kyvik: “Individual differences in faculty research time allocations across 13 countries” (PPP)

02_29. Queenie K.H. Lam: “A Critical Analysis of the Web-Presentations of Flagship Universities” (PPP)

02_30. Sarah Ooro: “An Analysis of the Modes of Knowledge Production and the Question of Relevance” (Abstract)

02_31. Puji Mudiana: “Establishment of MAHE-like Program in Indonesia” (PPP)

02_32. Heinz Ahn, Marcel Clermont and Yvonne Höfer-Diehl: “Measuring Teaching Performance: Project Overview with Emphasis on the Interaction between Teacher and Students” (PPP)

02_33. Marion Kamphans, Sigrid Metz-Göckel and Ute Zaepernick-Rothe: “How effective is university teaching? A study on effectiveness and student learning in academic courses (LeWI project)” (PPP)

02_34_1. Matthias Heiner and Johannes Wildt: “How to Professionalize Teaching-Competence at German Universities? Hints, Findings, References and Structures for a Model of Professionalization” (Theoretical and methodical results of a project on empirical research on higher education concerning the development of teaching competences in higher education)

02_34_2. Matthias Heiner and Johannes Wildt: “How to Professionalize Teaching-Competence at German Universities? Hints, Findings, References and Structures for a Model of Professionalization” (PPP)

02_35. V. Lynn Meek and Leo Goedegebuure: “Increased Pressure and Responsibility for Academic Management” (PPP)

02_36. Andrea Kottmann: “HEPRO – European Comparative Perspective” (PPP)

02_37. Georg Krücken, Albrecht Blümel and Katharina Kloke: “Occupational and Organizational Change in Higher Education Administration in Germany” (PPP)  

Tag 3 /day 3

 

03_01. Choni Flöther, Harald Schomburg and Vera Wolf: “Transformation of Teaching and Studies at German Higher Education Institutions” (PPP)

03_02. Linda Evans, Matt Homer and Steve Rayner: “Academic leadership from professors in UK universities: The perspective of 'the led' “ (Paper)

03_03. Sonia Pavlenko: “Perception of Romanian Rectors: Leader, Manager, Administrator, or something else?” (PPP)