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Managing university autonomy - University autonomy and the institutional balancing of teaching and research

Proceedings of the Seminar of the Magna Charta Observatory 15th September 2005
MANAGING UNIVERSITY AUTONOMY - University autonomy and the institutional balancing of teaching and research

 

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Foreword
Prof. Fabio Roversi-Monaco
President of the Collegium Magna Charta Observatory, Bologna

 

University Autonomy in the European Context: Revisiting the Research – Teaching Nexus in a Post-Humboldtian Environment
Prof. Ulrike Felt
University of Vienna

 

Engagement with the Community: a new basis for university autonomy in a knowledge society
Prof. Michael Gibbons
Science and Technology Policy Research Institute, Brighton

 

Counterpoint from Latin America
Prof. Orlando Albornoz
Universidad Central de Venezuela, Caracas

 

Science as a practice: extending university autonomy by combining research and teaching
Prof. Paolo Blasi
University of Florence

 

Counterpoint from an educationalist
Prof. Jon Torfi Jonasson
University of Iceland, Reykjavik

 

Tomorrow’s Universities: how do they Balance their Teaching and Research obligations?
Prof. Peter Magrath
National Association of State Universities and Land - Grant Colleges, Washington

 

Counterpoint: science as a social enterprise
Prof. Tuyakbai.Z. Rysbekov
Western Kazakhstan State University named after M. Utemisov, Uralsk