The Academic Caesar : University Leadership is Hard
Drawing on a wealth of experience writing about the social epistemology of higher education, Steve Fuller makes a witty, robust and provocative contribution to the ongoing debate about where the university has come from and where it is going.
The Academic Caesar will prove a fascinating read for those seeking new insights into current crisis in higher education as well as researchers and academics interested in the sociology of leadership.
- Hardback | 120 pages
- 148 x 210 x 12.7mm | 2,920g
- 19 Dec 2016
- Sage Publications Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
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Table of contents
Chapter 1: UNIVERSITY LEADERSHIP IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY: THE CASE FOR ACADEMIC CAESARISM
Chapter 2: PEER REVIEW: KEY TO KNOWLEDGE AS A PUBLIC GOOD THE ACADEMIC GUILD'S LAST STAND?
Chapter 3: MACROECONOMIC KNOWLEDGE POLICY FOR ACADEMIC CAESARS AND THEIR WOULD BE REGULATORS
Chapter 4: A VISION FOR THE FUTURE: THE PROACTIONARY UNIVERSITY AS A PLATFORM FOR THE ACADEMIC CAESAR.