2011 - Member of Academia Europaea
Jürgen Enders mainly focuses on Higher education, Public relations, Corporate governance, Public administration and Economic growth. His Higher education study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Management and Diversity. The study incorporates disciplines such as Pedagogy, Control, Face, Public policy and Political change in addition to Public relations.
His Corporate governance study combines topics in areas such as Corporate social responsibility, Community engagement, Stakeholder analysis and New public management. His Public administration research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Identity and Research Assessment Exercise. As part of one scientific family, Jürgen Enders deals mainly with the area of Economic growth, narrowing it down to issues related to the Policy analysis, and often Multi-level governance and Economic system.
Jürgen Enders spends much of his time researching Higher education, Public relations, Public administration, Corporate governance and Economic growth. His Higher education research incorporates elements of Management, Control and Pedagogy. Jürgen Enders has included themes like Legitimacy, Academic profession, Face and Function in his Public relations study.
His Public administration study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Network governance, Professional association and New public management. Jürgen Enders carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Corporate governance and Hierarchy. His Higher education policy study is related to the wider topic of Education policy.
Public relations, Higher education, Public administration, Autonomy and Control are his primary areas of study. His research in Public relations intersects with topics in Legitimacy, Academic profession, Public policy and Media studies. Higher education is the subject of his research, which falls under Economic growth.
His Public administration research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Organizational change, Corporate governance, Higher education policy and New public management. His research integrates issues of Productivity, Matthew effect, Research Assessment Exercise and Set in his study of Corporate governance. His research investigates the connection between Control and topics such as Professional association that intersect with problems in Research question, Organizational behavior and Centralized government.
Jürgen Enders focuses on Public relations, Higher education, Public administration, Hierarchy and Control. He has researched Public relations in several fields, including Corporate governance and Resource dependence theory. His Higher education research is included under the broader classification of Economic growth.
His Public administration research includes elements of Best practice, European policy, Framing, Quality assurance and Bologna Process. His Hierarchy research incorporates elements of Autonomy, Accountability, Space, Shadow and Marketing buzz. His Control research integrates issues from Organizational behavior, Centralized government, Professional association, Organizational studies and Resource.
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Higher education and its communities: Interconnections, interdependencies and a research agenda
Ben Jongbloed;Jürgen Enders;Carlos Salerno.
Higher Education (2008)
Higher Education, Internationalisation, and the Nation-State: Recent Developments and Challenges to Governance Theory.
Higher Education (2004)
On the Way towards New Public Management? The Governance of University Systems in England, the Netherlands, Austria, and Germany
Harry de Boer;Jürgen Enders;Uwe Schimank.
New Forms of Governance in Research Organizations. Disciplinary Approaches, Interfaces and Integration (2007)
PUBLIC SECTOR REFORM IN DUTCH HIGHER EDUCATION: THE ORGANIZATIONAL TRANSFORMATION OF THE UNIVERSITY
Harry F. de Boer;Jürgen Enders;Liudvika Leisyte.
Public Administration (2007)
Regulatory Autonomy and Performance: The Reform of Higher Education Re-Visited.
Jürgen Enders;Harry F. de Boer;Elke Weyer.
Higher Education (2013)
Karriere mit Doktortitel? Ausbildung, Berufsverlauf und Berufserfolg von Promovierten
Jürgen Enders;Lutz Bommann.
Academic Staff in Europe: Changing Contexts and Conditions
The Academic Profession
Springer International Handbooks of Education (2007)
Back to the Future? The Academic Professions in the 21st Century
Jürgen Enders;Christine Musselin.
Educational research and innovation (2008)
Border crossings: Research training, knowledge dissemination and the transformation of academic work
Higher Education (2005)
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