His primary areas of study are Higher education, Public administration, Corporate governance, European integration and Higher education policy. In his research, Peter Maassen performs multidisciplinary study on Higher education and Information technology. Peter Maassen interconnects Economic growth, High education and Reference group in the investigation of issues within Public administration.
Peter Maassen has researched Corporate governance in several fields, including International education and Curriculum. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Modernization theory, Social science, Institution and Bologna Process. His Higher education policy study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Identity and Knowledge triangle.
Peter Maassen mainly investigates Higher education, Corporate governance, Public administration, Economic growth and Higher education policy. The Higher education study combines topics in areas such as Social science, Pedagogy and State. His work investigates the relationship between Corporate governance and topics such as Public relations that intersect with problems in Quality.
His studies in Public administration integrate themes in fields like European commission, European studies, European integration and Academic freedom. His study in European integration is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Europeanisation and Bologna Process. His work deals with themes such as Vocational education and Further education, which intersect with Higher education policy.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Higher education, Corporate governance, Public relations, Public administration and Quality assurance. His Higher education study is concerned with the field of Economic growth as a whole. His work carried out in the field of Corporate governance brings together such families of science as High education, Political economy, State, Centralisation and Democracy.
His Public relations research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Teacher education and Strategic management. The various areas that Peter Maassen examines in his Public administration study include Lisbon Strategy and Perception. The concepts of his Quality assurance study are interwoven with issues in Accounting, Environmental resource management and Process management.
Peter Maassen mainly focuses on Higher education, Corporate governance, Autonomy, Ideology and Public administration. His research in Higher education intersects with topics in Ethnology and Ancient history. Peter Maassen combines subjects such as High education, Excellence initiative, Social contract and Labour economics, Job creation with his study of Corporate governance.
His Autonomy study spans across into subjects like Dynamics, Organizational commitment, Organizational learning, Knowledge management and Organization development. His Public administration study combines topics in areas such as Centralisation, Personnel policy, Democracy and Multi-level governance. His Educational quality research incorporates elements of Scholarship and Excellence.
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University Dynamics and European Integration
Johan P Olsen;Peter A. M. Maassen.
The knowledge triangle, European higher education policy logics and policy implications
Peter Maassen;Bjørn Stensaker.
Higher Education (2011)
Transformation in higher education : global pressures and local realities
Nico Cloete;Peter A. M. Maassen;Richard Fehnel;Teboho Moja.
Hybrid steering approaches with respect to European higher education
Åse Gornitzka;Peter Maassen.
Higher Education Policy (2000)
Transformation in Higher Education. Global Pressures and Local Realities in South Africa
N. Cloete;R. Fehnel;P.A.M. Maassen;I.A. Moja.
Higher Education Policy: An International Comparative Perspective
L.C.J. Goedegebuure;Franciscus Kaiser;P.A.M. Maassen;L. Meek.
British Journal of Educational Studies (1994)
Use, updating and integration of ICT in higher education:Linking purpose, people and pedagogy
Bjørn Stensaker;Peter Maassen;Monika Borgan;Mette Oftebro.
Higher Education (2007)
European Integration and the Governance of Higher Education and Research
Alberto Amaral;Guy R. Neave;Christine Musselin;Peter A. M. Maassen.
Higher Education Dynamics (2009)
“Europe of Knowledge:” Search for a New Pact
Åse Gornitzka;Peter Maassen;Johan P. Olsen;Bjørn Stensaker.
Research Papers in Economics (2007)
The Bologna Process: An Intergovernmental Policy Perspective
Guy Neave;Peter Maassen.
Higher Education Dynamics (2007)
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