Publications

Here’s a list of publications and presentations related to the projects. For information on individual publication records, visite the respective author’s website.

Books:

Frost, J., Hattke, F. & Reihlen M. (Eds.) (2016): Multi-Level Governance in Universities: Strategy, Structure, Control. Springer International Publishing: Dordrecht.

Frost, J., Hattke, F., Reihlen, M., & Wenzlaff, F. (2015): Mehrebenen-Steuerung in Universitäten. Von der professionellen Bürokratie zu kollaborativen Wissensnetzwerken. Kölner Wissenschaftsverlag: Köln.

Journal Articles:

Bögner, I. & Hattke, F. (2016): Open Post-Publication-Peer-Review: Eine Alternative zur doppelt-blinden Begutachtung in Fachzeitschriften? In: HM – Hochschulmanagement 11(3), 69-74.

Bullinger, B., Kieser, A., & Schiller-Merkens, S. (2015): Coping with Institutional Complexity: Responses of Management Scholars to Competing Logics in the Field of Management Studies, Scandinavian Journal of Management 31(3), 437-450.

Hattke, F. & Blaschke, S. (2015): Striving for Excellence: The Role of Top Management Team Diversity in Universities. Team Performance Management 21(3/4), 121-138.

Kieser, A., Nicolai, A., Seidl, D. (2015). The Practical Relevance of Management Research. Turning the Debate on Relevance into a Rigorous Scientific Research Program. Academy of Management Annals 9(1), 1–92.

Blaschke, S., Frost, J. & Hattke, F. (2014): Towards a Micro-Foundation of Leadership, Governance, and Management in Universities. Higher Education 68(5), 711-732.

Bronstein Bejarano, J., & Reihlen, M. (2014): Entrepreneurial university archetypes: A meta-synthesis of case study literature. Industry and Higher Education 28(4), 245-262.

Frost, J., & Brockmann, J. (2014). When qualitative productivity is equated with quantitative productivity: scholars caught in a performance paradox. Zeitschrift für Erziehungswissenschaft, 17(S6), 25–45.

Frost, J. & Hattke, F. (2013): University Commons: Kollektivressourcen als alternative Steuerungsperspektive für das Hochschulmanagement. HM – Hochschulmanagement, 2+3/2013, 35-40.

Obermeit, K. (2012): Students’ choice of universities in Germany: structure, factors and information sources used. Journal of Marketing for Higher Education, 22(2), 206-230.

Chapters in Edited Volumes:

Frost, J., Hattke, F. & Reihlen, M. (2016): Multi-Level Governance in Universities: Strategy, Structure, Control. In: Higher Education Dynamics (Vol. 47), Springer International Publishing: Dordrecht, 1-15.

Reihlen, M. & Wenzlaff, F. (2016): Institutional Change of European Higher Education:
The Case of Post-War Germany. In: Higher Education Dynamics (Vol. 47), Springer International Publishing: Dordrecht, 19-48.

Hattke, F., Blaschke, S. & Frost, J. (2016): From Voluntary Collective Action to Organized Collaboration? The Provision of Public Goods in Pluralistic Organizations. In: Higher Education Dynamics (Vol. 47), Springer International Publishing: Dordrecht, 115-140.

Bögner, I, Petersen, J. & Kieser, A. (2016): Is It Possible to Assess Progress in Science? In: Higher Education Dynamics (Vol. 47), Springer International Publishing: Dordrecht, 215-231.

Hattke, F., Vogel, R. & Woiwode, H. (2016): When Professional and Organizational Logics Collide: Balancing Invisible and Visible Colleges in Institutional Complexity. In: Higher Education Dynamics (Vol. 47), Springer International Publishing: Dordrecht, 235-256.

Hattke, F., Blaschke, S. & Frost, J. (2014): Governance Logics in Universitities. Organizational Change as Oscillating Conversations. In: Pettigrew, A., Cornuel, E. & Hommel, U. (Eds.): The Institutional Development of Business Schools. Oxford: Oxford University Press, S.69-94.

Reihlen, M., & Wenzlaff, F. (2014): Institutional Change of the German Higher Education System: From Professional Dominance to Managed Education. In: A. Fayolle, & D. Redford (Eds.), Handbook on the Entrepreneurial University: 112-135. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

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