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Global Knowledge Governance

Globalisation
 
Governance
 
Institutions
 
Knowledge
 
Higher Education
 
Panel Number
P184
Panel Chair
Tero Erkkilä
University of Helsinki
Panel Co-Chair
Meng-Hsuan Chou
Nanyang Technological University – NTU
Panel Discussant
Susan Robertson
University of Cambridge

Time
23/08/2018 11:00 - 12:40
Location
Building: VMP 5 Floor: 4 Room: 4047
Abstract
States’ information resources and education policies have long belonged to the realm of national politics and governance. However, as current research highlights, knowledge governance is increasingly becoming global. The panel tackles the shifts in global knowledge governance from the perspectives such as its ideas, actors, and underlying rationalities, but also considering its institutional outcomes and alternatives. We welcome papers that explore global and transnational transformations of knowledge governance, higher education and political economy of knowledge.

Paper List


Title Details
Global Flows, Competition and Recruitment of Academics View Paper Details
Global Knowledge Governance: Policy Scripts and Narratives View Paper Details
Higher Education and the Labour Market Infrastructure in the Digital Economy View Paper Details
The Strength of Weak Expertise: How Do New ‘Experts’ Arise in Knowledge Governance View Paper Details
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