Reinventing the Research University (2004)

In Books by Weber

Luc E. Weber and James J. Duderstadt (eds)
Economica, Glion Colloquium Series Nr. 3, 2004
PART I: SETTING THE SCENE

Chapter 1. Reinventing the University
Frank RHODES
Chapter 2. Why do we need to reinvent the Research intensive University? An American perspective
Bob ZEMSKY and Jim DUDERSTADT
Chapter 3. Why do we need to reinvent the Research intensive University? A European perspective
Luc WEBER
Chapter 4. The Dream of Reason brings forth Monsters: Science and Social Progress in an Era of Risk”
Howard NEWBY

PART II: TEACHING AND RESEARCH
Chapter 5: Innovation in undergraduate teaching: student-centered and research-led learning
Roger DOWNER
Chapter 6: The changing nature of Research and the Future of the University
James J. DUDERSTADT
Chapter 7: Bridging the European Knowledge Gap
Frans van VUGHT

PART III: THE RESEARCH UNIVERSITY AND THE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM AND THE WIDER COMMUNITY
Chapter 8: On Classifying Universities: Policy, Function and Market
Bob ZEMSKY
Chapter 9: The New University and its Main Activities
André OOSTERLINCK
Chapter 10: Scale and Effectiveness in Higher Education
David WARD
Chapter 11: The Research-led University and the wider Community
Nils HASSELMO
Chapter 12: The New University
Marcel CROCHET
Chapter 13: University-Industry relationship: recent Development
Wayne JOHNSON

PART IV: FINANCING AND GOVERNING THE NEW UNIVERSITY
Chapter 14: Financing the new University, a European Perspective
Luc WEBER
Chapter 15: Financing the new University, an American Perspective
Marye Anne FOX
Chapter 16: Governance under Strain
Frank RHODES
Chapter 17: Governance under Strain: A European addendum

PART V: CONCLUSION: WAYS TO REINFORCE RESEARCH INTENSIVE UNIVERSITIES