Conclusion

Niels Ejersbo, Carsten Greve, Signe Pihl-Thingvad

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Abstrakt

Universities can perhaps more accurately be characterized as being “normal public service organizations”; they are “normalized” in the sense that they now look more or less like any organization delivering a public service in a Western European country like Denmark. Performance contracts were introduced, and they were first billed as being about “liberation management” and supporting performance management known within New Public Management (NPM). The big lure of NPM was always that public organizations would be set free, manage their own affairs, and compete in a marketplace for customers and resources. Universities seem to have lost that special ingredient that sets them apart from all other types of organizations delivering public services. Many of the researchers in the empirical material were ignorant of the possibilities of getting rewarded by the universities for their performance. Performance contracts tied the universities to the state, and the governance of universities by the state is intact.

OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelGoverning the Reformed University
RedaktørerNiels Ejersbo, Carsten Greve, Signe Pihl-Thingvad
UdgivelsesstedNew York
ForlagRoutledge
Publikationsdato2020
Udgave1.
Sider158-165
Kapitel10
ISBN (Trykt)9781315157979
ISBN (Elektronisk)9781351655200
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 2020
NavnRoutledge Critical Studies In Public Management

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  • Governing the Reformed University

    Ejersbo, N. (red.), Greve, C. (red.) & Pihl-Thingvad, S. (red.), 2020, 1. udg. New York: Routledge. 170 s. (Routledge Critical Studies In Public Management).

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