Heinke RApbken analyses how American, German and Swedish universities - and particularly business schools - deal with the various expectations they are confronted with. On the basis of neo-institutional theory she argues that a form of qinstitutional schizophreniaq can help institutions to comply with external demands without compromising the pursuit of academic reputation which is essential for their inner stability.Organizational Change in Business Schools in Germany, Sweden and the USA Heinke RApbken ... as well as top private schools such as Carnegie Mellon, Northwestern, and the University of Southern California belong to the group of the aearly adopters. ... See http://eweb.slu.edu/Default.htm, 2003-07-31 The definition of top-tier business schools is based on the research ranking from the year 2000.
|Title||:||Inside the “Knowledge Factory”|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-06-29|