Thursday, May 23, 2019

Jurgen Enders

Jurgen Enders

Jürgen Enders is Professor at the International Centre for Higher Education Management at the School of Management, University of Bath. His academic interest is focused on the study of institutional change in the field of universities, and their role in society and economy.

Major areas of research address (1) the regulation, funding and organisation of higher education and research; (2) management/leadership and organisational change in universities; (3) diversity and standardization in higher education; (4) the socio-economic impact of universities.

Jürgen also addresses processes of internationalisation and globalisation in higher education and undertakes cross-national comparative research.

Jürgen has been conducting funded research in the field of higher education since the mid 1990s. He has written and (co)edited 14 books, and published more than 100 articles in books and journals. Recently funded projects include investigations supported by the UK’s Economic and Social Science Research Council (University governance in the UK and Europe), the Dutch Research Council (Transformation of universities in Europe), the German Ministry of Education and Research (New professionals in higher education), and the Ford Foundation (Evaluation of the International Fellowships Program, IFP).

Jürgen is elected member of the Academia Europaea and of the German Academe of Science and Engineering, and Honorary Fellow of the Society for Research in Higher Education. He also acted as member of the Advisory Committee for Research and Knowledge Exchange of the Higher Education Funding Council for England and of the German Advisory Council for Education.

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