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Bartelse, J. and Huisman, J., 2008. The Bologna process. In: Nerad, M. and Heggelund, M., eds. Toward a Global PhD? Seattle, U. S. A.: University of Washington Press, pp. 101-113.
Beverwijk, J., Goedegebuure, L. and Huisman, J., 2008. Policy change in nascent subsystems: Mozambican higher education policy 1993-2003. Policy Sciences, 41 (4), pp. 357-377.
Botshelo, I. S., 2009. 'Commodification' of Knowledge: Challenges and Opportunities of a State Funded University – A University of Botswana Case Study. Thesis (Doctor of Business Administration (DBA)). University of Bath.
Brennan, J., Franco, M. and Naidoo, R., 2014. Forthcoming. From academic profession to higher education workforce in Merira. In: Soares, V., Teichler, U. and De Lourdes Machada, M., eds. The Changing Academic Profession. .
Brennan, J., Locke, W. and Naidoo, R., 2007. The academic profession in England:still stratified after all these years? In: The Changing Conditions for Academic Work and Career in Selected Countries. Kassel, Germany: International Centre for Higher Education Research, pp. 163-176. (Werkstattberichte Series)
Brennan, J., Naidoo, R. and Patel, K., 2009. Quality, equity and the social dimension:the shift from National to European level. In: Kehm, B. M., Huisman, J. and Stensaker, B., eds. The European Higher Education Area. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense, pp. 141-162.
Brookes, M. and Huisman, J., 2009. The eagle and the circle of gold stars - Does the Bologna process affect US higher education? Higher Education in Europe, 29 (1), pp. 3-23.
Burnett, S. A. and Huisman, J., 2009. Canadian universities' strategies for internationalization. International Higher Education, 57, pp. 12-13.
Burnett, S. A. and Huisman, J., 2010. Universities' responses to globalisation: the influence of organisational culture. Journal of Studies in International Education, 14 (2), pp. 117-142.
de Boer, H., Huisman, J. and Meister-Scheytt, C., 2010. Supervision in 'modern' university governance: boards under scrutiny. Studies in Higher Education, 35 (3), pp. 317-333.
Frølich, N., Huisman, J., Slipersæter, S., Stensaker, B. and Botas, P. C. P., 2013. A reinterpretation of institutional transformations in European higher education:strategising pluralistic organisations in multiplex environments. Higher Education, 65 (1), pp. 79-93.
Fumasoli, T. and Huisman, J., 2013. Strategic agency and system diversity:Conceptualizing institutional positioning in Higher Education. Minerva, 51 (2), pp. 155-169.
Huisman, J., de Boer, H. and Pimentel Botas, P. C., 2012. Where do we go from here?:The future of English higher education. Higher Education Quarterly, 66 (4), pp. 341-362.
Huisman, J., 2008. The evolution of a journal: twenty years of Higher Education Policy. Higher Education Policy, 21 (2), pp. 265-274.
Huisman, J., Adelman, C., Hsieh, C.-C., Shams, F. and Wilkins, S., 2012. Europe's Bologna process and its impact on global higher education. Thousand Oaks: Sage, pp. 81-100.
Huisman, J., Horta, H. and Heitor, M., 2008. Does competitive research funding encourage diversity in higher education? Science and Public Policy, 35 (3), pp. 146-158.
Huisman, J. and Westerheijden, D., 2010. Bologna and quality assurance: progress made or pulling the wrong chart? Quality in Higher Education, 16 (1), pp. 63-66.
James, H. and Huisman, J., 2009. Mission statements in Wales: the impact of markets and policy on congruence between institutions. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, 31 (1), pp. 23-35.
Langfeldt, L., Stensaker, B., Harvey, L., Huisman, J. and Westerheijden, D., 2011. An in-depth study on the impact of external quality assurance. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 36 (4), pp. 465-478.
Langfeldt, L., Stensaker, B., Harvey, L., Huisman, J. and Westerheijden, D., 2010. The role of peer review in Norwegian quality assurance: Potential consequences for excellence and diversity. Higher Education, 59 (4), pp. 391-405.
LeBlanc, S., London, C. and Huisman, J., 2013. Using groups to change the department head role:An organization development case. Tertiary Education and Management, 19 (2), pp. 127-143.
Lepori, B., Huisman, J. and Seeber, M., 2014. Convergence and differentiation processes in Swiss higher education:an empirical analysis. Studies in Higher Education, 39 (2), pp. 197-218.
Lomer, S., Papatsiba, V. and Naidoo, R., 2016. Constructing a national higher education brand for the UK:positional competition and promised capitals. Studies in Higher Education
Naidoo, R., 2011. The sustainable development of higher education:Challenges for the Caribbean. Journal of Education and Development in the Caribbean, 12 (1), pp. 2-12.
Naidoo, R., Gosling, J., Bolden, R., O'Brien, A. and Hawkins, B., 2014. Leadership and branding in business schools:A Bourdieusian analysis. Higher Education Research and Development, 33 (1), pp. 144-156.
Naidoo, R., 2008. Building or eroding intellectual capital? Student consumerism as a cultural force in the context of knowledge economy. In: Valimaa, J. and Ylijoki, O.-H., eds. Cultural Perspectives on Higher Education. Dordrecht, Germany: Springer, pp. 43-55.
Naidoo, R., 2008. Entrenching international inequality:the impact of the global commodification of higher education on developing countries. In: Canaan, J. E. and Shumar, W., eds. Structure and Agency in the Neoliberal University. London, U. K.: Routledge, pp. 84-100. (Routledge Research in Education)
Naidoo, R., 2008. Higher education:a powerhouse for development in a neo-liberal age? In: Epstein, D., Boden, R., Deem, R., Rizvi, F. and Wright, S., eds. World Yearbook of Higher Education 2008. London, U. K.: Routledge, pp. 248-265. (World Yearbook of Education)
Naidoo, R., 2008. L’État et le marché dans la réforme de l’enseignement supérieur au Royaume-Uni (1980-2007). Critique Internationale, 39 (2), pp. 47-65.
Naidoo, R., 2011. Rethinking development: higher education and the new imperialism. In: King, R., Marginson, S. and Naidoo, R., eds. A Handbook on Globalization and Higher Education. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 40-58.
Naidoo, R., 2011. Rethinking development:higher education and the new imperialism. In: King, R., Marginson, S. and Naidoo, R., eds. A Handbook of Globalization and Higher Education. Cheltenham, U. K.: Edward Elgar, pp. 40-58. (Elgar Original Reference)
Naidoo, R., 2016. The competition fetish in higher education:varieties, animators and consequences. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 37 (1), pp. 1-10.
Naidoo, R., 2005. Universities in the marketplace:the distortion of teaching and research. In: Barnett, R., ed. Reshaping the University. Maidenhead, U. K.: Open University Press/McGraw-Hill, pp. 27-36.
Naidoo, R., Adriansen, H. K. and Madsen, L. M., 2016. Creating an African university:struggling for a transformational curriculum in apartheid South Africa. In: Adriansen, H. K., Madsen, L. M. and Jensen, S., eds. Higher Education and Capacity Building in Africa. Abingdon, U. K.: Routledge, pp. 193-215.
Naidoo, R. and Pringle, J., 2014. Branding business schools:academic struggles with the management of reputation. In: Pettigrew, A. M., Cornuell, E. and Hommell, U., eds. The Institutional Development of Business Schools. Oxford, U. K.: Oxford University Press, pp. 176-195.
Naidoo, R. and Whitty, G., 2013. Students as consumers:commodifying or democratising learning. International Journal of Chinese Education, 2 (2), pp. 212-240.
Naidoo, R. and Williams, J., 2014. The neoliberal regime in English higher education:Charters, consumers and the erosion of the public good. Critical Studies in Education, 56 (2), 208 - 223.
Naidoo, R. and Williams, J., 2014. Students agreements and student consumers:the marketization of learning and the erosion of higher education as a public good. Peking University Education Review, 2014 (1), 36-52 + 188-189.
Nkrumah-Young, K., Huisman, J. and Powell, P., 2008. The impact of funding policies on higher education in Jamaica. Comparative Education, 44 (2), pp. 215-227.
Pernkopf, K., Chudzikowski, K. and Mayrhofer, W., 2014. Higher Education Institutions' dispute with making students employable for their future careers. In: Comparative Sociology Workshop, 2014-03-03 - 2014-03-03, Stanford University.
Pimentel Botas, P. C. and Huisman, J., 2013. A Bourdieusian analysis of the participation of Polish students in the ERASMUS programme:Cultural and social capital perspectives. Higher Education, 66 (6), pp. 741-754.
Shams, F. and Huisman, J., 2012. Managing οffshore branch campuses:Αn analytical framework for institutional strategies. Journal of Studies in International Education, 16 (2), pp. 106-127.
Shams, F. and Huisman, J., 2016. The role of institutional dual embeddedness in the strategic local adaptation of international branch campuses:evidence from Malaysia and Singapore. Studies in Higher Education, 41 (6), pp. 955-970.
Stensaker, B., Harvey, L., Huisman, J., Langfeldt, L. and Westerheijden, D. F., 2010. The impact of the European Standards and Guidelines in agency evaluations. European Journal of Education, 45 (4), pp. 577-587.
Vossensteyn, H., Beerkens, M., Cremonini, L., Huisman, J., Souto-Otero, M., Bresancon, B., Focken, N., Leurs, B., McCoshan, A., Mozuraityte, N., Pimentel Bótas, P. C. and de Wit, H., 2010. Improving participation in the Erasmus programme. Final report to the European Parliament. Other. European Parliament.
Wilkins, S., 2010. Higher education in the United Arab Emirates: an analysis of the outcomes of significant increases in supply and competition. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, 32 (4), pp. 389-400.
Wilkins, S., 2011. Who benefits from foreign universities in the Arab Gulf States? Australian Universities' Review, 53 (1), pp. 73-83.
Wilkins, S. and Balakrishnan, M. S., 2012. How well are international branch campuses serving students? International Higher Education, 66 (Winter 2012), pp. 3-5.
Wilkins, S., Balakrishnan, M. S. and Huisman, J., 2012. Student choice in higher education: Motivations for choosing to study at an international branch campus. Journal of Studies in International Education, 16 (5), pp. 413-433.
Wilkins, S. and Epps, A., 2011. Student evaluation web sites as potential sources of consumer information in the United Arab Emirates. International Journal of Educational Management, 25 (5), pp. 410-422.
Wilkins, S. and Huisman, J., 2011. International student destination choice: the influence of home campus experience on the decision to consider branch campuses. Journal of Marketing for Higher Education, 21 (1), pp. 61-83.
Wilkins, S. and Huisman, J., 2013. Student evaluation of university image attractiveness and its impact on student attachment to international branch campuses. Journal of Studies in International Education, 17 (5), pp. 607-623.
Wilkins, S. and Huisman, J., 2011. Student recruitment at international branch campuses. Can they compete in the global market? Journal of Studies in International Education, 15 (3), pp. 299-316.
Wilkins, S. and Huisman, J., 2012. The international branch campus as transnational strategy in higher education. Higher Education, 64 (5), pp. 627-645.
Wilkins, S. and Meeran, S., 2011. Student performance–university preference model:a framework for helping students choose the right A‐level subjects. Educational Studies, 37 (5), pp. 541-555.
Wilkins, S., Shams, F. and Huisman, J., 2013. The decision-making and changing behavioural dynamics of potential higher education students:The impacts of increasing tuition fees in England. Educational Studies, 39 (2), pp. 125-141.
Wilkins, S. and Walker, I., 2011. Applied and academic A levels: is there really a need for the applied track in UK further education? Journal of Further and Higher Education, 35 (4), pp. 461-482.
Witte, J., Wende, M. v. d. and Huisman, J., 2008. Blurring boundaries: how the Bologna process changes the relationship between university and non-university higher education in Germany, the Netherlands and France. Studies in Higher Education, 33 (3), pp. 217-231.