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2019

Leisyte, L. (2019, in Druck). Innovation Studies in Higher Education Research. In Encyclopedia of International Higher Education Systems and Institutions. Springer.


2018

Haertel, T., Terkowsky, C., May, D., Wissemann, S., Leisyte, L. & Rose, A.-L. (2018, in Druck). Kreativität und Entrepreneurship als Gegenstand der Hochschullehre: Die Verknüpfung von personen- und prozessorientierten Lerninhalten zum unternehmerischen Denken. In S. Kauffeld & J. Othmer (Hrsg.), Handbuch innovative Lehre. Springer.

Leisyte, L., Rose, A.-L. & Schimmelpfenning, E. (2018). Lithuanian Higher Education: Between Path Dependence and Change. In J. Huisman, A. Smolentseva & I. Froumin (Hrsg.), 25 years of transformations of higher education systems in Post-Soviet countries. Reform and continuity (S. 285-310). (Palgrave Studies in Global Higher Education). Cham: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-52980-6_11

Terkowsky, C., Haertel, T., Rose, A.-L., Leisyte, L. & May, D. (2018). Nager avec les requins sans se faire dévorer: comment les étudiants en ingénierie peuvent aS.rendre à être créatifs à déveloS.er un esprit d’entreprise et à innover. In D. Lemaître (Hrsg.), Formation des ingénieurs à l’innovation (S. 159-188). (Collection: innovation, entrepreneuriat et gestion). London: ISTE editions. https://iste-editions.fr/products/formation-des-ingenieurs-a-l-innovation


2017

Leisyte, L. & Hosch-Dayican, B. (2017). Gender and academic work at a Dutch university. In H. Eggins (Hrsg.), The changing role of women in higher education. Academic and leadership issues (S. 95-117). Cham: Springer International Publishing Switzerland.

Rose, A.-L. & Leisyte, L. (2017). Integrating international academic staff into the local academic context in Lithuania and Estonia. In M. Yudkevich, P. G. Altbach & L. E. Rumbley (Hrsg.), International faculty in higher education: comparative perspectives on recruitment, integration, and impact (S. 101-123). New York: Routledge. [ Weitere Informationen zu diesem Buchkapitel auf google books ]


2016

Broucker, B., De Wit, K. & Leisyte, L. (2016). Higher education reform: A systematic comparison of ten countries from a new public management perspective. In R. M. O. Pritchard, A. Pausits & J. Williams (Hrsg.), Positioning higher education institutions. From here to there (S. 19-39). Rotterdam, Boston, Taipei: Sense Publishers.

Dee, J. & Leisyte, L. (2016). Organizational learning in higher education institutions: Theories, frameworks, and a potential research agenda. In M. B. Paulsen (Hrsg.), Higher education. Handbook of theory and research, 31 (S. 275-348). Cham: Springer. http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-26829-3_6

Leisyte, L. & Hosch-Dayican, B. (2016). Boundary crossing and maintenance among UK and Duch bioscientists: Towards hybrid identities of academic entrepreneurs. In L. Leisyte & U. Wilkesmann (Hrsg.), Organizing Academic Work in Higher Education. Teaching, learning, and identities (S. 223-242). Abingdon: Routledge.

Leisyte, L. (2016). Bridging the duality between universities and the academic profession: a tale of protected spaces, strategic gaming, and institutional entrepreneurs. In L. Leisyte & U. Wilkesmann (Hrsg.), Organizing Academic Work in Higher Education. Teaching, learning, and identities (S. 55-67). Abingdon: Routledge.

Leisyte, L. & Wilkesmann, U. (2016). Organizing academic work in higher education. Teaching, learning, and identities – an introduction.In L. Leisyte & U. Wilkesmann (Hrsg.), Organizing Academic Work in Higher Education. Teaching, learning, and identities (S. 1-10). Abingdon: Routledge.

Leisyte, L. (2016). Veränderungen im wissenschaftlichen Arbeiten. Schlussfolgerungen für akademische und organisationale Rollen. In: M. Heiner, B. Baumert, S. Dany, T. Haertel, M. Quellmelz & C. Terkowsky (Hrsg.), Was ist "Gute Lehre"?. Perspektiven der Hochschuldidaktik (S. 151-168). (Blickpunkt Hochschuldidaktik, No. 129). Bielefeld : Bertelsmann.


2015

Logermann, F. & Leisyte, L. (2015). Students as stakeholders in the policy context of the European standards and guidelines for quality assurance in higher education institutions. In A. Curaj, L. Matei, R. Pricopie, J. Salmi & P. Scott (Hrsg.), The European higher education area. Between critical reflections and future policies (S. 685-701). Cham: Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-20877-0_43

Leisyte, L. (2015). Changing academic identities in the context of a managerial university – bridging the duality between professions and organizations: Evidence from the U.S. and Europe. In W. K. Cummings & U. Teichler (Hrsg.), The relevance of academic work in comparative perspective (S. 59-73). Dordrecht: Springer International Publishing.


2014

Leisyte, L. & Westerheijden, D. (2014). Stakeholders and quality assurance in higher education. In H. Eggins, Heather (Hrsg.), Drivers and Barriers to Achieving Quality in Higher Education (S. 83-98). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.


2012

Leisyte, L. & Dee, J. (2012). Understanding academic work in a changing institutional environment: Faculty autonomy, productivity and identity in Europe and the United States. In J. C. Smart & M. Paulsen (Hrsg.), Higher Education. Handbook of Theory and Research 27 (S. 123-206). Dordrecht: Springer.


2011

Leisyte, L. & Enders, J. (2011). The strategic responses of English and Dutch university life scientists to the changes in their institutional environments. In: J. Enders, H. de Boer & D. Westerheijden (Hrsg.), Reform of Higher Education in Europe (S. 143-157). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-6091-555-0_9


2010

de Boer, H. F., Enders, J. & Leisyte, L. (2010). Public sector reform in Dutch higher education: the organizational transformation of the university. In Studies in Educational Leadership (S. 46-60). Shanghai Educational Publishing House.

Kehm, B. & Leisyte, L. (2010). Effects of new governance on research in humanities: The example of medieval history. In D. Jansen (Hrsg.), Governance and Performance in the German Public Research Sector. Disciplinary Differences (S. 73-90). Dordrecht: Springer.

Leisyte, L., Enders, J. & de Boer, H. (2010). Mediating problem choice: Academic researchers' responses to changes in their institutional environment. In R. Whitley, L. Engwall & J. Gläser (Hrsg.), Reconfiguring Knowledge Production. Changing Authority Relationships in the Sciences and their Consequences for Intellectual Innovation (S. 266-290). Oxford: Oxford University Press. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199590193.003.0009


2009

Leisyte, L. (2009). Academic output preferences in the context of changing higher education and research governance arrangements. In P. Clancy & D. D. Dill (Hrsg.), The Research Mission of the University. Policy Reforms and Institutional Response (S.. 133-152). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

Leisyte, L., Enders, J. & de Boer, H. (2009). Balancing between different audiences: Experiences of Dutch academics. In: A. Brew & L. Lucas (Hrsg.), Academic Research and Researchers. Policy and Practice (S. 117-130). Maidenhead: McGraw Hill.

Enders, J., de Boer, H. & Leisyte, L. (2009). New public management and the academic profession: the rationalisation of academic work revisited. In J. Enders & E. de Weert (Hrsg.), The Changing Face of Academic Life. Analytical and Comparative Perspectives (S.. 36-57). Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillian.


2008

Leisyte, L. (2008). The effects of new public management on research practices in English and Dutch universities. In H. Vessuri & U. Teichler (Hrsg.), Universities as Centres of Research and Knowledge Creation: An Endangered Species? (S. 189-200). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

Enders, J., de Boer, H. & Leisyte, L. (2008). On striking the right notes: Shifts in governance and the organisational transformation of universities. In A. Amaral, J. Bleiklie & C. Musselin (Hrsg.), From Governance to Identity. A Festschrift for Mary Henkel (S. 113-129). (Higher Education Dynamics, Vol. 24). Dordrecht: Springer.


2006

Leisyte, L., de Boer, H. & Enders, J. (2006). England – the prototype of the ‘evaluative state’. In B. M. Kehm & U. Lanzendorf (Hrsg.), Reforming University Governance. Changing Conditions for Research in Four European Countries (S. 17-52). Bonn: Lemmens.

de Boer, H., Leisyte, L. & Enders, J. (2006). The Netherlands – 'Steering from a Distance'. In B. M. Kehm & U. Lanzendorf (Hrsg.), Reforming University Governance. Changing Conditions for Research in Four European Countries (S. 53-89). Bonn: Lemmens.



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Aktuelle Publikationen

Titelblatt des Buchs: 25 Years of Transformations of Higher Education Systems in Post-Soviet Countries

Leisyte, L., Rose, A.-L. & Schimmelpfenning, E. (2018).
Lithuanian Higher Education: Between Path Dependence and Change.

In J. Huisman, A. Smolentseva & I. Froumin (Hrsg.), 25 years of transformations of higher education systems in Post-Soviet countries. Reform and continuity (S. 285-310). (Palgrave Studies in Global Higher Education). Cham: Palgrave Macmillan.

Titelblatt des Buchs: Formation des ingénieurs à l’innovation

Terkowsky, C., Haertel, T., Rose, A.-L., Leisyte, L. & May, D. (2018).
Nager avec les requins sans se faire dévorer: comment les étudiants en ingénierie peuvent apprendre à être créatifs, à développer un esprit d’entreprise et à innover.

In D. Lemaître (Hrsg.), Formation des ingénieurs à l’innovation (S. 159-188). (Collection: innovation, entrepreneuriat et gestion). London: ISTE editions.

Titelblatt des Buchs: The changing role of women in higher education

Leisyte, L. & Hosch-Dayican, B. (2017).
Gender and academic work at a Dutch university.

In H. Eggins (Hrsg.), The changing role of women in higher education. Academic and leadership issues (S. 95-117). Cham: Springer International Publishing Switzerland.

Titelblatt des Buchs "International faculty in higher education"

Rose, A.-L. & Leisyte, L. (2017).
Integrating international academic staff into the local academic context in Lithuania and Estonia.

In M. Yudkevich, P. G. Altbach & L. E. Rumbley (Hrsg.), International faculty in higher education: comparative perspectives on recruitment, integration, and impact (S. 101-123). New York: Routledge.

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