The governance of research, innovation and higher education systems have been subject to profound changes in the past decades. It has become a complex territory where the boundaries between levels are blurred and where power and authority between different actors in the system are in flux (Middlehurst, 2013, p. 276). Due to changes in the steering role of government in general, several policy arenas have opened up for new actor constellations.
|Title of host publication||Eu-SPRI 2014 Conference: Science and innovation policy: dynamics, challenges, responsibility and practice; June 20, 2014, Manchester, UK|
|Place of Publication||Manchester, UK|
|Publication status||Published - 18 Jun 2014|
|Event||Eu-SPRI Annual Conference 2014: Science and Innovation Policy: Dynamics, Challenges, Responsibility and Practice - Manchester, United Kingdom|
Duration: 18 Jun 2014 → 20 Jun 2014
|Conference||Eu-SPRI Annual Conference 2014|
|Period||18/06/14 → 20/06/14|
Leisyte, L., & Dayican, B. (2014). Towards new actor constellations in higher education and research governance: the emergence of academics' political movements. In Eu-SPRI 2014 Conference: Science and innovation policy: dynamics, challenges, responsibility and practice; June 20, 2014, Manchester, UK (pp. 167-168). Manchester, UK.