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Empowerment of French universities by funding and evaluation agencies

Abstract : This article questions how institutional change influences actors’ behavior within organizations affected by the evolution of their institutional environment. This issue is addressed by looking at how university leaders are empowered by the external reviews led by evaluation agencies and research councils and how they use these reviews as managerial tools and to make decisions. It is argued that this process is complementary to the reforms in university governance and structures and amplifies their effects because it is more legitimate, favors organizational coupling and the appropriation of new norms. It draws on a study led in three French universities in 2011.
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Christine Musselin. Empowerment of French universities by funding and evaluation agencies. Richard Whitley; Jochen Glaser. Organizational transformation and scientific change, Emerald Group Publishing, pp.51 - 76, 2014, 9781783506842. ⟨hal-01521661⟩

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