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Relational arenas in a regional Higher Education system: insights from an empirical analysis

(2012) RESEARCH EVALUATION. 21(3). p.291-305
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Extant indicators on research and higher education do not consider the complex relational structure in which universities are embedded and that influences their performance on one side, and the impact of policies on the other. This article investigates the overall pattern of universities’ relational arenas in a Regional environment by considering their two main domains of activity, namely research and teaching. We study their structure, determinants, and existing interactions, in order to understand the possible consequences for policy making and management, and to identify synthetic indicators to represent them.
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STUDENT COLLEGE CHOICE, PROXIMITY, COLLABORATION, MODEL, NETWORKS, TEAMS, research, IMPACT, cooperation, teaching, competition, region, relationships

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Seeber, Marco, Benedetto Lepori, Tommaso Agasisti, et al. “Relational Arenas in a Regional Higher Education System: Insights from an Empirical Analysis.” RESEARCH EVALUATION 21.3 (2012): 291–305. Print.
APA
Seeber, M., Lepori, B., Agasisti, T., Tijssen, R., & Catalano, G. (2012). Relational arenas in a regional Higher Education system: insights from an empirical analysis. RESEARCH EVALUATION, 21(3), 291–305.
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Seeber, Marco, Benedetto Lepori, Tommaso Agasisti, Robert Tijssen, and Giuseppe Catalano. 2012. “Relational Arenas in a Regional Higher Education System: Insights from an Empirical Analysis.” Research Evaluation 21 (3): 291–305.
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Seeber, Marco, Benedetto Lepori, Tommaso Agasisti, Robert Tijssen, and Giuseppe Catalano. 2012. “Relational Arenas in a Regional Higher Education System: Insights from an Empirical Analysis.” Research Evaluation 21 (3): 291–305.
Vancouver
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Seeber M, Lepori B, Agasisti T, Tijssen R, Catalano G. Relational arenas in a regional Higher Education system: insights from an empirical analysis. RESEARCH EVALUATION. 2012;21(3):291–305.
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M. Seeber, B. Lepori, T. Agasisti, R. Tijssen, and G. Catalano, “Relational arenas in a regional Higher Education system: insights from an empirical analysis,” RESEARCH EVALUATION, vol. 21, no. 3, pp. 291–305, 2012.
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  abstract     = {Extant indicators on research and higher education do not consider the complex relational structure in which universities are embedded and that influences their performance on one side, and the impact of policies on the other. This article investigates the overall pattern of universities’ relational arenas in a Regional environment by considering their two main domains of activity, namely research and teaching. We study their structure, determinants, and existing interactions, in order to understand the possible consequences for policy making and management, and to identify synthetic indicators to represent them.},
  author       = {Seeber, Marco and Lepori, Benedetto and Agasisti, Tommaso and Tijssen, Robert and Catalano, Giuseppe},
  issn         = {0958-2029},
  journal      = {RESEARCH EVALUATION},
  keywords     = {STUDENT COLLEGE CHOICE,PROXIMITY,COLLABORATION,MODEL,NETWORKS,TEAMS,research,IMPACT,cooperation,teaching,competition,region,relationships},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {3},
  pages        = {291--305},
  title        = {Relational arenas in a regional Higher Education system: insights from an empirical analysis},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/reseval/rvs023},
  volume       = {21},
  year         = {2012},
}

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