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Kirsi Pulkkinen (Editor)

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Faculty of Social Sciences University of Lapland Rovaniemi, Finland.

Kirsi Pulkkinen is a researcher at the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Lapland, Finland. She is finalising her doctoral thesis on the interaction between researchers and their societal counterparts, in particu- lar the policy community. Kirsi is involved in a number of international projects studying the impact, public engagement and performance of research communities, and she is part of a consortium evaluating the research institutes and funding reform of Finland. Her research interests include the societal impact of research and the dynamics of knowledge production and utilisation between the scientific communities and their societal partners. Kirsi is particularly interested in the intricacies of the science-policy-practitioner interface and knowledge advocacy of universi- ties. She has previously worked in managerial positions as an expert and advisor on higher education cooperation and civil society collaboration at the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland, as well as advisor on co-cre- ative methods and competitive research funding at the University of Helsinki. In addition to her scientific work, Kirsi works as a co-creation consultant and trains scientists on the methods of stakeholder engagement and collaboration.

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Reforms, Organizational Change and Performance in Higher Education

This open access book investigates the effects of changes in leadership and managerial structures of Nordic universities resulting from reforms in the last decade. It builds on a rich, comparative dataset across a multiplicity of system-wide (macro) and organisational (meso and micro) dimensions, namely: reform or policy initiatives; drivers, aims, instruments and actors; structural changes within universities; strategic and performance management; the rise of accountability regimes; incentive and evaluative systems; and perceived changes/effects by the key actors involved, at various levels. The volume provides critical insights to the larger phenomenon of change and adaptation within the public sector. Its findings and implications are of relevance to social science researchers, policy makers, managers/administrators, and external stakeholders. Rómulo Pinheiro is Professor of Public Policy and Administration at the Department of Political Science and Management at the University of Agder, Norway. Hanne Foss Hansen is Professor in Public Organisation and Administration at the Department of Political Science, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. Lars Geschwind is Associate Professor in Engineering Education Policy and Management at the Department of Learning, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden. Kirsi Pulkkinen is a researcher at the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Lapland, Finland, and Advisor of co-creation at the Research Services of University of Helsinki, Finland.

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