Christine Teelken
Christine Teelken
Associate Professor of Organisation Studies, VU University Amsterdam
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Making a difference: Using peers to assess individual students' contributions to a group project
W Cheng, M Warren
Teaching in higher education 5 (2), 243-255, 2000
312*2000
Compliance or pragmatism: how do academics deal with managerialism in higher education? A comparative study in three countries
C Teelken
Studies in Higher Education 37 (3), 2012
2452012
The effects of HRM practices and antecedents on organizational commitment among university employees
SGA Smeenk, RN Eisinga, JC Teelken, J Doorewaard
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 17 (12), 2035-2054, 2006
2392006
Career satisfaction of postdoctoral researchers in relation to their expectations for the future
I Van der Weijden, C Teelken, M de Boer, M Drost
Higher Education 72 (1), 25-40, 2016
1082016
Managerialism, organizational commitment, and quality of job performances among European university employees
S Smeenk, C Teelken, R Eisinga, H Doorewaard
Research in Higher Education 50 (6), 589-607, 2009
1062009
All are equal, but some are more equal than others: Managerialism and gender equality in higher education in comparative perspective
C Teelken, R Deem
Comparative Education 49 (4), 520-535, 2013
1002013
School Choice and the Quasi-market. Oxford Studies in Comparative Education. Volume 6, Number 1.
G Walford
Symposium Books, PO Box 65, Wallingford, Oxfordshire OX10 0YG, England …, 1996
95*1996
Assessing cross-national invariance of the three-component model of organizational commitment: A six-country study of European university faculty
R Eisinga, C Teelken, H Doorewaard
Cross-Cultural Research 44 (4), 341-373, 2010
932010
Restructuring Welfare Governance: Marketization, Managerialism and Welfare State ProfessionalismQuasi-markets and managerial steering techniques have spread in the provision of …
T Klenk, E Pavolini
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2015
622015
Market mechanisms in education: School choice in the Netherlands, England and Scotland in a comparative perspective
C Teelken
Comparative education 35 (3), 283-302, 1999
621999
Hybridity, coping mechanisms, and academic performance management: Comparing three countries
C Teelken
Public Administration 93 (2), 307-323, 2015
602015
Change management: The road ahead
RT By, B Burnes, C Oswick
Journal of Change Management 11 (1), 1-6, 2011
572011
The intricate implementation of performance measurement systems: exploring developments in professional-service organizations in the Dutch non-profit sector
C Teelken
International Review of Administrative Sciences 74 (4), 615-635, 2008
502008
An international comparison of the effects of HRM practices and organizational commitment on quality of job performances among European university employees
S Smeenk, C Teelken, R Eisinga, H Doorewaard
Higher Education Policy 21 (3), 323-344, 2008
462008
Symposium on changing modes of governance in public sector organizations: action and rhetoric
M Dent, N Van Gestel, C Teelken
Public Administration 85 (1), 1-8, 2007
392007
Competition in science: Links between publication pressure, grant pressure and the academic job market
CJF Waaijer, C Teelken, PF Wouters, ICM van der Weijden
Higher education policy 31 (2), 225-243, 2018
362018
Competition in Science: Links Between Publication Pressure, Grant Pressure and the Academic Job Market
CJF Waaijer, C Teelken, P Wouters, I Van der Weijden
Higher Education Policy, 2017
362017
Using peer assessment of fieldwork to enhance students’ practical training
A El-Mowafy
Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education 39 (2), 223-241, 2014
362014
Competition in science: links between publication pressure, grant pressure and the academic job market
CJF Waaijer, C Teelken, PF Wouters, ICM van der Weijden
Higher Education Policy, 1-19, 0
36*
Scrutinizing the balance: Parental care versus educational responsibilities in a changing society
F Smit, G Driessen, P Sleegers, C Teelken
Early Child Development and Care 178 (1), 65-80, 2008
342008
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