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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Change management: The road ahead
RT By, B Burnes, C Oswick
Journal of Change Management 11 (1), 1-6, 2011
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
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
Hybridity, coping mechanisms, and academic performance management: Comparing three countries
C Teelken
Public Administration 93 (2), 307-323, 2015
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
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
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
Using peer assessment of fieldwork to enhance students’ practical training
A El-Mowafy
Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education 39 (2), 223-241, 2014
Market mechanisms in education, a comparative study of school choice in the Netherlands, England and Scotland
JC Teelken
“How to strike the right balance between quality assurance and quality control in the perceptions of individual lecturers”: A comparison of UK and Dutch higher education …
C Teelken, L Lomas
Tertiary Education and management 15 (3), 259-275, 2009
School choice in the Netherlands
S Karsten, C Teelken
Oxford Studies in Comparative Education 6 (1), 17-31, 1996
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