Book chapters

2017

  • Schmoch, U. & Kahn, M.J. 2014. Technologie und Innovationspolitik, in De la Fontaine, D., Müller, F., Hofmann, C. & Leubolt, B. (eds.). Das politische System Südafrikas. Berlin: Springer VS. [Click here for more information]

2016
  • Botha, J. Accepted for publication in 2016. The synergy between SAAIR Conference Proceedings and South African Higher Education Policy Initiatives during 1994–2015, in Botha, J. & Muller, N.J. (eds.). Institutional research in support of evidence-based decision making in Higher Education in Southern Africa. Stellenbosch: SunMedia
  • Botha, J., Fourie-Malherbe, M. & Stevens, D. Accepted for publication in 2016. Towards a better understanding of the rationale, challenges and benefits of joint doctoral degrees, in Aitchison, C., Bitzer, E., Albertyn, R. & Fourie-Malherbe, M. (eds.). Postgraduate supervision: future focus for a knowledge society. Stellenbosch: SunMedia.
  • Botha, J. & Hunter-Hüsselmann, M. Accepted for publication in 2016. Institutional research and management and uses of research-related information in research-intensive universities in South Africa, in Botha, J. & Muller, N.J. (eds.). Institutional Research in support of evidence-based decision making in Higher Education in Southern Africa. Stellenbosch: SunMedia.
  • Cloete, N., Moja, T., Ouma, G., Langa, P., Nakayiwa-Mayega, F. & Ssembatya, V. Rankings in Africa: important, interesting, irritating or irrelevant? In Hazelkorn, E. (ed.). Global rankings and the geo-politics of higher education. London: Taylor & Francis.


2015
  • Bailey, T. 2015. The roles of national councils and commissions in African higher education system governance, in Cloete, N., Maassen, P. & Bailey, T. (eds.). Knowledge production and contradictory functions in African higher education. Cape Town: African Minds. 171–202.
  • Botha, J. 2015. Institutional research in South Africa in the service of strategic and academic decision support, in Webber, K. & Calederon, A. (eds.). Institutional research and planning in higher education: global context and themes. Oxford: Routledge, 115-127.
  • Bunting, I., Cloete, N., Li Kam Wah, H. & Nakayiwa-Mayega, F. 2015. Assessing the performance of African flagship universities, in Cloete, N., Maassen, P. & Bailey, T. (eds.). Knowledge production and contradictory functions in African higher education. Cape Town: African Minds. 32–60.
  • Cloete, N. & Maassen, P. 2015. Roles of universities and the African context, in Cloete, N., Maassen, P. & Bailey, T. (eds.). Knowledge production and contradictory functions in African higher education. Cape Town: African Minds. 1–17.
  • Cloete, N., Bunting, I. & Maassen, P. 2015. Research universities in Africa: an empirical overview of eight flagship universities, in Cloete, N., Maassen, P. & Bailey, T. (eds.). Knowledge production and contradictory functions in African higher education. Cape Town: African Minds. 18–31.
  • Cloete, N., Maassen, P., Bunting, I., Bailey, T. & Wangenge-Ouma, G. & Van Schalkwyk, F. 2015. Managing contradictory functions and related policy issues, in Cloete, N., Maassen, P. & Bailey, T. (eds.). Knowledge production and contradictory functions in African higher education. Cape Town: African Minds. 260–289.
  • Cloete, N., Sheppard, C. & Bailey, T. 2015. South Africa as a PhD hub in Africa? in Cloete, N., Maassen, P. & Bailey, T. (eds.). Knowledge production and contradictory functions in African higher education. Cape Town: African Minds.
  • Comins, N. & Kraemer-Mbula, E. 2015. Innovation hubs in Southern Africa, in Adesida, O., Karuri-Sebina, G. & Resende-Santos, J. (eds.). Innovation Africa: emerging hubs of entrepreneurship. London: Emerald.
  • Kahn, M.J. 2015. South Africa, Africa and the BRICs: a set of centre–periphery relationships, in BRICS Year Book 2015. Shanghai: Centre for BRICS Studies, Fudan University. 137–158.
  • Maharajh, R. 2015. Desenvolvendo sustentabilidade e a emergência de um novo paradigma científico, in Cassiolato, J.E., Von Podcameni, G. & Soares, M.C.C. (eds.) Sustentabilidade Socioambiental em um Contexto de Crise, E-Papers, Rio de Janeiro. 141–172.
  • Mouton, J., Gaillard, J. & Van Lill, M. 2015. Functions of science granting councils in sub-Saharan Africa, in Cloete, N., Maassen, P. & Bailey, T. (eds.). Knowledge production and contradictory functions in African higher education. Cape Town: African Minds. 148–170.
  • Musiige G. & Maassen. P. 2015. Faculty perceptions of the factors that influence research productivity, in Cloete, N., Maassen, P. & Bailey, T. (eds.). Knowledge production and contradictory functions in African higher education. Cape Town: African Minds. 109–127.
  • Scerri, M. 2015. Africa’s economic relations with the Indian Ocean Rim, in Rumley, D. (ed.). The political economy of Indian Ocean Maritime Africa. New Delhi: Pentagon Press. 279–301.
  • Scerri, M. 2015. Modes of innovation and the prospects for economic development in South Africa and Tanzania, in Kuhlmann, S. & Ordóñez-Matamoros, G. (eds.). International research handbook on science, technology and innovation policy in developing countries: rationales and relevance. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
  • Tijssen R.J.W. 2015. Research output and international research cooperation in African flagship universities, in Cloete, N., Maassen, P. & Bailey, T. (eds.). Knowledge production and contradictory functions in African higher education. Cape Town: African Minds. 61–74.
  • Van Schalkwyk, F. 2015. University engagement as interconnectedness: indicators and insights, in Cloete, N., Maassen, P. & Bailey, T. (eds.). Knowledge production and contradictory functions in African higher education. Cape Town: African Minds. 203–229.
  • Wangenge- Ouma, G. Lutomiah, A. & Langa, P. 2015. Academic incentives for knowledge production in Africa, in Cloete, N., Maassen, P. & Bailey, T. (eds.). Knowledge production and contradictory functions in African higher education. Cape Town: African Minds. 128–147.


2014
  • Cloete, N. & Gillwald, A. 2014. South African informational development and human development: rights vs. capabilities, in Castells, M. & Himanen. P. (eds.). Reconceptualizing development in the global information age. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 140–174. [Click here for more information]
  • Kahn, M. 2014. STEM education in the quest to build a new South Africa, in Freeman, B., Marginson, S. & Tytler, R. (eds.) The age of STEM educational policy and practice across the world in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. New York: Routledge. 278–291. [Click here for more information]
  • Kahn M., De Melo, L.M. & Matos, M.G.P. de. 2014. The financing of innovation, in Kahn, M., De Melo, L.M. & De Matos, M.G.P. (eds.). Financing innovation: BRICS national systems of innovation. New Delhi: Routledge India. 1–20. [Click here for more information]
  • Ndabeni, L., 2014. National systems of innovation and small enterprise development in South Africa, in Arroio, A. & Scerri, M. (eds.). The promise of small and medium enterprises: BRICS national systems of innovation. New Delhi: Routledge India. 203–240. [Click here for more information]
  • Scerri, M., Soares, M.C.C. & Maharajh, R. 2014. The co-evolution of innovation and inequality, in Soares, M.C.C., Scerri, M. & Maharajh, R. (eds.). Inequality and development challenges: BRICS national systems of innovation. New Delhi: Routledge India. 1–18. [Click here for more information]