Managing the Entrepreneurial University: Legal Issues and Commercial Realities

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2011-04-18
  • Publisher: Routledge

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An essential text for administrators and professionals studying Higher Education law, Managing the Entrepreneurial University considers the full range of legal issues relevant to American higher education today. It explores the trends, issues and legal difficulties facing entrepreneurial institutions and provides thoughtful strategies for preventing or mitigating legal challenges. The author explains the fundamental concepts of higher education law in clear, non-technical language, grounding them in contemporary challenges to higher education management, particularly those associated with increased external market interaction.„Successful higher education administrators develop management approaches that take into account rules and doctrine as defined by courts and legislatures. This book will help current and future administrators develop expertise and recognize legal issues as they emerge, providing the background necessary to pose thoughtful questions to counsel and engage in sophisticated discussions about possible responses to legal problems. Experienced higher education administrators working in student affairs, development, philanthropy, and financial affairs will also find that this book both clarifies legal issues and deepens their understanding of the legal environment associated with the entrepreneurial university.„

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