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Wenner-Gren International Series, volume 86
Trust in Universities

Edited by Lars Engwall (Uppsala University, Sweden) and Peter Scott (University of London, UK)



CONTENTS
Preface
Contributors
Abbreviations

Part 1: Basic Considerations

1
Setting the scene
Lars Engwall and Peter Scott
1-13
2
Trust as a necessary attitude in learning and research
Ray Spier, with comments by Jens Erik Fenstad
15-24
3
Public trust and institutions of higher learning: implications for professional responsibility
Stephanie J. Bird, with comments by Terri Kim
25-39
4
Accountability, the Magna Charta Universitatum and the Bologna Declaration
André Oosterlinck, with comments by Alessandro Cavalli
41-52

Part II: Universities and the Audit Society

5
The university in the audit society: on accountability, trust and markets
Jürgen Enders, with comments by Göran Hermerén
53-68
6
Audits and the university: the restoration of personal trust in higher education
Michael Huber, with comments by Kerstin Sahlin
69-81
7
The loss of trust and how to regain it: performance measures and entrepreneurial universities
Peter Weingart, with comments by Rolf Torstendahl
83-95

Part III: Universities and the Media

8
Higher education and the media: a meeting of minds?
John O'Leary, with comments by Thorsten Nybom
97-111
9
The last endangered species
Robert L. Park, with comments by Denis Weaire
113-124
10
The integrity of creating, communicating and consuming information online in the context of Higher Education Institutions
Simon Rogerson, with comments by Robert B. Kvavik
125-136

Part IV: Universities and Markets

11
Branding the university: relational strategy of identity construction in a competitive field
Gili S. Drori, Guiseppe Delmestri and Achim Oberg, with comments by Inge-Bert Täljedal
137-151
12
Higher Education Institutions between a global and a local challenge
Giovanni Natile, with comments by Erik De Corte
153-166
13
Universities struggling with accountability and trust: insights from university–industry interactions in innovative foods
Maureen McKelvey, with comments by Dan Brändström
167-178

Part V: Conclusions

14
Trust in universities, audit society, the media and markets
Lars Engwall and Peter Scott
125-133
Index
191-194
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