Amélia Veiga
Amélia Veiga
Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences, University of Porto
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European universities as complete organizations? Understanding identity, hierarchy and rationality in public organizations
M Seeber, B Lepori, M Montauti, J Enders, H De Boer, E Weyer, I Bleiklie, ...
Public Management Review 17 (10), 1444-1474, 2015
Survey on the implementation of the Bologna process in Portugal
A Veiga, A Amaral
Higher Education 57 (1), 57-69, 2009
The open method of coordination and the implementation of the Bologna process
A Veiga, A Amaral
Tertiary Education and Management 12 (4), 283-295, 2006
The Bologna Process: inception,‘take up’and familiarity
G Neave, A Veiga
Higher Education, 1-19, 2013
Creating a common grammar for European higher education governance
A Magalhães, A Veiga, FM Ribeiro, S Sousa, R Santiago
Higher Education 65 (1), 95-112, 2013
Policy implementation tools and European governance
A Veiga, A Amaral
European integration and the governance of higher education and research …, 2009
Governance of Governance in Higher Education: Practices and lessons drawn from the P ortuguese case
A Magalhães, A Veiga, A Amaral, S Sousa, F Ribeiro
Higher Education Quarterly 67 (3), 295-311, 2013
Differentiated integration and the Bologna Process
A Veiga, A Magalhaes, A Amaral
Journal of Contemporary European Research 11 (1), 2015
Governance and institutional autonomy: Governing and governance in Portuguese higher education
A Magalhães, A Veiga, F Ribeiro, A Amaral
Higher Education Policy 26 (2), 243-262, 2013
The internationalisation of Portuguese Higher Education: How are higher education institutions facing this new challenge?
A Veiga, MJ Rosa, A Amaral
Higher Education Management and Policy 18 (1), 105-120, 2007
Soft law and the implementation problems of the Bologna process
A Veiga, A Amaral
Bologna and the institutionalisation of European higher education area
A Veiga
University of Porto: Doctoral Thesis (2 vols.), Porto, 2010
European policy implementation and higher education
C Sin, A Veiga, A Amaral
Analysing the Bologna Process, 2016
From Collegial Governance to Boardism: Reconfiguring Governance in Higher Education
A Veiga, A Magalhaes, A Amaral
The Palgrave international handbook of higher education policy and …, 2015
Implementing Bologna in Southern European countries: Comparative analysis of some research findings
A Veiga, A Amaral, A Mendes
Education for Chemical Engineers 3 (1), e47-e56, 2008
How does the Bologna process challenge the national traditions of higher education institutions?
A Veiga, A Amaral
Cultural perspectives on higher education, 245-263, 2008
Competition, cooperation, consequences and choices Internationalisation in higher education
N Frølich, A Veiga, RP de Dezembro
Paper to be presented at EAIE/EAIR Joint Seminar, Amsterdam 22, 23, 2005
The European higher education area: Various perspectives on the complexities of a multi-level governance system
A Amaral, A Veiga
The long road—how evolving institutional governance mechanisms are changing the face of quality in Portuguese higher education
CS Sarrico, A Veiga, A Amaral
Educational Assessment, Evaluation and Accountability 25 (4), 375-391, 2013
Why is it Difficult to Grasp the Impacts of the P ortuguese Quality Assurance System?
A Veiga, MJ Rosa, D Dias, A Amaral
European Journal of Education 48 (3), 454-470, 2013
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