The change in the public university setting in the last few decades, with the wave of New Public Management (NPM) logics and neo-liberal imperatives supported by a mode of regulation based on “fabrication” (Ball, 2000), commodification (Radin, 2001) and performativity (Lyotard, 1984), has led to a drastic reduction of public funds, managerialization and dramatic cut in costs, while obnubilating the idea that public universities produce public goods.

Introduction to the special issue: “Performance measurement systems in universities: Threats or opportunities for governance?”

Manes Rossi F.
;
Mussari R.;
2022

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The change in the public university setting in the last few decades, with the wave of New Public Management (NPM) logics and neo-liberal imperatives supported by a mode of regulation based on “fabrication” (Ball, 2000), commodification (Radin, 2001) and performativity (Lyotard, 1984), has led to a drastic reduction of public funds, managerialization and dramatic cut in costs, while obnubilating the idea that public universities produce public goods.
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