Bibliography

The Corporatization of Higher Education Bibliography (collating and adding to various bibliographies)

Canada-specific:

Angus, Ian. (2009). Love the Questions. Arbeiter Ring Publishing.

Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT). (2010). CAUT Almanac of Post-Secondary Education in Canada. Ottawa: CAUT.

Chan, A. S., & Fisher, D. (2008). The Exchange University: Corporatization of Academic Culture. Toronto: UBC Press.

Cote, M., Day, R. J., & de Peuter, G. (2007). Utopian pedagogy: Radical Experiments against Neoliberal Globalization. Toronto: University of Toronto Press Inc.

Cote, James E, & Anton Allahar. (2007) Ivory Tower Blues: A University System in Crisis. Toronto: UT Press.

Lin, Jane. The Teaching Profession: trends from 1999 to 2005. Labour Force Survey. Statistics Canada. http://www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/81-004-x/2006004/9540-eng.htm#d retrieved September 28, 2010.

Lykke de la Cour. 2009. The Casualization of Academic Labour at York University. York Democratic Forum. <http://www.yorkdemocraticforum.org/node/23> retrieved September 28, 2010.

McNally, David. “Welcome to the Corporate University.” Montreal Serai Magazine 13.2 (Summer/00).

Noble, David. 2001. Digital Diploma Mills: the automation of higher education. Toronto : Between the Lines, 2001

Noble, David. Distance Education on the Web: Digital Diploma Mills: Part I: The Automation of Higher Education (Oct/97); Part II: The Coming Battle Over Online Instruction (Mar/98); Part III: The Bloom Is Off the Rose (Nov/98); Part IV: Rehearsal for the Revolution (Nov/99); Part V: Fool’s Gold (Mar/01).

Noble, David. “Private Pretensions: The Battle for Canada’s Universities.” Canadian Dimensions (Sept-Oct/05)

[*]Newson, J., & Buchbinder, H. (1988). The University Means Business: University, Corporations and Academic Work. Toronto: Garamond Press.

Newson, J. 1988. The corporate-linked university: from social project ot Markket force. Canadin Journal of Communication. 23(1)

Nova Scotia Public Interest Research Group, A New Paradigm for Paying the Piper: Access, Control and Commercialization at Halifax Universities (2007).

Omiecinski, Teresa. 2003. Hiring of Part-Time University Faculty on the Increase. Education Quarterly Review 9(3). Statistics Canada—catalogue no.81-003. http://www.statcan.gc.ca/bsolc/olc-cel/olc-cel?catno=81-003-X20020036671&lang=eng retrieved September 28, 2010.

Polster, Claire. “The Privatization of our Public Universities.” Saskatchewan Notes 2.7 (Mar/03; PDF).

Polster, Claire. “Privatizing Canada’s Public Universities.” Canadian Dimension (Sept-Oct/05).

___.”The Future of the Liberal University in the Era of the Global Knowledge Grab”

Turk, James ed. (2000) The Corporate Campus: Commercialization and the Dangers to Canada’s Colleges and Universities. Toronto: James Lorimer & Company Ltd.

Turk, ed. (2008) Universities at Risk: How Politics, Special Interests and Corporatization Threaten Academic Integrity. Lorimer.

Tudiver, N. (1999). Universities for Sale. Toronto: James Lorimer and Company Ltd.

Woodhouse, Howard. 2009. Selling Out: Academic Freedom and the Corporate Market. Montréal & Kingston : London ; Ithaca : McGill-Queen’s University Press, c2009.

Workplace: A Journal for Academic Labor 2005, Vol. 7 : 1 (November): http://cust.educ.ubc.ca/workplace/ (based on UBC 2004 conference: University of British Columbia Faculty Assn. “What Price Freedom? Academic Freedom and the Corporate Univer$ity.” (2004): includes resources.

Indhu Rajagopal. Hidden Academics: Contract Faculty in Canadian Universities. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2002 < http://voyager.library.uvic.ca/vwebv/holdingsInfo?searchId=7672&recCount=25&recPointer=0&bibId=1748712

Doug Lorimer, “Tenured Faculty or Endangered Species,” CAUT/ACPPU Bulletin Online, Vol. 55, No. 10 (2008): 3-4.

HISTORICAL/Conservative:

Our Universities Can be Smarter’ Macleans August 3, 2009 [where elite 5 unis speak out]

Maxwell, J. a. (1984). Partnership for Growth: Corporate-University Cooperation in Canada. Montréal: Corporate-Higher Education Forum.

Emberley, Peter C & Waller R. Newell. 1994. Bankrupt Education: The Decline of Liberal Education in Canada. Toronto: UT Press.

Cameron, JM (1978). On the Idea of the University. Toronto: UT Press.

Horn, Michiel. 1999. Academic Freedom in Canada. Toronto: UT Press.

POSSIBILITIES (general):

Collins, M. (2003, May). The People’s Free University. Canadian Center for Policy Alternatives

Edu-Factory. “Toward a Global Autonomous University: Cognitive Labor, The Production of Knowledge, and Exodus from the Education Factory” (autonomedia)

Benjamin Johnson, Patrick Kavanagh, and Kevin Mattson, eds. Steal This University: The Rise of the Corporate University and the Academic Labor Movement. New York: Routledge, 2003

Joe Berry Reclaiming the Ivory Tower: Organizing Adjuncts to Change Higher Education. New York: Monthly Review Press, 2005, p. 4.
Ibid., pp. 4-5.

General Works:

Aronowitz, Stanley, The Knowledge Factory: Dismantling the Corporate University and Creating True Higher Learning, Boston: Beacon Press, 2000.

Barrow, Clyde, “The New Economy and Restructuring Higher Education,” Thought and Action, Vol. XVI, Number 2, Fall 2000.

Barrow, Clyde W., Universities and the Capitalist State: Corporate Liberalism and the Reconstruction of American Higher Education, 1894-1928, Madison: The University of Wisconsin Press, 1990.

Bergson, Lisa, “Why Academia and Business Don’t Always Mix,” BusinessWeek Online, 30 June 2000.

Bok, Derek, Universities in the Marketplace: The Commercialization of Higher Education, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2003.

Bromell, Nick, “Summa Cum Avaritia: Plucking a Profit From the Groves of Academe,” Harper’s Magazine, February 2002.

Bousquet. How the University Works: Higher Education and the Low-Wage Nation. New York: NY University Press, 2008.

Donoghue, Frank. (2008). The Last Professors: the corporate university and the fate of the humanitites. New York: Fordham University Press.

Engel, Michael, The Struggle for the Control of Public Education: Market Ideology vs. Democratic Values, Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2000.

Giroux, Henry. 2007. The University in Chains.. Boulder: Paradigm Publsihers.

Levine, Arthur, “The Soul of a New University,” New York Times, 13 March 2000.

Martin, Randy ed., Chalk Lines: The Politics of Work in the Managed University, Durham: Duke University Press, 1998.

Newfield, Christopher, Ivy and Industry: Business and the Making of the American University, 1880-1980, Durham: Duke University Press, 2003.

New York Times, “Investors See Room for Profit In the Demand for Education,” 4 November 1999.

Oblinger, Diana G. and Anne-Lee Verville, What Business Wants From Higher Education, Phoenix: The Oryx Press, 1998.

Readings, Bill. (1996) THe University in Ruins. Cambridge: Harard University Press.

Rhoades, Gary, Managed Professionals, Albany: State University of New York Press, 1998.

Rugh, Richard S. (2001). Higher Ed Inc: The Rise of the For-Profit University. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University.

Shaw, George C., “Debunking the Myth of Academe,” Thought and Action Vol. XVI, Number 2, Fall 2000.

Shumar, Wesley, College for Sale: A Critique of the Commodification of Higher Education, Washington, DC: The Falmer Press, 1997.

Slaughter, Sheila and Larry L. Leslie, Academic Capitalism: Politics, Policies, and the Entrepreneurial University, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1997.

Stein, Donald G., ed., Buying In or Selling Out? The Commercialization of the American Research University, New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2004.

Washburn., Jennifer. 2005. University Inc: the Coproate Corruptopn of HIger Education. New York_ Basic Books.

White, Geoffry D. with Flannery C. Hauck, eds., Campus, Inc.: Corporate Power in the Ivory Tower, Amherst, New York: Prometheus Books, 2000.

Distance Education:

Armstrong, Lloyd, “Distance Learning: An Academic Leader’s Perspective on a Disruptive Product,” Change, November/December 2000.

Carnevale, Dan, “Legislative Audit Criticizes Western Governors University,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, 6 October 2000.

Carr, Sarah, “A Day in the Life of a New Type of Professor,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, 15 December 2000.

Carr, Sarah, “For-Profit Venture to Market Distance Education Courses Stirs Concern at Temple U.,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, 9 December 1999.

Carr, Sarah, “Is Anyone Making Money on Distance Education?” The Chronicle of Higher Education, 16 February 2001.

Carr, Sarah, “Western Governors U. Officials Say They’re Content with Modest Pace of Enrollment,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, 17 December 1999.

Carr, Sarah and Andrea L. Foster, “State Struggle to Regulate Online Colleges That Lack Accreditation,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, 23 March 2001.

Coopers and Lybrand Learning Partnership Roundtable, The Transformation of Higher Education in the Digital Age, July 1997.

Eklund, Bridget, “Street Talk: Wall Street Examines e-Learning,” Red Herrring.com, 26 January 2001.

Eyal Press and Jennifer Washburn, “Digital Diplomas,” Mother Jones, January-February 2001.

Finkelstein, Martin J., Carol Frances, Frank I. Jewett, and Bernhard W. Scholz, ed., Dollars, Distance and Online Education: The New Economics of College Teaching and Learning, Phoenix: Oryx Press, 2000.

Grimes, Ann, “A Matter of Degree,” The Wall Street Journal, 17 July 2000.

Gunn, Eileen P., “Ivy League Wants A Piece of Online Education,” Upside Today, 25 November 2000.

Leatherman, Courtney, “U. of Phoenix’s Faculty Members Insist They Offer High-Quality Education,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, 16 October 1998. <http://www.chronicle.com/weekly/v45/i08/08a01401.htm&gt;

Lindquist, Christopher, “Virtual Diploma,” Upside Today, 6 April 2000.

Margolis, Jason, “A Questionable Pedigree: Online Colleges Proliferate; Are They Worthwhile?” CBS Marketwatch, 17 October 2000.

Massy, William F. and Robert Zemsky, “Using Information Technology to Enhance Academic Productivity,” From Educom National Learning Infrastructure Initiative White Paper Series, 1995. <http://www.educause.edu/nlii/keydocs/massy.html&gt;

Mendels, Pamela, “Online Education Gets a Credibility Boost,” New York Times, 13 March 1999.

The National Learning Infrastructure Initiative. <http://www.educause.edu/nlii/&gt;

Noble, David F., Digital Diploma Mills: The Automation of Higher Education, NY: Monthly Review Press, 2002.

Noble, David F., “Digital Diploma Mills, Part I – IV,” November 1999. <http://www.communication.ucsd.edu/dl/&gt;

O’Neill, James M., “For-Profit Temple Spin-Off Will Offer Online Courses,” The Philadelphia Inquirer, 4 November 1999.

Rewick, Jennifer, “Off Campus,” The Wall Street Journal, 12 March 2001.

Schiller, Dan, Digital Capitalism: Networking the Global Market System, Cambridge: MIT Press, 1999.

Stross, Randall E., “The New Mailbox U.,” US News.com, 15 January 2000.

Svetcov, Danielle, “The Virtual Classroom Vs. The Real One,” Forbes Global, 18 September 2000.

Traub, James, “Drive thru U, The New Yorker, 20 and 27 October 1997.

Traub, James, “This Campus Is Being Simulated,” The New York Times Magazine, 19 November 2000.

Twigg, Carol A., “Improving Learning and Reducing Costs: Redesigning Large Enrollment Courses,” The Pew Learning and Technology Program, 1999.

Twigg, Carol A., “The Need for a National Learning Infrastructure,” From National Learning Infrastructure Initiative Monograph originally published in Educom Review Vol. 29, No. 4, 5, 6. <http://www.educause.edu/nlii/keydocs/monograph.html&gt;

Twigg, Carol A. and Diana G. Oblinger, “The Virtual University,” From A Report from a Joint Educom/IBM Roundtable, Washington D.C., November 5-6, 1996. <http://www.educause.edu/nlii/VU.html&gt;

University of Illinois Faculty Seminar, “Teaching at an Internet Distance: the Pedagogy of Online Teaching and Learning.” <http://www.vpaa.uillinois.edu/tid/report/tid_report.html&gt;

Young, Jeffrey R., “Harvard Considers Limits on Teaching Online Courses for Other Institutions,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, 25 April 2000.

Resource Allocation:

Dubeck, Leroy W., “Beware Higher Ed’s Newest Budget Twist,” Thought and Action (Spring 1997).

West, J. Anthony et al., “RCM as a Catalyst: Study Examines the Use of Responsibility Center Management on Campus,” Business Officer (August 1997).

Whalen, Edward L., Responsibility Center Budgeting: An Approach to Decentralized Management for Institutions of Higher Education, Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1991.

Corporate Management Practices:

Currie, Jan and Leslie Vidovich, “The Ascent Toward Corporate Managerialism in American and Australian Universities,” in Chalk Lines: The Politics of Work in the Managed University, ed. Randy Martin, Durham: Duke University Press, 1998.

Schmidt, Jeff Disciplined Minds: A Critical Look at Salaried Professionals and the Soul-Battering System That Shapes Their Lives, New York: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 2000.

Sponsored Research:

Eyal Press and Jennifer Washburn, “The Kept University,” The Atlantic Monthly, March 2000.

Minsky, Leonard “Dead Souls: The Aftermath of Bayh-Dole,” in Campus, Inc: Corporate Power in the Ivory Tower, ed. Geoffry D. White and Flannery C. Hauck, Amherst, New York: Prometheus Books, 2000.

Minsky, Leonard “Greed in the Groves: Part II,” Thought and Action Vol. XVI, Number 2,Fall 2000.

Noble, David “Science for Sale,” Thought and Action Vol. XVI, Number 2, Fall 2000.

Students as Consumers:

Levine, Arthur and Jeanette S. Cureton, When Hope and Fear Collide: A Portrait of Today’s College Student, New York: Jossey-Bass, 1998, excerpted in “The Privatization of Higher Education: Who is the Competition,” PBS/The College Board, 1998.

Corporate Universities:

DeVeaux, Paul, “Life at Corporate U.,” E-Learning Magazine, February 2001. <http://www.elarrningmag.com/issues/feb01/life.htm&gt;

Gould, Eric, The University in a Corporate Culture, New Haven: Yale University Press, 2003.

Ince, John F., “Training Choices and E-Learning,” Upside Today, 25 November 2000.

Johnson, Benjamin, Patrick Kavanagh, and Kevin Mattson, ed., Steal This University: The Rise of the Corporate University and the Academic Labor Movement, NY: Routledge, 2003.

Meister, Jeanne C., “The Brave World of Corporate Education,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, 9 February 2001.

Soley, Lawrence C., Leasing the Ivory Tower: The Corporate Takeover of Academia, Boston, MA: South End Press, 1995.

Tracey, William R., “Accreditation of Corporate Colleges and Universities,” Corporate University Review, January/February 1997. <http://www.traininguniversity.com/magazine/jan_feb97/accred.html&gt;

Washburn, Jennifer, University Inc.: The Corporate Corruption of Higher Education, NY: Basic Books, 2005.

For-profit Colleges and Universities:

Strosnider, Kim, “For-Profit University Challenges Traditional Colleges,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, 6 June 1997. <http://www.chronicle.com/che-data/…t-43.dir/issue-39.dir/39a03201.htm&gt;

Wolfe, Alan, “How a For-Profit University Can Be Invaluable to the Traditional Liberal Arts,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, 4 December 1998.

The Corporatization of SUNY Bibliography

Aaron, Kenneth. “Albany Leads in Tiny Realm.” Times Union.http://timesunion.com/Aspstories/storyprint.asp?storyID=435662. Tuesday, January 3, 2006.

Aaron, Kenneth. “Gov. Pataki to Unveil UAlbany, Downstate Projects by IBM, Netherlands Lithography Giant ASML and Other Microchip Companies that Would Create 1,000 jobs.”

http://www.albanynanotech.org/news/printable.cfm?id=261

Aaron, Kenneth. “Research Hopes Take a New View.” Times Union.http://timesunion.com/aspstories/storyprint.asp?storyid=383177. Wednesday, July 27, 2005.

Academic Research and Development Expenditures (FY 2003).” National Science Foundation Report 2003.

Anderson, Eric. “$300 million Albany Nanotech Initiative Announced.” Times Union. September 26, 2005. Albany, NY. http://timesunion.com/AspStories/storyprint.asp?StoryID=402700

Announcement of Investments in Downtown Buffalo.” Remarks by Speaker Sheldon Silver. New York State Assembly Press Release: January 20, 2006. NYSA Website. Accessed: 1/23/06. http://www.assembly.state.ny.us/Press/20060120/

A Special Report from the NYS Assembly Task Force on University-Industry Cooperation: Message From the Chair.” August 2005, NYSA Website: Accessed: 1/24/06, http://www.assembly.state.ny.us/comm/UnivIndCoop/20050831/ .

A Special Report from the NYS Assembly Task Force on University-Industry Cooperation: Message From the Chair.” Summer 2002, NYSA Website: Accessed: 1/26/06, http://www.assembly.state.ny.us/comm/UnivIndCoop/20020808/ .

Birchard, Karen. “Canadian Report Warns that Corporate Pressures Imperil Medical Research..” Today’s News, The Chronicle of Higher Education. November 22, 2004

Business and Workforce Development.” The State University of New York Website. Accessed 1/24/06. http://www.suny.edu/CommunityColleges/business.cfm.

Business-Higher Education Roundtable of the Capital Region.” Press Release: November 1, 2005. SUNY Albany News Website. Accessed: 1/31/06. http://www.albany.edu/news/releases/2005/nov2005/bus_ed_roundtable.shtml

Fiscal Policy Institute. “State of Working New York 2005.”

Fiscal Policy Institute. “State of Working New York 2006.”

Giuffo, John. “The Decline of Higher Ed Under Pataki.” Feature: SUNY, Inc., September 18-24, 2002. The Village Voice Website. Accessed: 9/18/02

Governor Announces Funding to Spur High-tech Innovations NYSTAR.” Press Release: August 8, 2005. New York State Office of the Governor.

Governor Announces Major, New $435 Million in Nanoelectronics Research Institute to be Located at Center of Excellence in Albany.” SUNY Albany News Website. Accessed 1/31/06. http://cnse.alarius.net/PopUpWeb.cfm?Popup=News.PrintPopUp&NewsID=54.

Guterman, Lila. “Many Medical Schools Allow Drug Companies Substantial Control of Clinical Trials, Study Finds.” Today’s News, The Chronicle of Higher Education. May 27, 2005.

Guterman, Lila. “Medical Students are Bombarded by Drug-Company Blandishments, Survey Finds.” Today’s News, The Chronicle of Higher Education. September 7, 2005.

Guterman, Lila. “Peer-Review Researchers Explore Hyped Conclusions, Open Access, and Bias.” Today’s News, The Chronicle of Higher Education. September 19, 2005.

Horton, Richard. “The Dawn of McScience.” The New York Review of Books., March 11, 2004. Vol. 51, No. 4.

Mathews, Anna Wilde. “Worrisome Ailment in Medicine: Misleading Journal Articles.” New Protocol, The Wall Street Journal. May 10, 2005, p. A1.

New York State Senate NextGen Task Force

http://www.albanynanotech.org/about/personnel_growth.cfm

National Science Foundation. “Academic Research and Development Expenditures, Fiscal Year 2003”

New York State Public Higher Ed Conference Board Testimony, 2005

NY High Tech.” Empire State Development Corporation Website. http://www.nylovesbiz.com/hightechdefault.asp

Pendall, Rolf, Matthew P. Drennan and Susan Christopherson. “Transition and Renewal: The Emergence of a Diverse Upstate Economy.” The Brookings Institution, Center on Metropolitan Policy. January 2004.

R&D Investment at Colleges, Universities Sets New Record.” NYS Office of Science, Technology and Academic Research website press release July 21, 2005. Accessed: 9/21/05. http://www.ystar.state.ny.us/pr/05/press32-05.htm.

Rulison, Larry. “$300M Partnership for NanoTech.” Times Union. September 27, 2005. Albany, NY. http://timesunion.com/AspStories/storyprint.asp?StoryID=402982 .

State University of New York, Institutional Research. Statistical Release: Employees of the Institutions of the State University of New York, 1994-2005.

Stinebiser, Lorraine O.W. “UB CAT Announces Funding for Industry-University Research.” http://www.buffalo.edu/reporter/vol36/vol36n31/articles/catprojects.html. Thursday, April 28, 2005.

SUNY is Going Global.” MidHudsonNews.Com website: Accessed 12/20/05. http://www.midhudsonnews.com/News/SUNY_global-13Dec05.htm

Treasurers Review of Financial Statements.” August 13, 2004. The Research Foundation of the State University of New York., Report of Independent Auditors.

Wood, J.J. M.D., Alistair, Drazen, M.D., Jeffrey, and Greene, M.D., Michael F. “A Sad Day for Science at the FDA.” Perspective. The New England Journal of Medecine, September 22, 2005.

Wright, Alex. “From Ivory Tower to Academic Sweatshop.” Salon.com Technology Website. Accessed 1/28/05. http://www.saon.com/tech/feature/2005/01/26/distance_learning/print.html.

Young, Cynthia. “Academic Capitalism in a Public Ivy.” Workplace Website. Accessed 10/10/2005. http://www.cust.educ.ubc.ca/workplace/workplace2-1/young.html.

Zimmerman, Rachel, and Tomsho, Robert. “Medical Editor Turns Activist on Drug Trials.” The Wall Street Journal. May 26, 2005, p. B1.

Electronic:

Print:

  • Aronowitz, Stanley. The Knowledge Factory: Dismantling the Corporate University and Creating True Higher Learning.
  • Bell, S. Government Policy, Corporate Money, and University Behaviour: An Analysis of the Board of Industrial Leadership and Development Matching Research Grant Program 1981-1983. Toronto: University of Toronto, 1988.
  • NEW: Berry, Joe. Reclaiming the Ivory Tower: Organizing Adjuncts to Change Higher Education. Monthly Review Press & North American Alliance for Fair Employment, 2005.
  • Bloom, M.R. Ethical Guidelines for Business-Education Partnerships. Ottawa: The Conference Board of Canada, 1995.
  • Bok, Derek. Universities in the Marketplace: The Commercialization of Higher Education. Princeton UP, 2003.
  • Bousquet, Marc. How the University Works: Higher education and the low-wage nation. NYU Press, 2008.
  • Bowles, Samuel, and Herbert Gintis. Schooling in Capitalist America: Educational Reform and the Contradictions of Economic Life.
  • Bruneau, William, and Donald C. Savage. Counting Out The Scholars: The case against performance indicators in higher education. Toronto: James Lorimer & Co., 2002.
  • Buchbinder, Howard, and Janice Newson. The University Means Business. Garamond Press, 1988.
  • Calvert, John, and Larry Kuehn. Pandora’s Box: Corporate Power, Free Trade and Canadian Education. Toronto: James Lorimer & Co., 1993.
  • Donoghue, Frank. The Last Professors: The Corporate University and the Fate of the Humanities. Fordham UP, 2008.
  • Downs, James T., Jr., and Jennifer Manion, ed. Taking Back the Academy!: History of Activism, History as Activism. Routledge, 2004.
  • Engell, James, and Anthony Dangerfield. Saving Higher Education in the Age of Money. University of Virginia Press, 2005.
  • Giroux, Henry. The University in Chains: Confronting the Military-Industrial-Academic Complex.
  • Giroux, Henry, and Susan Searls Giroux. Take Back Higher Education.
  • Gould, Eric. The University in a Corporate Culture. Yale University Press, 2003.
  • Greenberg, Daniel S. Science for Sale: The Perils, Rewards, and Delusions of Campus Capitalism. U of Chicago P, 2007.
  • Hamilton, Neil W. Academic Ethics: Problems and Materials on Professional Conduct and Shared Governance. Praeger, 2002.
  • Leitch, Vincent. “Work Theory.” Critical Inquiry (Winter 2005): 286-301.
  • Mandel, David. Academic Corporation. Black Rose, 1987.
  • Marginson, Simon, and Mark Considine. The Enterprise University: Power, Governance and Reinvention in Australia. Cambridge University Press, 2000.
  • Margolis, Eric, ed. The Hidden Curriculum in Higher Education. Routledge, 2001.
  • Martin, Randy, ed. Chalk Lines: The Politics of Work in the Managed University.
  • Nelson, Cary, Manifesto of a Tenured Radical.
  • Nelson, Cary, and Michael Bérubé. Higher Education Under Fire.
  • Nelson, Cary, and Stephen Watt. Academic Keywords: A Devil’s Dictionary for Higher Education.
  • Nelson, Cary, and Stephen Watt. Office Hours: Activism and Change in the Academy.
  • Newfield, Christopher. Unmaking the Public University: The Forty-Year Assault on the Middle Class.
  • Noble, David. Digital Diploma Mills: The automation of higher education. Monthly Review Press, 2001.
  • Paquette, Jerry. Publicly Supported Education in Post-Modern Canada: An Imploding Universe? Toronto: James Lorimer & Co., 1994.
  • Pocklington, Tom and Allan Tupper. No Place to Learn: Why Universities Aren’t Working. U of Washington P, 2002.
  • Polster, Claire. “The Future of the Liberal University in the Era of the Global Knowledge Grab.” Higher Education 39.1 (Jan 2000): 19-41. (Available on EbscoHost).
  • Press, Eyal, and Jennifer Washburn. “The Kept University.” The Atlantic Monthly. (March 2000): 39-54. (Available on EbscoHost).
  • Reimer, Marilee, ed. Inside Corporate U: Women in the Academy Speak Out. Toronto: Sumach Press, 2004.
  • Rhoades, Gary. Managed Professionals: Unionized Faculty and Restructuring Academic Labor.
  • Saltman, Kenneth J. Collateral Damage: Corporatizing Public Schools — A Threat to Democracy. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 2000.
  • Saltman, Kenneth J., and David A. Gabbard, ed. Education as Enforcement: The Militarization and Corporatization of Schools. Routledge, 2003. [both about K-12 in the U.S.A., but still of interest]
  • Shulman, Seth. Owning the Future: Staking Claims on the Knowledge Frontier, Houghton Mifflin, 1999.
  • Slaughter, S., and L.L. Leslie. Academic Capitalism: Politics, Policies, and the Entrepreneurial University. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1997.
  • Slaughter, Sheila, and Gary Rhoades. Academic Capitalism and the New Economy: Markets, State, and Higher Education. The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2004.
  • Soley, Lawrence C. Leasing the Ivory Tower: The Corporate Takeover of Academia. South End Press, 1995.
  • Soloway, Albert H. Failed Grade: The Corporatization And Decline of Higher Education. American University & Colleges Press, 2006.
  • **Tudiver, Nick. Universities for Sale: Resisting Corporate Control over Canadian Higher Education. Toronto: CAUT/James Lorimer & Co., 1999.
  • **Turk, James, ed. The Corporate Campus: Commercialization and the Dangers to Canada’s Colleges and Universities. Toronto: CAUT/James Lorimer & Co., 2000.
  • Turk, James. Universities at Risk: How Politics, Special Interests and Corporatization Threaten Academic Integrity. Toronto: CAUT/James Lorimer & Co., 2008.
  • Washburn, Jennifer. University Inc.: The Corporate Corruption of Higher Learning. Basic Books, 2005.
  • White, Geoffry D., and Flannery C. Hauck, ed. Campus, Inc.: Corporate Power in the Ivory Tower. Prometheus Books, 2000.
  • Williams, Jeffrey. “The Post-Welfare State University.” American Literary History (ALH) 18 (2006): 190-216.
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