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Call for contributions:

Book Series “Higher Education. Linking Research, Policy and Practice”

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The series Higher Education. Linking Research, Policy and Practice ( investigates and discusses a diverse range of topical themes in the broad field of Higher Education, such as: trends in strategic management and governance, new insights in (digital) teaching and learning methods, sustainable HR policy, research excellence, third mission policy, or renewed approaches to transnational cooperation and internationalisation.

The books in this series form a unique compilation of selected papers presented at the yearly EAIR Forum which is an international association for higher education researchers, practitioners, students, managers and policy-makers. Herewith the books not only bring together a range of well-selected topical papers, but also a diversity of perspectives: scientific investigations of reputed scholars, critical evidence-based papers of third space professionals, and/or policymakers’ perspectives on the daily practice and management of higher education institutions and systems. In line with the history of EAIR, the series aims to cross boundaries between types of activities and seeks to cater for a mix of contributors. 

Since the start of the series, already three volumes have been published. For the latest volume, have a look at:

Authors who submitted a proposal to the EAIR Forum 2022 are cordially invited to submit their proposal as a contribution to the fourth book volume that will be published in July 2023. The theme of the book will be in line with the theme of the forum: “Accelerating the Future of Higher Education”.

Book chapter proposals can be sent by e-mail to Editor-in-Chief Bruno Broucker ( before September 9th, 2022. Be aware that the editorial team will have to be selective about the chapters that will be included in the volume, and that all chapters will be peer reviewed. Authors will be notified about the decision of the editorial team in the period September-October, 2022.


On behalf of the Series Editors,

Bruno BrouckerTon Kallenberg, and Rosalind M.O. Pritchard

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