Presenting a Systematic Framework of Factors Influencing the Policy of University Governance Transformation

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Saeed Mirnejati, Hosein Aslipour, Seyed Mehdi Alvani


Objective: This article uses the ultra-compound method to provide systematic framework of effective factors.

Method: Meta-composition method is choosing 470 related articles and research in 2000-2024 from Web of Science citation index. This research is qualitative and interpretive paradigm aiming to discover the characteristics of  development policy governance. Also, in terms of research time, it is cross-sectional.

Results: The characteristics of this new approach to transition of governance can be seen in four categories; The role of the state, university, society and the market. Each of these four groups also has parts below.

Conclusion: The issues of "power and policy developments, policy processes improvement" and "Information exchange,trust and diverse", the researchers have had more and more different research on issues of "qualitative and quantitative development" and "raising of the student's generation" and have not been studied in different dimensions. On this basis and regarding the importance of policy issues, implementation of policies, future research can pay more attention to the recent two dimensions. The findings of this study can be useful for applying new approaches to improve governance transformation in different policy fields.


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