Liudvika Leišytė - Selected Publications#


Leišytė, L., Dee, J., & Meulen, B. J. R. van der (Eds.) (2023). Research Handbook on the Transformation of Higher Education. Edward Elgar.

Broucker, B., De Wit, K., Verhoeven, J. C. & Leišytė, L. (2019). Higher Education System Reform. An international comparative analysis. Leiden: Brill Publishers.

Leišytė, L. & Wilkesmann, U. (2016). Organizing Academic Work in Higher Education: Teaching, Learning and Identities. London: Routledge.

Leišytė, L. (2007) University Governance and Academic Research. Enschede: University of Twente.


Baumann, S. & Leišytė, L. (2022). Changing research structures and academic staff competence in the Swiss non-traditional university sector. Higher Education Policy, 35(3), 750–771.

Leišytė, L., Rose, A.-L., & Sterk-Zeeman, N. (2022). Higher education policies and interdisciplinarity in Germany. Tertiary Education and Management, 28(4), 353–370.

Leišytė, L., Pekşen, S., & Tönnes, L. (2022). The influence of university's HRM practices on female academics' progression to management positions. Journal of East European Management Studies, 27(4)..

Leišytė L. & Želvys R. (2021). Special issue of Acta Paedagogica Vilnensia: International perspectives on transforming management of higher education [Preface]]. Acta Paedagogica Vilnensia, 46, 8-12.

Želvys, R., Leišytė, L., Pekşen, S., Bružienė, R., & Rose, A.-L. (2021). From collegiality to managerialism in Lithuanian higher education. Acta Paedagogica Vilnensia, 46, 27-42.

Leišytė, L., Deem, R., & Tzanakou, C. (2021). Inclusive universities in a globalized world [Editorial]]. Social Inclusion, 9(3), 1-5.

Waheed, M. & Leišytė, L. (2021). German and Swedish students going digital: Do gender and interaction matter in quality evaluation of digital learning systems?. Interactive Learning Environments. Advance online publication.

Rose, A.-L., Dee, J., & Leišytė, L. (2020). Organizational learning through projects: A case of a German university. The Learning Organization, 27(2), 85–99.

Schiller, B. & Leišytė, L. (2020). Study program innovation in the Triple Helix context: The case of cooperative study programs at a German university of applied science. Triple Helix, 7(2-3), 160–188.

Leišytė, L. (2019). Institutional logics and governance of higher education: Implications for academic productivity and professional autonomy. Nagoya Journal of Higher Education, 19(03), 199–232.

Leišytė, L. (2019). Der Wandel universitärer Entscheidungsstrukturen in den USA. Ordnung der Wissenschaft, 2019(3), 151–156.

Mergner, J., Leišytė, L., & Bosse, E. (2019). The widening participation agenda in German higher education: Discourses and legitimizing strategies. Social Inclusion, 7(1), 61–70.

Rose, A.-L., Leišytė, L., Haertel, T., & Terkowsky, C. (2019). Emotions and the liminal space in entrepreneurship education. European Journal of Engineering Education, 44(4), 602–615.

Chatterjee, D., Leišytė, L., Dasappa, S., & Sankaran, B. (2018). University research commercialization in emerging economies: A glimpse into the 'black box' [published online 2017, October 18]]. Science and Public Policy, 45(3), 361–372.

Leišytė, L. & Sigl, L. (2018). Academic institutional entrepreneurs in Germany: Navigating and shaping multi-level research commercialization governance. Triple Helix, 5:13.

Leišytė, L. & Fochler, M. (2018). Topical collection of the Triple Helix Journal: Agents of change in university-industry-government-society relationships [Editorial]]. Triple Helix, 5:10.

Sigl, L. & Leišytė, L. (2018). Imaginaries of invention management: Comparing path dependencies in East and West Germany. Minerva, 56(3), 357–380.

Dee, J. R. & Leišytė, L. (2017). Knowledge sharing and organizational change in higher education. The Learning Organization, 24(5), 355–365.

Leišytė, L., Vilkas, M., Staniskiene, E., & Zostautiene, D. (2017). Balancing countervailing processes at a Lithuanian university. The Learning Organization, 24(5), 327–339.

Leišytė, L. (2016). New public management and research productivity – A precarious state of affairs of academic work in the Netherlands. Studies in Higher Education, 41(5), 828–846.

Leišytė, L., Želvys, R., & Zenkienė, L. (2015). Re-contextualization of the Bologna process in Lithuania. European Journal of Higher Education, 5(1), Special Issue: Europeanization, Internationalization and Higher Education Reforms in Central and Eastern Europe, 49–67.

Leišytė, L. & Hosch-Dayican, B. (2014). Changing academic roles and shifting gender inequalities: A case analysis of the influence of the teaching-research nexus on the academic career prospects of female academics in The Netherlands. Journal of Workplace Rights, 17(3-4), 467–490.

Leišytė, L. (2014). The transformation of university governance in Central and Eastern Europe: Its antecendents and consequences. Leadership and Governance in Higher Education. Handbook for Decision-makers and Administrators, 1, E-1-4. Berlin: Raabe.

Leišytė, L. & Westerheijden, D. F. (2013). Students as stakeholders in quality assurance in eight European countries. The Quality of Higher Education / Aukstojo mokslo kokybe, 10, 12–27.

Leišytė, L. (2011). Research commercialization policies and their implementation in the Netherlands and in the United States. Science and Public Policy, 38(6), 437–448.

de Boer, H. F., Enders, J., & Leišytė, L. (2007). Public sector reform in Dutch higher education: The organizational transformation of the university. Public Administration, 85(1), 27–46.

Leišytė, L., Enders, J., & de Boer, H. (2009). The balance between teaching and research in Dutch and English universities in the context of university governance reforms. Higher Education, 58(5), 619–635.

Leišytė, L., Enders, J., & de Boer, H. (2008). The freedom to set research agendas – Illusion and reality of the research units in the Dutch universities. Higher Education Policy, 21(3), 377–391.


Leišytė, L. (2022). Per­for­mance management under surveillance capitalism in higher education. In C. Sarrico, M. J. Rosa, & T. Carvalho (Eds.), Research handbook on academic careers and managing academics (pp. 218–231). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Leišytė, L., Rose, A.-L., Želvys, R., & Pekşen, S. (2021). The role of universities in the knowledge-based society in Lithuania. In T. Aarrevaara, M. Finkelstein, G. A. Jones, & J. Jung (Eds.), Universities in the knowledge society: The nexus of national systems of innovation and higher education (pp. 203–219). Cham: Springer.

Leišytė, L. (2021). University spin-offs. In L.-P. Dana (Ed.), World encyclopedia of entrepreneurship (2nd ed., pp. 637–641). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Leišytė, L. (2019). Gender in European research policy. In D. Simon, S. Kuhlmann, J. Stamm, & W. Canzler (Eds.), Handbook on science and public policy (pp. 284-315). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Leišytė, L. & Zeeman, N. (2019). Higher education faculty characteristics and trends in the United States and Europe. In A. Hynds (Ed.), Oxford bibliographies in education. New York: Oxford University Press.

Leišytė, L. (2018). Higher education systems and institutions, Lithuania. In P. Teixeira & J. Shin (Eds.), Encyclopedia of international higher education systems and institutions. Dordrecht: Springer.

Leišytė, L. (2018). Innovation studies in higher education research. In P. Teixeira & J. Shin (Eds.), Encyclopedia of international higher education systems and institutions. Dordrecht: Springer.

Broucker, B., De Wit, K., & Leišytė, L. (2016). Higher education reform: A systematic comparison of ten countries from a new public management perspective. In R. M. O. Pritchard, A. Pausits, & J. Williams (Eds.), Positioning higher education institutions: From here to there (pp. 19–40). Rotterdam, Boston, Taipei: Sense Publishers.

Dee, J. & Leišytė, L. (2016). Organizational learning in higher education institutions: Theories, frameworks, and a potential research agenda. In M. B. Paulsen (Ed.), Higher education: Handbook of theory and research, 31 (pp. 275–348). Cham: Springer.

Leišytė, L. & Hosch-Dayican, B. (2016). Boundary crossing and maintenance among UK and Dutch bioscientists: Towards hybrid identities of academic entrepreneurs. In L. Leišytė, & U. Wilkesmann (Eds.), Organizing academic work in higher education: Teaching, learning, and identities (pp. 223–242). Abingdon: Routledge.

Leišytė, L. (2016). Bridging the duality between universities and the academic profession: A tale of protected spaces, strategic gaming, and institutional entrepreneurs. In L. Leišytė, & U. Wilkesmann (Eds.), Organizing academic work in higher education: Teaching, learning, and identities (pp. 55–67). Abingdon: Routledge.

Leišytė, L. (2015). Changing academic identities in the context of a managerial university – Bridging the duality between professions and organizations: Evidence from the U.S. and Europe. In W. K. Cummings, & U. Teichler (Eds.), The relevance of academic work in comparative perspective (pp. 59–73). Dordrecht: Springer International Publishing.

Leišytė, L. & Westerheijden, D. (2014). Stakeholders and quality assurance in higher education. In H. Eggins, Heather (Ed.), Drivers and Barriers to Achieving Quality in Higher Education (pp. 83–98). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

Leišytė, L. & Dee, J. (2012). Understanding academic work in a changing institutional environment: Faculty autonomy, productivity and identity in Europe and the United States. In J. C. Smart, & M. Paulsen (Eds.), Higher education: Handbook of theory and research 27 (pp. 123–206). Dordrecht: Springer.

Kehm, B. & Leišytė, L. (2010). Effects of new governance on research in humanities: The example of medieval history. In D. Jansen (Ed.), Governance and performance in the German public research sector: Disciplinary differences (pp. 73–90). Dordrecht: Springer.

Leišytė, L., Enders, J., & de Boer, H. (2010). Mediating problem choice: Academic researchers' responses to changes in their institutional environment. In R. Whitley, L. Engwall, & J. Gläser (Eds.), Reconfiguring knowledge production: Changing authority relationships in the sciences and their consequences for intellectual innovation (pp. 266–290). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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