This paper was stimulated by the chilling vision of the corporate university described by Moore and touted by numerous others. It exposes the ways in which Newman’s The Idea of a University will be abrogated and transformed by corporate universities. Fundamental issues are raised about the nature and purpose of universities and about the roles of its professors and schools of business, especially in a world characterized by “the triumph of the market”. An urgent plea is proferred for broader debate about the place of Corporate Universities in business higher education.
Craig, R.J., Clarke, F.L. and Amernic, J.H. (1999), "Scholarship in university business schools – Cardinal Newman, creeping corporatism and farewell to the “disturber of the peace”?", Accounting, Auditing & Accountability Journal, Vol. 12 No. 5, pp. 510-524. https://doi.org/10.1108/09513579910298453Download as .RIS
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