Governing Knowledge: Comparison, Knowledge-Based Technologies and Expertise in the Regulation of Education
Tara Fenwick is Professor of Professional Education at Stirling University, UK. Eric Mangez is Professor in Sociology, University of Louvain, Belgium. Jenny Ozga is Professor of the Sociology of Education at the University of Oxford, UK.
Part I Governing by Comparison 1. Comparative Research in Education: a mode of governance or a historical journey? Antonio Novoa and Tali Yariv-Mashal 2 Knowledge and governance in education: Steven J. Klees and D. Brent Edwards Jr 3. Network Alliances: Precarious Governance through Data, Standards and Code Tara Fenwick and Richard Edwards 4. The attraction of Mutual Surveillance of performance: PISA as a Knowledge-Policy Instrument: Luis Miguel Carvahlo Part 2 Knowledge Technologies in Action 5. Data Work: Michael Barber in conversation with Jenny Ozga 6. Networks of Influence in Higher Education Reform in Ethiopia: Tebeje Molla 7. Expert-Consultants and Knowledge production: Teachers for EFA in Brazil: Eneida Oto Shiroma 8. The Role of Knowledge in Scientific Policy Advice: Doing Knowledge Armin Nassehi and Alma Demsky and Armin Nassehi 9. Modernising education in Pakistan network governance, the role of consultants and the prevalence of data: Sajid Ali 10. Big Data and the Politics of Education in Nigeria David Johnson 11. Understanding the Role of Feedback information in Flemish and European policy-making: Maarten Simons 12. National Qualifications Frameworks governing knowledge: insights from South Africa: Shirley Walter and Samuel Isaacs 13: Standardisation of professional knowledge and practice: The regulatory role of professional associations in Norway Monika Nerland & Berit Karseth 14. Governing Education in China: PISA, Comparison and Educational Regions Philip Wing Keung Chan and Terri Seddon 15. New Governing Experts in Education: Self-learning Software, Policy Labs and Transactional Pedagogies Ben Williamson