By Derek Bok
Derek Bok examines the complicated moral and social matters dealing with glossy universities this day, and indicates methods that would enable the tutorial establishment either to serve society and to proceed its fundamental challenge of educating and research.
An vital treatise. the 1st critical try seeing that Clark Kerr's 1963 The makes use of of the college to research the function of the college in sleek society...The e-book serves as a kick off point for what's more likely to be an important college debate within the decade forward. (Los Angeles instances publication Review)
A reasoned, compassionate and finally conservative view of the university's ethical beginning and accountability to society...[Bok] expresses his radical trust within the necessity of educational freedom whereas noting the strings which are connected to that freedom.. As a coarse roadmap of 1 method universities can proceed...this ebook is a catalyst and a hit. (San Francisco Chronicle)
Bok "brings to the duty a keenly analytical brain and an acute sensitivity to the configurations of institutional energy and clash. (New York instances publication Review)
Discerning and informative... his publication speaks additionally to the tax-payers, mom and dad and philanthropists who pay for education, and the firms and shoppers who've a growing to be stake in university-based examine. (Philadelphia Inquirer)
Derek Bok offers a very good written, considerate and cogent research of a few of the main advanced and emotional matters earlier than better schooling this day. (Washington put up ebook global)
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Ibid. Institutional Autonomy 39 tional lawmaking. Instead, Washington typically intervenes by creating rules and attaching them as conditions to the receipt of federal funds. The influence exerted by such rules is limited when public officials merely offer to pay the costs of a new activity and stipulate the terms by which it shall be carried out. In these cases, universities are free to decide whether or not to seek the funds to establish the program. But the government exerts a leverage akin to the force of law when it attaches conditions retroactively to the continued receipt of federal money-for example, when it decrees that it will no longer provide student aid to institutions that fail to provide adequate facilities for the handicapped.
As a result, many academic institutions have undoubtedly had to defray the cost of complying with federal regulations by reducing their budgets for teaching and research. In today's fiscal climate, this state of affairs seems destined to continue for the foreseeable future. If regulations cost money, administrators can try to find tIle necessary funds by cutting back their least valuable programs. But regulations often impose burdens that cannot be overcome in this fashion. For example, the recurring threat of new interventions and new controversies demands the personal attention of top university officials and distracts them from their academic duties.
The cumulative costs of compliance are already running into millions of dollars each year for large universities, and the relative burdens are undoubtedly greater for smaller institutions. In contrast to corporations, universities cannot readily pass along these expenses by raising prices to consumers. State institutions may not receive authorization for higher tuitions, arld private colleges 4. Edward Shils, "The American Private University," Minerva, 11 (Jan.. uary 1973), 6. 5. Burton Clark, "The Insulated Americans: Five Lessons from Abroad," Change, 10 (November 1978),24.
Beyond the Ivory Tower: Social Responsibilities of the Modern University by Derek Bok