Articles

Nedeva M., (2012) ‘Between the Global and the National: organising European science’, in Research Policy, doi: 10.1016/j.respol.2012.07.006

Nedeva M., M. Stampfer (2012) ‘From “Science in Europe” to “European Science”’, in Science, 25 May 2012, Vol. 336, p. 982-983

Nedeva M., R. Boden and Y. Nugroho (2012) ‘Rank and File: managing individual performance in university research’, in Higher Education Policy, 25: 335-360 (with R. Boden and Y. Nugroho); doi: 10.1057/hep.2012.12

Thomas D., M. Nedeva (2012) ‘Characterising researchers to study research funding agency impacts: the case of the European Research Council’s Starting Grants’, in Research Evaluation, 10.1093/reseval/rvs020

Lepori B., E. Reale and M. Nedeva (2012) ‘Evaluating the functioning and impacts of funding schemes. New methodological developments of indicators (editorial)’, Research Evaluation, 10.1093/reseval/rvs021 (with B. Lepori and E. Reale)

Boden R., and M. Nedeva (2010) ‘Employing discourse: universities and graduate ‘employability’, in Journal of Education Policy, Vol. 25, No. 1, January 2010, 37-54;

Luukkonen T., and M. Nedeva (2010) ‘Towards understanding integration in research and research policy’, Research Policy 39(2010) 674-686;

Nedeva M., and R. Boden (2006) ‘Changing science: the advent of neo-liberalism’, Prometheus, 24,. 3, 269-281;

Boden R., D. Cox and M. Nedeva (2006) ‘The appliance of Science? New Public Management and strategic change’, Technology Analysis and Strategic Management, 18,2, 125-41;

Luukkonen T., M. Nedeva and R. Barre (2006) ‘Understanding the dynamics of NoEs’, Science and Public Management; vol. 33 number 4, May 2006, 339-352;

Purchase I., and M. Nedeva (2004) ‘The impact of the ethical review process for research using animals in the UK: attitudes to training and monitoring by those working under the Animals Act 1986’, Animal Welfare, 13, 205-210;

Howells J., and M. Nedeva (2003) ‘The International Dimensions to Industry Academic Links’ International Journal of Technology Management, 25 (1/2), 5-17;

Purchase I., and M. Nedeva (2002) ‘The impact of the introduction of the Ethical Review Process for research using animals in the UK: Implementation of Policy’, Laboratory Animals, (2002) 36, 68-85;

Purchase I., and M. Nedeva (2001) ‘The impact of the introduction of the Ethical Review Process for research using animals in the UK: Attitudes to alternatives among those working with experimental animals’ Alternatives to Laboratory Animals (ATLA), 29, 727-744 (2001);

Nedeva M., (1999) ‘When David met Goliath: R&D co-operation in the context of changing political realities’, Innovation, 12, 3, 287-303

Cunningham P., and M. Nedeva (1999) ‘Towards a system for continuous and systematic evaluation of COST’, Research Evaluation, 8, 3, 142-154

Nedeva M., L. Georghiou and P. Halfpenny (1999) ‘Benefactors or Beneficiary – the Role of Industry in the Support of University Research Equipment’, Journal of Technology Transfer, 24, 2/3, 139-147

Nedeva M., (1997) ‘Academie a uniwersytety, szyli: szy rzeczyqiscie Europa Wschodnia zle to skalkulowala?’,  Zagadnienia Naukoznawstwa, 4(134), 481-493

Nedeva M., L. Georghiou, D. Loveridge and H. Cameron (1996) ‘The use of co-nomination to identify expert participants for Technology Foresight’, R&D Management, 26, 2, 155-169

Book chapters

Nedeva M., K. Barker and S. Ali (2014, forthcoming)    ‘Policy pressures and the changing organisation of university research’; in Christine Musselin and Pedro Teixeira (eds) C. Musselin and P.N. Teixeira (eds.), Reforming Higher Education: Public Policy Design
and Implementation, Higher Education Dynamics 41, DOI 10.1007/978-94-007-7028-7_9,
© Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht 2014

Nedeva M., (2010) ‘Public Sciences and Change: Science Dynamics Revisited’, in Janusz Mucha and Katarzyna Leszczynska (eds) Society, Culture and Technology at the Dawn of the 21st Century, Cambridge Scholars Publishing: Cambridge; ISBN 978-1-4438-2156-8

Nedeva M., (2008) ‘New tricks and old dogs? The ‘third mission’ and the re-production of the university’, in The World Yearbook of education 2008: Geographies of Knowledge/Geometries of Power: Framing the Future of Higher Education, by Debbie Epstein, Rebecca Boden, Rosemary Deem, Fazal Rizvi and Susan Wright (eds), Routledge: New York, p. 85-105;

Cunningham P., M. Nedeva and N. Reeve (1998) ‘International dimensions’, (with P. Cunningham and N. Reeve), in P. Cunningham (ed.) Science and technology in the United Kingdom, Cartermill International, p. 237-269;

Nedeva M., (1997) ‘Academies vs. Universities or did Eastern Europe really get it wrong?’, in Research at Central and East European Universities, Jagelonian University Press, Krakow, ISBN 83-233-1069-6, p. 187-198;

Nedeva M., (1995) ‘Science and technology policy in the 1990s: the case of the United Kingdom’, in Parissakis G. and N. Katsaros (eds.) Science Policy and Research Management in the Balkan Countries, Kluwer Academic Publishers, p. 219-232;