The Decentralization of Development:Impact on Power, Priorities, Faculty Perceptions.
by Margarete Rooney Hall — 1992
Examines decentralization of the development function in research universities and the impact decentralization has on the balance of power among university academic leaders; the ability of universities to set their own priorities; the communication between academic units and the central development office; and the relationship between faculty and development officers. (Source: ERIC)
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