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Bennion, Alice and Locke, William (2009). The early career paths and employment conditions of the academic profession in seventeen countries. In: Academia Europaea Conference: Diversification of Higher Education and the Academic Profession, 26-28 Mar 2009, Accademia delle Scienze, Turin, Italy.

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Locke, William and Bennion, Alice (2009). The changing personal characterisitcs, career trajectories and sense of identity/commitment of academics in mature higher educational systems. In: Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE) Annual Conference, 4-7 Nov 2009, Vancouver, Canada.

Locke, William and Bennion, Alice (2009). The academic profession in the UK and other english-speaking countries: Thinking about 'attractiveness' from the perspectives of different career stages and trajectories. In: International Conference - The Attractiveness of the Academic Profession: The Management Challenge, 1-2 Oct 2009, University of Melbourne, Australia.

Locke, William D. and Bennion, Alice (2009). The UK academic profession in an international context: Academic retreat or professional renewal? In: Higher Education Research Seminar, 23 Jun 2009, Kingston University.

Locke, William and Bennion, Alice (2009). Teaching and Research in English Higher Education: New divisions of labour and changing perspectives on core academic roles. In: The Changing Academic Profession Over 1992-2007: International, Comparative, and Quantitative Perspectives, 13-14 Jan 2009, Research Institute for Higher Education (RIHE), Hiroshima University, Japan, Hiroshima University, Japan.

Locke, William and Bennion, Alice (2008). The governance and management of Higher Education in 'mature' Higher Education systems: the United Kingdom. In: Symposium, Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE) Annual Conference, 5-8 Nov 2008, Jacksonville, Florida, USA.


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