Universities, leaders and causality

A question about university leadership has been circulating across many countries for a number of years: should research universities be led by good scholars? Given the importance of academic research to the mission of universities this seems logical to ask. An alternative question, one that has been aired particularly in the UK, asks: is it more important that university presidents are good managers? Search committees from Beijing to Budapest have to grapple with these issues.

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