Dr Andrew Wilkins


NameDr Andrew Wilkins
ORCIDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0002-4486-8034
Job titleReader
Email addresswilkins2@uel.ac.uk
Research instituteCass School of Education & Communities

Research outputs

Gobernanza escolar y la lógica de la política neoliberal. ¿Qué puede hacer la democracia?

Wilkins, A. 2016. Gobernanza escolar y la lógica de la política neoliberal. ¿Qué puede hacer la democracia? in: Collet, Jordi and Tort, Antoni (ed.) La gobernanza escolar democrática Morata. pp. 84-100

Technologies in rational self-management: Interventions in the ‘responsibilisation’ of school governors

Wilkins, A. 2019. Technologies in rational self-management: Interventions in the ‘responsibilisation’ of school governors. in: Allan, J., Harwood, V. and Jørgensen, C. R. (ed.) World Yearbook of Education 2020: Schooling Governance Routledge.

Translations of New Public Management: A decentred approach to school governance in four OECD countries

Wilkins, A., Collet-Sabé, Jordi, Gobby, Brad and Hangartner, Judith 2019. Translations of New Public Management: A decentred approach to school governance in four OECD countries. Globalisation, Societies and Education. 17 (2), pp. 147-160.

Wither democracy? The rise of epistocracy and monopoly in school governance

Wilkins, A. 2019. Wither democracy? The rise of epistocracy and monopoly in school governance. in: Riddle, S. and Apple, M. (ed.) Re-imagining Education for Democracy Routledge.

Education Governance and Social Theory: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Research

Wilkins, A. and Olmedo, Antonio 2018. Education Governance and Social Theory: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Research. Bloomsbury.

Conceptualising education governance: Framings, perspectives and theories

Wilkins, A. and Olmedo, Antonio 2018. Conceptualising education governance: Framings, perspectives and theories. in: Wilkins, Andrew and Olmedo, Antonio (ed.) Education governance and social theory: Interdisciplinary approaches to research Bloomsbury.

Assembling schools as organisations: On the limits and contradictions of neoliberalism

Wilkins, A. 2018. Assembling schools as organisations: On the limits and contradictions of neoliberalism. in: Connolly, M., James, C., Kruse, S. and Spicer, D.E. (ed.) The SAGE International Handbook on School Organization SAGE.

Neoliberalism, citizenship and education: A policy discourse analysis

Wilkins, A. 2020. Neoliberalism, citizenship and education: A policy discourse analysis. in: Peterson, Andrew, Stahl, Garth and Soong, Hannah (ed.) The Palgrave Handbook of Citizenship and Education Palgrave Macmillan.

The processual life of neoliberalisation: Permutations of value systems and normative commitments in a co-operative trust setting

Wilkins, A. 2018. The processual life of neoliberalisation: Permutations of value systems and normative commitments in a co-operative trust setting. International Journal of Inclusive Education.

Creating expert publics: A governmentality approach to school governance under neoliberalism

Wilkins, A. 2017. Creating expert publics: A governmentality approach to school governance under neoliberalism. in: Courtney, Steven J., McGinity, Ruth and Gunter, Helen (ed.) Educational Leadership: Theorising Professional Practice in Neoliberal Times Routledge. pp. 97-110

Modernising School Governance: Corporate planning and expert handling in state education

Wilkins, A. 2016. Modernising School Governance: Corporate planning and expert handling in state education. Routledge.

Rescaling the local: Multi-academy trusts, private monopoly and statecraft in England

Wilkins, A. 2017. Rescaling the local: Multi-academy trusts, private monopoly and statecraft in England. Journal of Educational Administration and History. 49 (2), pp. 171-185.

Affective Labour and Neoliberal Fantasies: The Gendered and Moral Economy of School Choice in England.

Wilkins, A. 2014. Affective Labour and Neoliberal Fantasies: The Gendered and Moral Economy of School Choice in England. in: Vandenbeld Giles, Melinda (ed.) Mothering in the Age of Neoliberalism Bradford, Ontario Demeter Press. pp. 265-282

The business of governorship: Corporate elitism in public education

Wilkins, A. 2017. The business of governorship: Corporate elitism in public education. in: Gunter, Helen M., Hall, David and Apple, Michael W. (ed.) Corporate Elites and the Reform of Public Education Bristol Policy Press.

Widening participation in higher education: the role of professional and social class identities and commitments

Wilkins, A. and Burke, Penny Jane 2013. Widening participation in higher education: the role of professional and social class identities and commitments. British Journal of Sociology of Education. 36 (3), pp. 434-452.

Professionalizing school governance: the disciplinary effects of school autonomy and inspection on the changing role of school governors

Wilkins, A. 2014. Professionalizing school governance: the disciplinary effects of school autonomy and inspection on the changing role of school governors. Journal of Education Policy. 30 (2), pp. 182-200.

Governing through parents: a genealogical enquiry of education policy and the construction of neoliberal subjectivities in England

Olmedo, Antonio and Wilkins, A. 2016. Governing through parents: a genealogical enquiry of education policy and the construction of neoliberal subjectivities in England. Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education. 38 (4), pp. 573-589.

Gobernar la educación a través de los padrespolítica educativa y construcción de subjetividades neoliberales en Inglaterra. (Governing education through parents: education policy and the construction of neoliberal subjectivities in England)

Olmedo, Antonio and Wilkins, A. 2014. Gobernar la educación a través de los padrespolítica educativa y construcción de subjetividades neoliberales en Inglaterra. (Governing education through parents: education policy and the construction of neoliberal subjectivities in England). Profesorado. 18 (2), pp. 99-116.
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