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Sá, C. & Kretz, A. (2016). Technology Commercialization as University Mission: Early Historical Developments at the University of Toronto. Technology and Culture, 57(1), 119-143.
Sá, C. & Sabzalieva, E. (2016). Public Policy and the Attraction of International Students. Toronto: Centre for the Study of Canadian and International Higher Education, OISE-University of Toronto.
Sá, C. (2016). The Rise and Fall of Brazil’s Science Without Borders. International Higher Education, 85 (Spring), 17-8.
Sá, C. & Kretz, A. (2015). The Entrepreneurship Movement and the University. New York: Palgrave MacMillan.
Sá, C. (2015). Linking research and innovation in the BRICS. In Schwartzman, S. et al (eds.). Higher Education in the BRICS countries: Investigating the pact between higher education and society. Springer.
Sá, C., Kretz, A. & Sigurdson, K. (2015). Research and the “third mission” in light of global events. In Schwartzman, S. et al (eds.). Higher Education in the BRICS countries: Investigating the pact between higher education and society. Springer.
Sigurdson, K., Sá, C. & Kretz, A. (2015). Looking under the street light: Limitations of mainstream technology transfer indicators. Science and Public Policy, 41(6), 1-14.
Sá, C. & Hamlin, D. (2015). Research use capacity in provincial governments. Canadian Public Administration, 58(3), 1-20.
Sá, C., & Grieco, J. (2015). International collaboration in Brazilian higher education. Frontiers of Education in China, 10(1), 7-22.
Lasthiotakis, H., Kretz, A. & Sá, C. (2015). Open science strategies in research policies: A comparative exploration of Canada, the US and the UK. Policy Futures in Education, Special Issue “The Open Science Economy”.
Sá, C., Kretz, A. & Sigurdson, K. (2014). The State of Entrepreneurship Education in Ontario’s Colleges and Universities. Toronto: Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario.
Deering, D. & Sá, C. (2014). Financial Management of Canadian Universities: adaptive strategies to fiscal concerns. Tertiary Education and Management, 20(3), 207-224.
Lemay, M.A., & Sá, C. (2014). The use of academic research in public health policy and practice. Research Evaluation, 23(1), 79-88.
Tamtik, M., & Sá, C. (2014). Policy learning to internationalize European science: possibilities and limitations of open coordination. Higher Education, 67(3), 317-331.
Sá, C., Kretz, A. & Sigurdson, K. (2013). Techno-nationalism and the construction of university technology transfer. Minerva, 51(4), 443-464.
Kretz, A. & Sá, C. (2013). Third stream, fourth mission: Perspectives on university engagement with economic relevance. Higher Education Policy, 26(4), 497–506.
Lasthiotakis, H., Sigurdson, K. & Sá, C. (2013). Pursuing scientific excellence globally: International research collaborations as a policy target. Higher Education Policy and Management, 35(6), 612-625.
Sá, C., Kretz, A. & Sigurdson, K. (2013). Accountability, performance assessment, and evaluation: Policy pressures and responses from research councils. Research Evaluation 22(2), 105-117.
Hurley, P. & Sá, C. (2013). Higher education policy and legitimacy building: The making of a new academic credential in Ontario. Higher Education Quarterly, 67(2), 157-179.
Sá, C., Tamtik, M., & Kretz, A. (2013). Evidence and expertise in policy making for university research. In Axelrod P. et al (eds.) Making Policy in Turbulent Times: Challenges and Prospects for Higher Education. Montreal/Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press.
Sá, C. & Lee, H. (2012). Science, business, and innovation: Understanding networks in technology-based incubators. R&D Management, 42(3), 243-253.
Sá, C. & Tamtik, M. (2012). Strategic planning for academic research: A Canadian perspective. Journal of Higher Education Management and Policy, 24/1, 1-19.
Lemay, M.A., & Sá, C. (2012). Complexity sciences: Towards an alternative approach to understanding the use of academic research. Evidence & Policy, 8(4): 473-494.
Tamtik, M., & Sá, C. (2012). The role of experts in the European Union‘s research policy. Review of Policy Research: The Politics and Policy of Science and Technology, 29(4), 449-466.
Sá, C., Faubert, B., Edelstein, H., & Qi, J. (2012). Understanding how organizations use the Internet to mobilise knowledge: Findings from the field of education. International Journal of Management in Education, Special Issue ― Knowledge Management in Higher Education, 6(1-2), 1-21.
Sá, C. & Gaviria, P. (2012). Asymmetrical regionalism in North America: The higher education sector. Norteamérica, 7(2), 111-140.
Sá, C. (2011). Redefining university roles in regional economies: A case study of university-industry relations and academic organization in nanotechnology. Higher Education: The International Journal of Higher Education and Educational Planning, 61(2), 193-208.
Sá, C. & Gaviria, P. (2011). How do professional mutual recognition agreements affect higher education? Examining regional policy in North America. Higher Education Policy, 24, 307-330.
Sá, C. & Oleksiyenko, A. (2011). Between the local and the global: Organized research units and international collaboration in the health sciences. Higher Education: The International Journal of Higher Education and Educational Planning, 62(3), 367-382
Sá, C. & Litwin, J. (2011). University-industry research collaborations in Canada: The role of federal policy instruments. Science and Public Policy, 38(6), 425-435.
Sá, C., & Li, S. & Faubert, B. (2011). Faculties of education and institutional strategies for knowledge mobilization: An exploratory study. Higher Education: The International Journal of Higher Education and Educational Planning, 61(5), 501-512.
Sá, C. (2010). Canadian provinces and public policies for university research. Higher Education Policy, 23, 335-357.
Oleksiyenko, A. & Sá, C. (2010). Resource asymmetries and cumulative advantages: Canadian and US research universities and the field of Global Health. Higher Education: The International Journal of Higher Education and Educational Planning, 59(3), 259-389.
Geiger, R. & Sá, C. (2009). Tapping the Riches of Science: Universities and the Promise of Economic Growth. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Geiger, R. & Sá, C. (2009). Technology transfer offices and the commercialization of university research in the United States. In Patrick Clancy & David Dill (eds.), The Research Mission of the University: Reforms and Response (pp.177-196). Rotterdam, Boston, Taipei: Sense Publishers.
Sá, C., Geiger, R. & Hallacher, P. (2008). Universities and state policy formation: Rationalizing a nanotechnology strategy in Pennsylvania. Review of Policy Research: The Politics and Policy of Science and Technology, 25(1), 1-17.
Sá, C. (2008). Strategic faculty hiring in two public research universities: Pursuing interdisciplinary connections. Tertiary Education and Management, 14(4), 285-301.
Sá, C. (2008). ‘Interdisciplinary strategies’ in U.S. research universities. Higher Education: The International Journal of Higher Education and Educational Planning, 55(5), 537-552.
Sá, C. (2008). University-based research centers: Characteristics, organization, and administrative implications. Journal of Research Administration, 39(1), 32-40.
Sá, C. (2007). Planning for interdisciplinary research. Planning for Higher Education, 35(2): 18–28. Reprinted: Journal of Higher Education (India), May, 2007.
Geiger, R. & Sá, C. (2005). Beyond technology transfer: U.S. state policies to harness university research for economic development. Minerva: A Review of Science, Learning and Policy, 43(1), 1-21.
Sá, C. (2005). Research policy in emerging economies: Brazil’s sector funds. Minerva: A Review of Science, Learning and Policy, 43(3), 245-263.