Klassen, M. and Sá, C (in press). Do Global Norms Matter? The New Logics of Engineering Accreditation in Canadian Universities. Higher Education. DOI: 10.1007/s10734-019-00403-6
Sá, C. & Holt, C. (2019). Profiles of Entrepreneurship Students: Implications for Policy and Practice. Education + Training, 61(2), 122-135.
Veletanlić, E. & Sá, C. (2019). Government programs for university-industry partnerships: Logics, design, and implications for academic science. Research Evaluation, 28(2), 109-122.
Sá, C. (2018). What does success look like for entrepreneurship education? International Journal of Chinese Education, Special Issue ‘Navigating Higher Education to Enhance Student Success’, 7(2), 193-206.
Sá, C. (2018). Forget the competition trope. International Higher Education, 95, 11-12.
Sá, C. & Sabzalieva, E. (2018). The politics of the great brain race: public policy and international student recruitment in Australia, Canada, England and the USA. Higher Education, 75(2), 231–253.
Sá, C. & Sabzalieva, E. (2018). Scientific Nationalism. In Cantwell, B., Coates, H. and King, R. (eds.) Handbook on the Politics of Higher Education. Edward Elgar.
Sá, C. (2017). Universities and Enterprise. In Teixeira, P. N. and Shin, J.-C. (eds.). Encyclopedia of International Higher Education Systems and Institutions. Springer.
Sá, C. (2017). Higher Education and the Commercialization of Science. In Teixeira, P. N. and Shin, J.-C. (eds.).Encyclopedia of International Higher Education Systems and Institutions. Springer.
Sá, C. (2017). Canada. In Teixeira, P. N. and Shin, J.-C. (eds.).Encyclopedia of International Higher Education Systems and Institutions. Springer.
Deering, D. & Sá, C. (2017). Do Corporate Management Tools Inevitably Corrupt the Soul of the University? Evidence from the Implementation of Responsibility Center Budgeting. Tertiary Education & Management, 24(2), 115-127.
Sá, C. et al (2017). Defining success: Students in university and college entrepreneurship programs. A Report to the Ontario Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development. Toronto: Centre for the Study of Canadian and International Higher Education, OISE-University of Toronto.
Sabzalieva, E. (2017). The policy challenges of creating a world-class university outside the global ‘core’. European Journal of Higher Education, 1-16.
Sá, C. & Grieco, J. (2016). Open data for science, policy, and the public good. Review of Policy Research, 33(5), 526-543.
Sá, C. (2016). Globalization, business, and the research enterprise. In Powers, J. and St. John, E (eds.), Higher Education, Commercialization, and University-Business Relationships in Comparative Context. New York: AMS Press.
Sabzalieva, E. (2016). Engaging with tradition? How history shapes engagement with local communities in universities in England and Ontario, Canada. Comparative and International Education, 45(3), 8.
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, 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, 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, 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, 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, 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, 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.
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.