Kallio, T., Siekkinen, T., Pekkola, E., Kivistö, J., Nokkala, T., & Kuoppakangas, P. (2024). Push and pull factors affecting in leaving academia. Tertiary Education and Management, 30(1), 65-80. Open Access

Wang, Y., Nokkala, T., & Moate, J. (2024). Comparing Finnish and Chinese national teacher education frameworks from the teacher competency perspective. European Journal of Teacher Education, Early online. Open Access

Helin, J., Jokinen, J., Koerselman, K., Nokkala, T., & Räikkönen, E. (2023). It runs in the family? Using sibling similarities to uncover the hidden influence of family background in doctoral education and academic careers. Higher education, 86, 1-20. Open Access

Nokkala, T., Aarnikoivu, M., & Saarinen, T. (2023). “We Shouldn’t Let Academia Exhaust Ourselves Anymore!” : Pandemic Practices and the Changing Psychological Contract in Twenty-First-Century Academia. In R. Pinheiro, E. Balbachevsky, P. Pillay, & A. Yonezawa (Eds.), The Impact of Covid-19 on the Institutional Fabric of Higher Education : Old Patterns, New Dynamics, and Changing Rules? (pp. 321-344). Palgrave Macmillan. Open Access

Välimaa, J., Nokkala, T., & Romanenko, K. (2023). Cultural contributions of higher education. In S. Marginson, B. Cantwell, D. Platonova, & A. Smolentseva (Eds.), Assessing the Contributions of Higher Education : Knowledge for a Disordered World (pp. 262-285). Edward Elgar Publishing. Open Access

Deem, R., Case, J. M., & Nokkala, T. (2022). Researching inequality in higher education : tracing changing conceptions and approaches over fifty years. Higher Education, 84(6), 1245-1265. Open Access

Juusola, H., & Nokkala, T. (2022). Legitimations of Finnish education export : exploring the plurality of guiding principles. European Journal of Higher Education, 12(2), 211-227. Open Access

Nokkala, T., Aarnikoivu, M., & Kiili, J. (2022). Multidisciplinary Peer-Mentoring Groups Supporting Knowledge Sharing in Doctoral Education. Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research, 66(5), 865-878. Open Access

Siekkinen, T., Pekkola, E., & Nokkala, T. (2022). Visible organisational boundaries and the invisible boundaries of the scholarly profession. European Journal of Higher Education, 12(4), 415-434. Open Access

Jasinski, L., Nokkala, T., & Juusola, H. (2021). Reflecting on the value of vignettes in higher education research : toward a preliminary typology to guide future usage. European Journal of Higher Education, 11(sup1), 522-536.

Aarnikoivu, M., Pennanen, M., Kiili, J., & Nokkala, T. (2020). Multidisciplinary peer-mentoring groups facilitating change? : a critical educational praxis perspective. Learning and Teaching, 13(3), 18-40. Open Access

Kosmützky, A., Nokkala, T., & Diogo, S. (2020). Between context and comparability : Exploring new solutions for a familiar methodological challenge in qualitative comparative research. Higher Education Quarterly, 74(2), 176-192. Open Access

Nokkala, T., & Diogo, S. (2020). Institutional perspectives in transition : research groups’ profiles and embeddedness in organisational and national context. Higher Education, 79(3), 515-532. Open Access

Nokkala, T., Bataille, P., Siekkinen, T., & Goastellec, G. (2020). Academic Career, Mobility and the National Gender Regimes in Switzerland and Finland. In L. Weimer, & T. Nokkala (Eds.), Universities as Political Institutions : Higher Education Institutions in the Middle of Academic, Economic and Social Pressures (pp. 262-286). Brill Sense. Higher Education Research in the 21st Century Series, 12. Open Access

Aarnikoivu, M., Nokkala, T., Siekkinen, T., Kuoppala, K., & Pekkola, E. (2019). Working outside academia? : Perceptions of early-career, fixed-term researchers on changing careers. European Journal of Higher Education, 9(2), 172-189. Open Access

Helin, J., Koerselman, K., Nokkala, T., Tohmo, T., & Viinikainen, J. (2019). Equal Access to the Top? : Measuring Selection into Finnish Academia. Social Inclusion, 7(1), 90-100. Open Access

Bacevic, J., & Nokkala, T. (2018). Agenda Setting and Policy Development, Higher Education. In P. Teixeira, & J. Shin (Eds.), Encyclopedia of International Higher Education Systems and Institutions (pp. 1-6). Springer Netherlands. Open Access

Nokkala, T., & Saarinen, T. (2018). Discourse analysis in higher education research : Theory and method. In E. Pekkola, J. Kivistö, V. Kohtamäki, Y. Cai, & A. Lyytinen (Eds.), Theoretical and Methodological Perspectives on Higher Education Management and Transformation : An advanced reader for PhD students (pp. 13-28). Tampere University Press. Open Access

Nokkala, T., & Välimaa, J. (2017). Finnish mergers : Change in the Context of Continuity. In H. D. Boer, J. File, J. Huisman, M. Seeber, M. Vukasovic, & D. F. Westerheijden (Eds.), Policy Analysis of Structural Reforms in Higher Education : Processes and Outcomes (pp. 225-244). Palgrave Macmillan. Palgrave Studies in Global Higher Education. Open Access

Nokkala, T., Ćulum, B., & Fumasoli, T. (2017). Early Career Women in Academia : An Exploration of Networking Perceptions. In H. Eggins (Ed.), The Changing Role of Women in Higher Education : Academic and Leadership Issues (pp. 267-290). Springer International Publishing. Changing Academy, 17. Open Access

Hoffman, D., Nokkala, T., & Välimaa, J. (2016). ‘World Class Local Heroes’ : Emerging Competitive Horizons and Transnational Academic Capitalism in Finnish Higher Education – 2010–2012. In D. Hoffman, & J. Välimaa (Eds.), Re-Becoming Universities? : Higher Education Institutions in Networked Knowledge Societies (pp. 247-282). Springer. Changing Academy : The Changing Academic Profession in International Comparative Perspective, 15.

Nokkala, T. (2016). Making the case for policy : persuasiveness in higher education, science and technology policy discourse. European Journal of Higher Education, 6(2), 144-158. Open Access

Nokkala, T. (2016). National Stories, Convergent Trends and Divergent Paths : Discursive Construction of the Higher Education and Knowledge Society – Nexus in Higher Education Policy Texts of Five Knowledge Societies. In D. Hoffman, & J. Välimaa (Eds.), Re-Becoming Universities? : Higher Education Institutions in Networked Knowledge Societies (pp. 75-112). Springer. Changing Academy : The Changing Academic Profession in International Comparative Perspective, 15.

Hoffman, D., Blasi, B., Ćulum, B., Dragšić, Ž., Ewen, A., Horta, H., Nokkala, T., & Rios-Aguilar, C. (2014). The methodological illumination of a blind spot: information and communication technology and international research team dynamics in a higher education research program. Higher Education, 67(4), 473-495.

Nokkala, T., & Bacevic, J. (2014). University Autonomy, Agenda Setting and the Construction of Agency : the case of the European University Association in the European Higher Education Area. European Educational Research Journal, 13(6), 699-714. Open Access

Nokkala, T., & Bladh, A. (2014). Institutional Autonomy and Academic Freedom in the Nordic Context — Similarities and Differences. Higher Education Policy, 27(1), 1-21.

Välimaa, J., & Nokkala, T. (2014). The dimensions of social dynamics in comparative studies on higher education. Higher Education, 67(4), 423-437. Open Access

Nokkala, T. (2012). Institutional Autonomy and the Attractiveness of the European Higher Education Area – Facts or Tokenistic Discourse?. In C. A., S. P., V. L., & W. L. (Eds.), European Higher Education at the Crossroads: Between the Bologna Process and National Reforms. Volume 1: Bologna Process Principles, Teaching and Learning, Quality Assurance, Mobility. (pp. 59-82). Springer. Open Access

Nokkala, T., Heller-Schuh, B., & Paier, M. (2011). Ranking lists and European Framework Programmes: Does university status matter for performance in Framework Programmes?. In P. Teixeira, & D. Dill (Eds.), Public Vices, Private Virtues? Assessing the Effects of Marketization in Higher education. (pp. 111-139). Sense Publishers. Open Access

Scholz, R., Nokkala, T., Ahrweiler, P., Pyka, A., & Gilbert, N. (2010). The agent-based NEMO model (SKEIN) – simulating European Framework Programmes. In P. Ahrweiler (Ed.), Innovation in Complex Social Systems (pp. 300-314). Routledge.