Higher education policy

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2 p, 69.3 KB Contents
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Higher Education Policy, vol. 10 n. 3-4 (1997) p. III-IV  
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1 p, 14.7 KB Author index
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Higher Education Policy, vol. 10 n. 3-4 (1997) p. V  
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2 p, 162.6 KB Markets, Higher Education and Social Responsibility / Neave, G.
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Higher Education Policy, vol. 10 n. 3-4 (1997) p. 161-162  
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4 p, 310.8 KB Markets and higher education : an introduction / Dill, David D. 1940-
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Higher Education Policy, vol. 10 n. 3-4 (1997) p. 163-166  
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19 p, 1.6 MB Higher education markets and public policy / Dill, David D. 1940-
In the major reforms to higher education being introduced throughout the world, market and "market-like" policy instruments are assuming increasing importance. Long perceived as a unique characteristic of the U. [...]
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Higher Education Policy, vol. 10 n. 3-4 (1997) p. 167-185  
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12 p, 935.6 KB Market trends in Spanish higher education / Mora, José-Ginés
Higher education in Spain broke away from its close dependency on the State in the last decade. In this paper we analyze the steps undertaken by the Spanish higher education system which has allowed market influences to grow in recent years. [...]
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Higher Education Policy, vol. 10 n. 3-4 (1997) p. 187-198  
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12 p, 1017.2 KB Market and higher education in Japan / Arimoto, Akira
Today, a rationale for the existence of universities and colleges is likely to be sought in terms of their economic relationships, with a focus on accountability and relevance. Moreover, while the importance of academic institutions for social and economic development through the expansion of educational opportunity and knowledge has been increasingly emphasized, the institutions themselves, exhibiting little evidence of economic efficiency and rationalization, appear to be on the road to failure. [...]
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Higher Education Policy, vol. 10 n. 3-4 (1997) p. 199-210  
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14 p, 1.1 MB Combining planning and the market : an analysis of the Government strategy towards higher education in the Netherlands / van Vught, Frans A.
This article discusses and analyses the government strategy towards higher education in the Netherlands as it has been designed and implemented since the publication of an influential policy document in 1985. [...]
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Higher Education Policy, vol. 10 n. 3-4 (1997) p. 211-224  
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13 p, 920.3 KB From state to market coordination : the Chilean case / Brunner, José Joaquín
Chile's higher education system has moved a long way from state and professional towards market coordination. Presently, market oriented policies predominate across the system, based on a loosely regulated private provision of higher education and the use of a set of "para market" mechanisms designed to enhance competition between state supported universities. [...]
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Higher Education Policy, vol. 10 n. 3-4 (1997) p. 225-237  
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14 p, 1.2 MB The development and current status of market mechanisms in United States postsecondary education / Leslie, Larry L. ; Slaughter, Sheila A.
Market forces are powerful in U. S. postsecondary education. Such forces were employed when the first postsecondary institutions were established in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, and many present day forms can be traced to these early beginnings. [...]
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Higher Education Policy, vol. 10 n. 3-4 (1997) p. 239-252  
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22 p, 1.8 MB The market as a new steering strategy for Australian higher education / Meek, V. Lynn ; Wood, Fiona Q.
In examining the concept of the "market" in relation to public higher education it is important to consider both its financial and ideological dimensions. In relation to the first dimension, an ongoing challenge faced by governments everywhere is how best to meet the costs of a mass system of higher education. [...]
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Higher Education Policy, vol. 10 n. 3-4 (1997) p. 253-274  
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15 p, 1.2 MB The market route to mass higher education : British experience 1979-1996 / Williams, Gareth
The period 1979-1996 was one of radical change in British higher education. Initially change was mainly financial, expenditure was cut severely. In response the universities sought funds from elsewhere. [...]
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Higher Education Policy, vol. 10 n. 3-4 (1997) p. 275-289  
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5 p, 338.4 KB Common problems and adaptive responses in the universities of the world : organizing for change / Clark, B. R. (UCLA. Graduate School of Education)
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Higher Education Policy, vol. 10 n. 3-4 (1997) p. 291-295  
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17 p, 1.3 MB Citation analysis and Northern Ireland : a quality measure? / Johnson, S.B. ; Osborne, R. D.
Research evaluation is used to identify ?success? and relate this to funding. Citation analysis is one of many performance indicators but has been largely set aside in the U. K. This paper describes the use of bibliometric data and examines the ?parochialism? of Northern irish research. [...]
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Higher Education Policy, vol. 10 n. 3-4 (1997) p. 297-313  
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