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eBook The Search for New Governance of Higher Education in Asia (International and Development Education) ePub

by K. Mok

  • ISBN: 0230620310
  • Category: Schools and Teaching
  • Subcategory: Education
  • Author: K. Mok
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 2010 edition (July 15, 2010)
  • Pages: 220
  • ePub book: 1195 kb
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PDF Higher education in Southeast Asia is a heady mix of ambition and constraint. Center for International and Development Education.

PDF Higher education in Southeast Asia is a heady mix of ambition and constraint. Cite this publication. Graduate School of Education & Information Studies, University of California, Los Angeles. Box 951521, Moore Hall, Los Angeles, CA 90095.

Название: International perspectives on the governance of higher education ISBN: 0415989337 ISBN-13(EAN).

Описание: Higher education in Britain has changed out of all recognition in recent years.

With a background in sociology, he has published many books and articles on comparative higher education policy – especially focusing on world-class universities, of higher education, and public-private relationships in higher education.

Keywords: higher education,, competitiveness, student . This includes the systems of higher education of Asia's following leading states.

Keywords: higher education,, competitiveness, student mobility, standardization, unification. 1. Introduction The development of systems of higher education in various countries around the world is increasingly characterized by a trend towards unification and standardization. The Bologna Declaration on the European Space for Higher Education, signed on June 19, 1999 by 29 countries (47 countries taking part in the process at present), marks the transition of higher education to a new international level. This includes the systems of higher education of Asia's following leading states: China, Japan, the Republic of Korea, and Russia.

Higher Education for Development (HED) was an organization that worked in close partnership with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).

Higher Education for Development (HED) was an organization that worked in close partnership with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and operated with the advice and counsel of the six major . higher education associations to support the engagement of higher education in development issues worldwide. The contract with USAID came to a close at the end of FY 2015, and HED operations ceased at that time.

New & Forthcoming Titles Higher Education in Asia: Quality, Excellence and .

New & Forthcoming Titles Higher Education in Asia: Quality, Excellence and Governance. New & Forthcoming Titles. Home New & Forthcoming Titles. This book series presents the most important quality issues and the current developments of higher education in Asian nations from cademics, university managers, QA bodies, governments and students.

of Higher Education in East Asia. Development and Reform of Higher Education in China.

Spatial Planning and High-tech Development. of Higher Education in East Asia.

3. Higher education I. Asian Development Bank

3. Asian Development Bank. The views expressed in this publication are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views and policies of the Asian Development Bank (ADB), its Board of Governors, or the governments they represent.

The present volume sets out in the wider context of globalization to critically examine how selected countries / societies in Asia have responded to the growing pressures of globalization for improving university performance in the global market place. In order to enhance the global competitiveness of their higher education systems, many governments in Asia have started comprehensive reforms and adopted new governance measures to enhance their universities. Incorporation and corporatization have been identified as important strategies to restructure and re-engineer university governance around the world. Contributors in this volume critically examine how the quest for world-class university status (as a global movement) has affected the way their universities are governed. Despite the popularity of management reforms and restructuring exercises in line with neoliberalism and managerialism worldwide, whether and how these reforms have actually transformed the heart of the public sector is still subject to debate. This book offers critical reflections on the governance change taking place in the Asian university systems and examines how far the restructuring of higher education governance through incorporation, privatization, and corporatization has really transformed the values and practices of those who work in the higher education sector.