By Michael Kariwo, Tatiana Gounko, Musembi Nungu
It is a good crafted, well timed publication that comes at a time whilst a lot is going on in better schooling contexts internationally. in actual fact, it's in line with those international (and selectively neighborhood) tendencies that Kariwo, Gounko and Nungu assemble a powerful lineup of either verified and rising students who in attaining a accomplished and seriously developed viewpoint on tertiary schooling platforms. jointly, the chapters during this paintings shall extend the epistemic barriers of the realm and its affiliated disciplines, and the e-book as an entire will significantly profit students, scholars, schooling coverage makers and the general public at huge. - Ali A. Abdi, Professor, collage of Alberta This e-book is a worthy contribution to wisdom on greater schooling and gives a global viewpoint on concerns, demanding situations and dilemmas caused by the swift growth of upper schooling. the amount is a superb textual content that integrates theoretical and analytical reports in addition to empirical nearby experiences. The publication offers a few insights on how various international locations and areas were responding to massification and getting access to of upper schooling. it is going to attract researchers, graduate scholars and school in better or Post-Secondary schooling in addition to overseas and Comparative schooling. - Edward Shizha, affiliate Professor, Wilfrid Laurier college (Brantford Campus)
Read or Download A Comparative Analysis of Higher Education Systems: Issues, Challenges and Dilemmas PDF
Similar comparative books
It's extensively believed that globalization has proceeded to the element the place foreign financial linkages are as powerful as these inside of countries. Struck by means of learn suggesting that this notion is dramatically flawed, John Helliwell spent 3 years assessing the proof. the consequences are said during this booklet, the most recent in Brookings' Integrating nationwide Economies sequence.
The identify of any monograph needs to unavoidably be a compromise among brevity and precision, and the desires of this compromise are rather urgent in a newly rising region of medical curiosity, one who is not just inter- or bidisciplinary, yet tridisciplinary, regarding because it does psychology, pharmacology, and genetics.
How can multilingualism and criminal simple task be reconciled in european legislations? regardless of the significance of multilingualism for the eu undertaking, it has attracted in basic terms constrained consciousness from criminal students. This e-book offers a priceless contribution to this differently overlooked quarter. when firmly positioned in the box of ecu legislation, the ebook additionally employs theories constructed in linguistics and translation stories.
- Little Green Data Book 2002
- European Comparative Company Law
- Media, Bureaucracies and Foreign Aid: A Comparative Analysis of the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, France and Japan
- Comparative Economics in a Transforming World Economy
- Doing Business 2007: How to Reform (Doing Business)
Extra info for A Comparative Analysis of Higher Education Systems: Issues, Challenges and Dilemmas
1–13). Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing. , & White, K. E. (2007). What is globalisation? In G. 54–66). Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing. , & Li, W. (2003). A review of the student loans scheme in China. UNESCO Bangkok, International Institute for Educational Planning. Retrieved March 4, 2013, from http://unesdoc. , & Barrientos, A. (2009). The equity challenge in China’s higher education finance policy. Higher education Policy, 22, 191–207. Trow, M. (1974). Problems in the transition from Elite to Mass Higher education.
Currently the economic crisis is having a negative impact on higher education institutions and other sectors. The economic policies in Zimbabwe were a result of external and local influences. The external pressure came mainly from the support that the liberation movements had before independence which was basically a Socialist/ Marxist philosophy. This approach was meant to counter the prevailing dominant capitalist position in the country. The government abandoned its socialist ideology in the period of 1991-1995 in favour of the Economic Structural Adjustment Programs (ESAP) in order to access funds from the World Bank.
Barrientos, A. (2009). The equity challenge in China’s higher education finance policy. Higher education Policy, 22, 191–207. Trow, M. (1974). Problems in the transition from Elite to Mass Higher education. In Policies for higher education - general report to the conference on the future structure of Post-secondary education (pp. 51–101). Paris: OECD. Wang, Z. H. (2008). The impact of marketization on higher education in Post-Mao China, with case studies of universities in Yunnan province. Doctoral thesis, University of Birmingham.