Public-Private Dynamics in Higher Education

Expectations, Developments and Outcomes

Worldwide, scholarship and policy-making develop new ideas and models for the role of higher education and research in society and economy. This development points to changing relationships and boundaries between the public and private spheres in higher education including their public and private steering and funding, public-private partnerships between universities and firms, the rise of private higher education and of business models in the management of universities. The contributions to this edited volume investigate into the dynamics of blurring boundaries between the public and the private in higher education and their consequences for the university.

Inhalt

  1. Frontmatter

    Seiten 1 - 4
  2. CONTENTS

    Seiten 5 - 8
  3. The Public, the Private and the Good in Higher Education and Research: An Introduction

    Seiten 9 - 36
  4. Public Sector Reform in the Knowledge Based Economy

    Seiten 39 - 62
  5. Governing Universities: Varieties of National Regulation

    Seiten 63 - 88
  6. Market Competition, Public Good, and State Interference

    Seiten 89 - 110
  7. Creating Public-Private Dynamics in Higher Education Funding: A Discussion of Three Options

    Seiten 113 - 138
  8. The Publicness of Private Higher Education: Examples from the United States

    Seiten 139 - 156
  9. More Competition in German Higher Education: Expectations, Developments, Outcomes

    Seiten 157 - 184
  10. Five Somersaults in Enschede: Rethinking Public/Private in Higher Education for the Global Era

    Seiten 187 - 220
  11. The Bologna Process and the Role of Higher Education: Discursive Construction of the European Higher Education Area

    Seiten 221 - 246
  12. Global Opportunities and Institutional Embeddedness: Cooperation in Higher Education Consortia

    Seiten 247 - 270
  13. Brokering the Public-Private Dynamics of Higher Education through Strategic Alliances in an Australian 'Hybrid' University

    Seiten 271 - 298
  14. R&D Funding in US Universities: From Public to Private Support or Public Policies Strengthening Diversification?

    Seiten 301 - 328
  15. The Distributed Knowledge Base of the Oil Industry in Venezuela and Private-Public Dynamics

    Seiten 329 - 360
  16. Changing Patterns of University/Industry Relations in Italy

    Seiten 361 - 386
  17. Changes in Funding University Research: Consequences for Problem Choice and Research Output of Academic Staff

    Seiten 387 - 412
  18. Private Higher Education in Poland: A Case of Public-Private Dynamics

    Seiten 415 - 442
  19. Market Competition, Demographic Change, and Educational Reform: The Problems Confronting Japan's Private Universities in a Period of Contraction

    Seiten 443 - 470
  20. Mapping Private Sector Expansion in Mexican Higher Education

    Seiten 471 - 494
  21. The 'Public' Nature of Higher Education in Italy: What Place for Autonomy and Variety?

    Seiten 495 - 518
  22. ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORS

    Seiten 519 - 526
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2007-11-27, 526 pages
ISBN: 978-3-89942-752-3

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Jürgen Enders

Jürgen Enders, Center for Higher Education Policy Studies (CHEPS) Universität Twente, Niederlande

Ben Jongbloed

Ben Jongbloed, University of Twente, Niederlande

Author(s)
Jürgen Enders / Ben Jongbloed (eds.)
Book title
Public-Private Dynamics in Higher Education Expectations, Developments and Outcomes
Publisher
transcript Verlag
Pages
526
Features
kart.
ISBN
978-3-89942-752-3
DOI
Commodity Group
1572
BIC-Code
JNF JNMN JPQB
BISAC-Code
EDU034000 EDU036000 POL028000
THEMA-Code
JNF JNM JPQB
Release date
2007-11-27
Edition
1
Topics
Politik, Bildung
Readership
Policy Studies, Sociology, Economic Studies
Keywords/Tags
Universities, Higher Education Policy, Market, Management, Education, Politics, Educational Policy, University, Policy, Educational Research, Pedagogy

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