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Higher education and international student mobility in the global knowledge economy [electronic resource] / Kemal Gürüz.

Author/Creator:
Gürüz, Kemal.
Edition:
Rev. and updated 2nd ed.
Publication:
Albany : State University of New York Press, c2011.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (467 p.)
Subjects:
Education, Higher.
Student mobility.
Foreign study.
Knowledge management.
Education and globalization.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Contents:
""HIGHER EDUCATION AND INTERNATIONAL STUDENT MOBILITY IN THE GLOBAL KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY""; ""CONTENTS""; ""ILLUSTRATIONS""; ""ACKNOWLEDGMENTS""; ""ABBREVIATIONS""; ""FOREWORD""; ""PREFACE TO THE REVISED AND UPDATED SECOND EDITION""; ""1. THE GLOBAL KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY AND HIGHER EDUCATION""; ""1.1. INTRODUCTION""; ""1.2. GLOBALIZATION AND THE KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY""; ""1.2.1. The Industrial Society""; ""1.2.2. Transformation to the Knowledge Society and theGlobal Knowledge Economy""; ""1.3. THE GLOBAL HIGHER EDUCATION AGENDA""; ""2. ENROLLMENT AND INCREASING DEMAND""; ""2.1. INCREASING DEMAND""
""2.2. DEMOGRAPHIC SHIFT AND NONTRADITIONAL STUDENTS""""2.3. INCREASING DEMAND AND INTERNATIONAL STUDENT MOBILITY""; ""3. THE RISE OF MARKET FORCES""; ""3.1. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND""; ""3.2. PUBLIC SPENDING AND TUITION FEES""; ""3.3. PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS""; ""3.4. CHANGING PATTERNS OF GOVERNANCE""; ""3.4.1. Historical Background""; ""3.4.2. The State, the Academia, and the Society as Actorsin Governance""; ""3.4.3. Transformation from the Regulatory to the Evaluative State""; ""3.4.4. Spread of Lay Governance, Strengthened Institutional Leadership,and a Redefinition of Autonomy""
""3.5. THE RISE OF MARKET FORCES IN RELATIONTO INTERNATIONAL STUDENT MOBILITY""""4. NEW PROVIDERS OF HIGHER EDUCATION""; ""4.1. INTRODUCTION""; ""4.2. IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGY""; ""4.3. IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGY ON TRADITIONAL INSTITUTIONS""; ""4.3.1. Distributed Learning""; ""4.3.2. Virtual Arms and Unbundling of Services in Traditional Institutions""; ""4.4. TYPES OF NEW PROVIDERS""; ""4.4.1. Consortia and Networks""; ""4.4.2. For-Profit Higher Education""; ""4.4.3. Virtual Universities""; ""4.4.4. Corporate Universities""; ""4.4.5. Certificate Programs""
""4.4.6. Museums, Libraries, Publishers, and Media Enterprises""""4.4.7. Academic Brokers""; ""4.4.8. Branch Campuses,Franchises, and Twinning Arrangements""; ""4.5. THE GLOBAL HIGHER EDUCATION MARKET""; ""5. GLOBALIZATION ANDINTERNATIONALIZATION OF HIGHER EDUCATION""; ""5.1. HISTORICAL ANTECEDENTS""; ""5.1.1. International Academic Mobility in the Greco-Roman and the Muslim Worlds""; ""5.1.2. International Academic Mobility in Medieval Times""; ""5.1.3. International Academic Mobility: 1500�1800""; ""5.1.4. The Birth of the Napoleonic University and the German Research University""
""5.1.5. International Academic Mobility in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries""""5.1.6. The Emergence of the Modern American University""; ""5.2 GLOBALIZATION AND INTERNATIONALIZATION OF HIGHER EDUCATION SINCE 1950""; ""5.3. DEFINITION OF TERMS""; ""5.3.1. Globalization and Internationalization""; ""5.3.2. Rationales for Internationalization of Higher Education""; ""5.4 THE EUROPEAN RESPONSE: THE BOLOGNA PROCESS""; ""5.4.1 Chronological Background""; ""5.4.2. An Evaluation of the Bologna Process""; ""5.5. GATS: A “COMMERCIAL/ANGLO-SAXON RESPONSE�""
""5.6. QUALITY ASSURANCE INTRANSNATIONAL HIGHER EDUCATION:“MULTINATIONAL ORGANIZATIONAL RESPONSES�""
Notes:
Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN:
1-4384-3570-3
1-4416-9681-4
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