Overview for Global Higher Education: Issues in Governance
Higher education across natinal has been frnting histrionic changes as witnessed particularly during last three recent decades. The higher education has experienced expansion in both enrollments in provision. The role of the State and market has also altered. The funding mechanism has also changed and institutions are under pressure to explore diversified sources of revenue and reduce the dependence on state funding. The effects of these deviations and challenges on governance are varied.
The chapters in this book discourses how the higher education is governed in a particular region and setup. It debates in what way and how the governance of higher education is influenced by the legislative framework, the features of the institutions, funding mechanism, the varied stakeholders and their further autonomy as well as accountability.
The book provides an original and broad look at higher education governance across 11 countries, contributing to comparative higher education governance literature on Canada, Greece, Spain, Argentina, Mexico, France, Poland, Japan, India, Vietnam and Malaysia.
K.M. Joshi (Editor)
K.M. Joshi (bron 1972) is currently working as a Professor in the Maharaja Krishnakumarsinhji Bhavanagar University, Bhavanagar, India. Prof.K.M. Joshi has been a visiting Professor at University of Toronto, Central European University, University of Philippines, Mykolas Romeris University of Lyon 2 and University of Paris 8. Higher Education Reforms, Private Higher Education and International Economics. Dr.K.M. Joshi has 5 edited books and more than 41 articles to his credit.
Saeed Paivandi (Editor)
Saeed Paivandi (bron 1956) is currently working as a Professor in the University of Lorraine, Nancy, France. He is also Director of the Research Centre- LISEC (Interrgional Laboratory of Science of Education and Communication). Higher Education Reforms, Private Higher Education and International Economics. Dr. Saeed has 6 books and more than 37 articles ti his credit.