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S. Pickard (ed.), Higher Education in the UK and the US: Converging University Models in a Global Academic World? Leiden/Boston. Brill, 2014 (15 May). Informace na webu ZDE

Obsah publikace:

PART I) THE ECONOMICS AND MARKETISATION OF HIGHER EDUCATION

1) Creating the Enterprising Student: The Moral Projects of Neoliberalism and Higher Education Reform in the UK and the US

Steven WARD (Western Connecticut State University)

2) Education Markets in English and American Universities

John HALSEY (Brunel University)

Kenneth O'BRIEN (State University of New York - SUNY)

3) Higher Education in the United Kingdom under Tony Blair: An American Inspired Economic Issue

Magali JULIAN (Université de Montpellier)

4) The English Experiment in Market-based Higher Education: Ideology and Reality Disconnected

Bahram BEKHRADNIA (Higher Education Policy Institute - HEPI)

PART II) ACCESS AND ADMITTANCE TO HIGHER EDUCATION

5) Are Admissions Models for Undergraduate Study Converging among Highly Selective Universities in the England and the US?

Anna MOUNTFORD-ZIMDARS (King's College London)

6) Widening Participation in English Universities: Accessing Social Justice?

Sarah PICKARD (Sorbonne Nouvelle)

7) Access and the Rise of Accountability in the Governance of Public Universities in the US

Christine SOULAS (Université de Rennes 2)

PART III) THE STUDENT EXPERIENCE OF HIGHER EDUCATION

8) The Quality of the Student's Learning Experience: A Strategic Dimension of British and American Higher Education Systems in the Early 21st Century

Marie-Agnès DÉTOURBE (Université de Toulouse)

9) The Decline in Study Time in British and American Universities: Unravelling the Paradox in Two Knowledge Economies

James CÔTÉ (University of Western Ontario)

10) The Student Experience in the UK and US: Two Converging Pictures of Decline?

Chris RUST (Oxford Brookes University)

11) British Students in the Winter Protests: Still a New Social Movement?

Cristiana OLCESE (London School of Economics - LSE)

Clare SAUNDERS (University of Exeter)

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