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Massification of Higher Education in Asia


Massification of Higher Education in Asia

Consequences, Policy Responses and Changing Governance
Higher Education in Asia: Quality, Excellence and Governance

von: Alfred M. Wu, John N. Hawkins

107,09 €

Verlag: Springer
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 17.07.2018
ISBN/EAN: 9789811302480
Sprache: englisch

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This book addresses important questions and puzzles regarding the massification of higher education in Asia. It equips readers to critically evaluate and understand the consequences and challenges that massification entails, while also prompting policymakers and higher education administrators to tackle emerging issues related to the massification of higher education. Readers will gain a deeper, nuanced understanding of this trend, including its impacts and governance issues.
Chapter 1 The Many Faces of Asia Pacific Higher Education in the Era of Massification.- Chapter 2 The Massification of Higher Education in China: Problems and Solutions.- Chapter 3 The Inequality of the Competition for Talent amid the Massification of Higher Education.- Chapter 4 Changes and Challenges in the Rise of Mass Higher Education in Korea.- Chapter 5 A Double Edged Sword - Thoughts on the Massification of Higher Education in India.- Chapter 6 The Emerging Face of Higher Education: An Analysis of the Malaysian Context.- Chapter 7 Institutional Differentiation in the Era of Massification: The Case of Malaysia.- Chapter 8 Challenges of Massification in Higher Education: The Case of Vietnam.- Chapter 9 Higher Education Expansion and the Returns to Higher Education: Evidence from China.- Chapter 10 Higher Education Governance and Institutional Research: The Emergence of a New Role in the Post-Massification Era in Japan.
Alfred M. Wu is an associate professor at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore. He is a development studies expert with publications in the fields of public finance, education, social protection, urban development and local governance in China and East Asia. Dr Wu has published in journals such as World Development, Public Choice, International Tax and Public Finance, Journal of Urban Affairs, Journal of Education and Work, and others. He has been engaged in funded research projects with support from the Research Grants Council of Hong Kong and the Central Policy Unit of the Hong Kong SAR Government.John N. Hawkins is a professor emeritus at the Graduate School of Education and Information Studies, University of California, Los Angeles, and co-director of the APHERP East-West Center in Honolulu, Hawaii. Dr Hawkins is a specialist on higher education reform in the United States and Asia, and the author of several books and research articles on education and development in Asia. He was the dean of International Studies at UCLA for 13 years and has served as a director of the UCLA Foundation Board and director of the East-West Center Foundation Board.
This book addresses important questions and puzzles regarding the massification of higher education in Asia. It equips readers to critically evaluate and understand the consequences and challenges that massification entails, while also prompting policymakers and higher education administrators to tackle emerging issues related to the massification of higher education. Readers will gain a deeper, nuanced understanding of this trend, including its impacts and governance issues.
Addresses important questions and puzzles regarding the massification of higher education in AsiaProvides extensive coverage of various elements related to massification by examining trends, governance quality, equality, and equity in the Asian higher education sectorEquips readers to critically evaluate and understand the consequences and challenges that massification entailsPrompts policymakers and higher education administrators to tackle emerging issues related to the massification of higher education