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. Jrgen Enders is director of the Center for Higher Education Policy Studies (CHEPS), University of Twente (The Netherlands). His research interests are in the areas of political sociology, governance and management of higher education, higher education and work, and higher education in comparative perspectives. Ben Jongbloed is senior researcher of the Center for Higher Education Policy Studies (CHEPS), University of Twente (The Netherlands). His research interests are in the areas of financing of teaching and research, financial management of higher education, markets in higher education, and higher education and industry.London: London School of Economics. http://econ.lse.ac.uk/staff/nb/ barr_HE_option030610.pdf Barr, N. and Crawford, I. (1998). ... Greenaway, D. and Haynes, M. (2003). a#39;Funding higher education in the UK: the role of fees and loansa#39;, Economic Journal, 113, F150-F166. ... Jongbloed, B. and Vossensteyn, J.J. (2002).
|Title||:||Public-private Dynamics in Higher Education|
|Author||:||B. W. A. Jongbloed|
|Publisher||:||transcript Verlag - 2007|