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Questing for internationalization of universities in Asia : critical reflections
  • K. Mok
  • Political Science
  • 1 September 2007
Globalization and the evolution of the knowledge-based economy have caused dramatic changes to the character and functions of higher education in most countries around the world. One major trendExpand
Transforming Higher Education in Whose Image? Exploring the Concept of the ‘World-Class’ University in Europe and Asia
In order to enhance their global competitiveness, governments in Europe and Asia have started to conduct comprehensive reviews of and implement plans to restructure their higher education systems,Expand
Reflecting globalization effects on local policy: higher education reform in Taiwan
  • K. Mok
  • Economics
  • 1 November 2000
Recent comparative education policy studies show that even though there seems to be similar patterns and trends in higher education reforms in East Asian societies, the recently initiated higherExpand
Education reform and education policy in East Asia
Table of contents List of figures List of tables Foreword Acknowledgements Introduction Part One: Education systems, policy change and education reforms 1. Globalization and structural adjustments:Expand
Globalization and educational restructuring: University merging and changing governance in China
This article sets out in the context of globalization to identify, examine and discuss issues related to structural adjustment and educational restructuring in China, with particular reference toExpand
Marketizing higher education in post-Mao China
Abstract In the post-Mao era, reformers in the People's Republic of China have taken significant steps to privatize social welfare services. After the adoption of a socialist market system in theExpand
The quest for regional hub of education: growing heterarchies, organizational hybridization, and new governance in Singapore and Malaysia
With strong intention to enhance the global competitiveness of their higher education systems, the governments of Singapore and Malaysia have made attempts to develop their societies into regionalExpand
Globalisation and Higher Education Restructuring in Hong Kong, Taiwan and Mainland China
Globalisation and the evolution of the knowledge-based economy have caused dramatic changes in the character and functions of higher education in most countries around the world. However, the impactsExpand
Impact of Globalization: A Study of Quality Assurance Systems of Higher Education in Hong Kong and Singapore
  • K. Mok
  • Political Science
  • Comparative Education Review
  • 1 May 2000
Cet article examine a quel point l'enseignement superieur a Hong-Kong et a Singapour a ete affecte par un aspect de la mondialisation, la force du managerialisme, en particulier dans les mecanismesExpand
Policy of decentralization and changing governance of higher education in post‐Mao China
Unlike the Mao era when educational development was entirely directed by the central government, there has been a strong trend to diversification and decentralization of education in the post-MaoExpand
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