Allowing the Market to Rule : The Case of the United States

@inproceedings{Dill2003AllowingTM,
  title={Allowing the Market to Rule : The Case of the United States},
  author={David L. Dill},
  year={2003}
}
There are increasing calls in the UK and other countries for deregulating universities so that they can better compete in the global market for higher education. Frequent allusions are made to the superiority of the US market-oriented system. But is market competition for first degrees in the US efficient for the larger society? Do the constantly increasing social expenditures for higher education in the US benefit the public interest or do they advantage certain students and faculty members… CONTINUE READING
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