Changing Patterns of Private-Public Growth and Decline: The Case of Georgian Higher Education. PROPHE Working Paper Series. WP No. 10.

@inproceedings{Pachuashvili2007ChangingPO,
  title={Changing Patterns of Private-Public Growth and Decline: The Case of Georgian Higher Education. PROPHE Working Paper Series. WP No. 10.},
  author={Marie Pachuashvili},
  year={2007}
}
En la mayoría de los países post-comunistas, el comienzo de los años 90 atestiguó la creación y crecimiento de las instituciones de educación superior privada por un lado y la privatización de los servicios públicos educacionales por otro. Los desarrollos de Georgia se ajustan principalmente a este patrón general, pero en muchos aspectos, este es un caso extremo. Primero que todo, ambos sectores privado y publico en educación superior vieron importantes fluctuaciones en sus patrones de… CONTINUE READING

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