Globalization and educational restructuring: University merging and changing governance in China

@article{Mok2005GlobalizationAE,
  title={Globalization and educational restructuring: University merging and changing governance in China},
  author={Ka Ho Mok},
  journal={Higher Education},
  year={2005},
  volume={50},
  pages={57-88}
}
  • K. Mok
  • Published 2005
  • Economics
  • Higher Education
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 to university merging and changes in higher education governance models. While it is basically an historical and documentary analysis of policy change in Chinese higher education, this article focuses on restructuring strategies that the Chinese government has adopted to make its university systems more… Expand

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