Globalization and higher education organizational change : A framework for analysis

@inproceedings{VAIRA2004GlobalizationAH,
  title={Globalization and higher education organizational change : A framework for analysis},
  author={MASSIMILIANO VAIRA},
  year={2004}
}
  • MASSIMILIANO VAIRA
  • Published 2004
The aim of this article is to outline a theoretical framework to address Higher Education organizational change in a globalized and globalizing age. The paper will start with a brief description of trends characterizing the global landscape and their relationships with Higher Education policies and institutions. Although these trends are well known, their impact on HE institutions is to some large extent ambiguous and open to different and even diverging interpretations. In particular, is… CONTINUE READING
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