author={Remo Guidieri},
  journal={RES: Anthropology and Aesthetics},
  pages={141 - 147}
  • Remo Guidieri
  • Published 1 October 1995
  • RES: Anthropology and Aesthetics
In Palfreyman & Tapper (2014) ‘Reshaping the University: The Rise of the Regulated Market in Higher Education’ (Oxford University Press) we have tried to explain how English HE has reached the present state of massification & marketisation, of commodification & commercialisation, of managerialism & corporatism. We predict that hefty tuition fees, student consumerism, and the market are here to stay, with universities adjusting and reshaping accordingly (or going bust!) – but also with there… 
From Dayton to Europe
Many commentators suggest that the transition to Bosnian ownership has been held back by the Dayton framework, which created a weak central state and a country divided into two separate entities, the
Impact of Covid-19 crisis on Indian MSME sector: A study on remedial measures
The study highlighted that a higher number of MSMEs comprising manufacturing and retail firms have shut down their businesses temporarily during the nationwide lockdown. We analysed literature
Equitable Fiscal Regionalism
Due to suburbanization and white flight, metropolitan regions suffer from great fiscal inequality. Wealthier, and oftentimes white, suburbs are able to keep their tax burdens low and receive high
Citizen Journalism: Empowering Stateless Thais as Citizens
This case study illustrates how the first public service broadcasting in Thailand, named Thai PBS, has incorporated the practice of citizen journalism as a forum for public participation to empower a
Impact of Digital Piracy on the E-book Market: Insights from an Agent-based Model
A simple agent-based model is used to explore the role of the piracy on the digital goods market, as well as the impact of preventives and deterrents on the piracy itself, and finds that in the short term, some degree of thepiracy may be beneficial for publishers of e-books, because it enhances the diffusion of a new title.
Consumer research: in search of identity.
This review of key trends and "camps" in consumer research, which represent complementary and, in some cases, conflicting views regarding the main topics of investigation and how research is conducted, examines the original vision for the field and its limitations.
A Study on the Types of Microfinance Institutions in Nigeria
Microfinance institutions (MFIs) are considered important financial institutions in Nigeria. These institutions contribute significantly to the country’s economic as well as social development.
Fashion retailing – past, present and future
This issue of Textile Progress reviews the way that fashion retailing has developed as a result of the application of the World Wide Web and information and communications technology (ICT) by
Analysis of the perceptions of wine consumers toward environmental approaches: Support for the management of environmental strategy
For several years now, the protection of the environment has become a priority for public authorities and the agricultural sectors. On one hand, this has led, in Europe and in the world, to the
Policy for Sociotechnical Transition: Implications from Swedish Historical Case Studies
Abstract In this paper we analyse past sociotechnical transitions, and based on that we discuss the prospects for the central state in promoting radical transitions towards improved sustainability


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