Reverse Internationalization?

@article{Lay2019ReverseI,
  title={Reverse Internationalization?},
  author={Keith John Lay},
  journal={Policies and Initiatives for the Internationalization of Higher Education},
  year={2019}
}
  • K. Lay
  • Published 2019
  • Law
  • Policies and Initiatives for the Internationalization of Higher Education
This chapter first describes UK HE from a systems theory perspective through reflection on the history of UK HE and the current system in relation to the criteria that are used to assess and audit universities. The current position of UK HE within the larger global HE system is then considered through analysis of the latest university rankings lists. Having identified the key elements of the current UK HE system and highlighted the centrality of international academic staff within that system… 

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