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Li, Qi

Survival of the Fittest

Li, Qi - Survival of the Fittest, ebook

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Table of contents

Part I. Markets, Competition, and Strategic Change in Higher Education

1. Creating Creative Creators: China and the United States’ Common Quest
Mimi Wolverton

2. Fostering Economic Competitiveness in China and the US: Untangling the Web of Competing Regulations and Interests
Jason E. Lane, Taya L. Owens

3. China’s Move to Mass Higher Education: Analyzing the Policy Execution with a “NATO-Scheme”
Qiang Zha, Jing Lin

4. Conflict of Interest and US University Technology Licensing
Joshua B. Powers

Part II. Strategies Used to Address Core Issues in Higher Education

5. Beyond Summative Evaluation: Improving the Quality of Teaching and Learning in China’s Higher Education
Qi Li

6. The Dilemma of Assessment in the US
Craig K. Pepin

7. The Evolving Role of the “Ombuds” in American Higher Education
Cathryn L. Claussen

8. Grassroots Leadership: Responding to Declining Shared Governance in the Neoliberal World
Adrianna Kezar, Sean Gehrke

Part III. New Directions and Future Possibilities

9. Professional Development for Chinese University Leaders: Collaboration, Not Competition
Constance Ewing Cook

10. Transforming from “Economic Power” to “Soft Power”: Transnationalization and Internationalization of Higher Education in China
Ka Ho Mok, Kok Chung Ong

11. Strategic Planning: Devising the Way of US Higher Education Institutions
Joni Mina

12. The False Promise of Market-Based Conceptions of Human Capital: Higher Education as a Public and Private Good
Cynthia Gerstl-Pepin

Keywords: Education, Higher Education, Educational Policy and Politics, International and Comparative Education

Author(s)
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2014
Language
en
Edition
2014
Series
New Frontiers of Educational Research
Category
Upbringing, Education
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783642398131

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