Higher Education in the Asia-Pacific Strategic Responses to Globalization /
International and Comparative Education.
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Abstractedited by Simon Marginson, Sarjit Kaur, Erlenawati Sawir.
Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Editors and authors -- List of figures and tables -- INTRODUCTION -- 1. Local, national, and global in the Asia-Pacific; Simon Marginson, Sarjit Kaur and Erlenawati Sawir -- PART I. GLOBAL AND ASIA-PACIFIC PERSPECTIVES -- 2. Asia-Pacific universities in the global space: Visions of university presidents; Simon Marginson -- 3. The Confucian Model of higher education in East Asia and Singapore; Simon Marginson -- 4. The disappearing role of education finance policies in higher education access: Panel data analysis of twenty-one Asia-Pacific countries in a global setting; Lijing Yang -- 5. Transnational higher education in the Asia-Pacific region: From distance education to the branch campus; Christopher Ziguras and Grant McBurnie -- 6. International student mobility in the Asia-Pacific: From globalization to regional integration?; Christopher Ziguras and Grant McBurnie -- PART II. LOCAL ASIA-PACIFIC STRATEGIES -- 7. Advanced global strategy in China: The case of Tsinghua; Rui Yang -- 8. Negotiating globalization: The Royal University of Phnom Penh, Cambodia; David Howes and David Ford -- 9. Universiti Sains Malaysia: Its strategic response to globalization; Sarjit Kaur, Morshidi Sirat and Norpisah Mat Isa -- 10. Globalization, resources and strategies: A comparison of Universitas Indonesia and the Australian National University -- Simon Marginson and Erlenawati Sawir -- PART III. NATIONAL ASIA-PACIFIC STRATEGIES -- 11. Addressing the global challenges in higher education: The Malaysian strategic plan; Gurnam Kaur Sidhu and Sarjit Kaur -- 12. Academics as agents of internationalization and literacy: Malaysian responses and future challenges: Koo Yew Lie and Vincent Pang -- 13. The global schoolhouse: Governing Singapore's knowledge economy aspirations; Ravinder Sidhu, Ho Kong Chong and Brenda Yeoh -- 14. Strategies for higher education reform in Thailand; Nattuvud Pimpa -- 15. National policies in skilled labour and the cross-border student market, with a focus on Vietnam; Cate Gribble -- 16. Two-way flows of higher education students in mainland China in a global market: Trends, characteristics and problems; Mei Li and Yongjun Zhang -- 17. The internationalization of Japanese higher education: Policy rebates and realities; Akiyoshi Yonezawa -- 18. Internationalization of Japanese universities: The current status and future directions; Kazuhiro Kudo and Hiroko Hashimoto -- 19. Higher education in Papua New Guinea: the need for a change towards globalization; Ravinder Rena_20. Global position and position-taking in higher education: The case of Australia: Simon Marginson -- PART IV. NEIGHBOURING CASES -- 21. India amidst a global competition for its talent: A critical perspective on policy for higher and university education; Binod Khadria -- 22. National and global challenges to higher education in Saudi Arabia: Current development and future strategies; Abdullah A. S. Al-Mubaraki -- CONCLUDING REFLECTIONS -- 23. Regional dynamism and regional inequality; Simon Marginson, Sarjit Kaur and Erlenawati Sawir -- Index.