Governing International Trade in Higher Education: A Comparative Study of International Education Policy Development
KeywordsSPECIALIST STUDIES IN EDUCATION
globalisation of education
higher education policy
international trade policy
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AbstractAustralia is a major exporter of education, yet the cumulative social and economic impacts of large-scale commercial international education on our trading partners are not well researched. This project will assist in understanding the similarities and differences between Australian and other governments? objectives in relation to the growing international market in education, and the means governments use to regulate educational trade. This can help inform bilateral and multilateral relations between governments, educational institutions, educational peak bodies and other stakeholders.
Dr CJ Ziguras; Dr GD McBurnie