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This collection of 12 papers examines the governance and funding of higher education in Australia, focusing on the national education reforms of 1987-88 and their effect on universities. Papers include: (1) "Higher Education in International Perspective" (David M. Cameron); (2) "Governance and Funding of Higher Education" (David Kemp); (3) "Funding Higher Education" (Peter Baldwin); (4) "Intergovernmental Relations in Australian Higher Education: A Critique" (Neil Marshall); (5) "Governance and Influence in Higher Education in Australia" (Leo West); (6) "Changing Commonwealth-State Roles in Higher Education: A Comment on Developments in Victoria, 1988-1991" (Ron Cullen); (7) "Past, Present, and Future: The Australian University in the Twenty-First Century" (Peter Karmel); (8)"Financing Higher Education: A National Program Management Perspective" (Michael Gallagher); (9) "Funding of Australian Universities: Future Diversity and Adversity?" (Gordon Stanley); (10) "The Institutional Perspective: Autonomy and the Interface with Government" (David Penington); (11) "Governance and Funding of Higher Education" (Leonie Kramer); and (12) "Managerialism, Economic Rationalism, and Higher Education" (Bob Bessant). Commentary is provided by Grant Harman, Roger Scott, Ken McKinnon, Bruce Chapman, Frank Hambly, Vin Massaro, Brian Wilson, Rae Wear, and Adam Graycar. Concluding remarks are provided by Di Zetlin, Campbell Sharman, and David Cameron. (MDM)

Descriptors: College Administration, College Governing Councils, Educational Attitudes, Educational Change, Educational Trends, Federal State Relationship, Federalism, Financial Support, Foreign Countries, Governance, Government Role, Government School Relationship, Higher Education, Institutional Autonomy, Politics of Education, Public Policy











Author: Marshall, Neil, Ed.; Walsh, Cliff, Ed.

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=11163&id=ED377750







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