Dimensions of Marketization in Higher Education
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Dimensions of Marketisation in Higher Education is a critical analysis of the various dimensions of marketisation in a global context, exploring governance, policy, financial, ethical and pedagogical aspects. Bringing together a selection of influential authors who draw on the work of Roger Brown, the book is a timely examination of the impact that policies regulating cost, entry and practices in higher education can have on universities, students and academics. This book explores the tensions and dilemmas marketisation brings into the educational environment for academic leaders, managers and students, arguing that they can be managed through rebalancing the relation between the market and the educational dimensions. Key topics include: * The economics of higher education * Students in a marketised environment * Regulating a marketised sector * Marketisation and higher education pedagogies * Universities' futures. Unveiling nuanced and multifaceted perspectives and providing readers with collective and forward-thinking critical analyses, Dimensions of Marketisation in Higher Education will be an authoritative reference book on policy and practice, appealing to higher education leaders, managers and scholars worldwide.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 266 pages
  • 156 x 234 x 16mm | 521g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • ROUTLEDGE
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 2 black & white illustrations, 3 black & white tables
  • 1138845124
  • 9781138845121

About Peter John

Peter John is Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive at the University of West London, UK. Joelle Fanghanel is Associate Pro Vice-Chancellor at the University of West London, UK.show more

Table of contents

Editors' Introduction 'Fearful symmetry?' Higher education and the logic of the market Peter John and Joelle Fanghanel PART 1 THE ECONOMICS OF HIGHER EDUCATION Chapter 1 Private commodities and public goods: Markets and values in higher education Peter Scott Chapter 2 Paying the price of expansion: Why more for undergraduates in England means less for everyoneHelen Carasso and William Locke Chapter 3Choice in the learning market: Tokenistic ritual or democratic education? Rajani Naidoo Chapter 4 Marketing and marketisation: what went wrong, and how we can put it right? Rob Cuthbert Chapter 5 Scotland and the higher education market Tony Bruce PART 2 STUDENTS IN A MARKETISED ENVIRONMENT Chapter 6 Contractualising the student experience through university charters Joanna Williams Chapter 7 UK universities as a single entity: Striking a balance between public and private needs Bernard Longden Chapter 8 Some considerations on higher education as a 'post-experience good' Morgan White Chapter 9 The 'unravelling' of English higher education Patrick Ainley PART 3 REGULATING A MARKETISED SECTOR Chapter 10 Regulating risk in the higher education state: implications for policy and research Roger King Chapter 11 How the Home Office became a regulator of higher education in England Geoffrey Alderman Chapter 12 Making a difference: The roles of markets and the roles of quality assurance regimes John Brennan PART 4 MARKETISATION AND HIGHER EDUCATION PEDAGOGIES Chapter 13 Shifting perspectives on research and teaching relationships: A view from Australia Angela Brew Chapter 14 Developing criticality in learning and teaching through pedagogical action research Lin Norton Chapter 15 Reshaping understandings, practices and policies to enhance the links between teaching and research Alan Jenkins and Mick Healey Chapter 16 Engaging the international scholarly and policy community through active dialogue on the research-teaching nexus Vaneeta D'Andrea PART 5 UNIVERSITIES FUTURES Chapter 17 A critical reflection on leadership in higher education Robin Middlehurst Chapter 18 Reflections on evidence and higher education policy Gareth Williams Chapter 19 Academic quality and academic responsibility: A critical reflection on collegial governance David D. Dill Chapter 20 Policy, what policy?: Considering the university in the twenty-first century Ronald Barnett Editors' conclusion Higher Education and the market: thoughts, themes, threads Joelle Fanghanel and Peter Johnshow more