Elite European Universities and the R&D Subsidiaries of Multinational Enterprises
Maureen McKelvey and
Chapter 10 in Learning to Compete in European Universities, 2009 from Edward Elgar Publishing
This book addresses the critical issue of how and why European universities are changing and learning to compete. Anglo-Saxon universities particularly in the US, the UK and Australia have long been subject to, and responded to, market-based competition in higher education. The authors argue that Continental and Nordic universities and higher education institutes are now facing similar pressures that are leading to a structural transformation of the university sector.
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