Polarization of the Swedish University Sector: Structural Characteristics and Positioning
Mattias Johansson and
Chapter 6 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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