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The Evaluative State, Institutional Autonomy and Re-engineering Higher Education in Western Europe: The Prince and His Pleasure [Hardcover]

Guy Neave

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June 19 2012 0230348033 978-0230348035

This pioneering book examines how policies to raise efficiency and performance in Europe's universities have profoundly altered ties between government, society and higher education, outlining how Evaluation Agencies have urged Europe's universities to meet the challenge of modernization.


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"A rich account of current developments with respect to the relationship between the state and higher education, highly rewarding for those that dare to invest in the detailed account provided." - Higher Education Policy

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GUY NEAVE Director of Research at the Centre for Research in Higher Education Policies (CIPES), Portugal. He has written extensively on higher education policy in western Europe and was Editor in Chief of the Encyclopaedia of Higher Education.

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