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Title Financing higher education in a global market / Steve O. Michael and Mark A. Kretovics, editors.
Imprint New York : Algora Pub., ©2005.

Series Higher education series
Higher education series (New York, N.Y.)
Subject Universities and colleges -- Finance -- Cross-cultural studies.
Higher education and state -- Cross-cultural studies.
Alt Name Kretovics, Mark.
Michael, Steve O.
Description 1 online resource (xv, 325 pages) : illustrations, 1 map.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Financing higher education in a global market: a contextual background -- Financing higher education in the USA: strategues for the 21st century -- Financing higher education in Canada -- Great expectations and declining resources: financing higher education in Mexico -- Higher education policy and finance in Spain -- Financing higher education in Austria and future challenges -- Financing higher education in South Africa and future challenges -- Financing higher education in India under structural adjustment -- Financing higher education in Thailand and future challenges.
Note Print version record.
Summary From Austria to India, university administrators and public policy makers are grappling with the high costs of higher education. Comparing the models by which higher education is funded in the United States and seven other countries, developed and developing, the chapters of this textbook help identify effective financial strategies to meet fast-evolving demands. How can each nation and each institution achieve the right balance between quality and quantity, access and equity, need-based and merit-based aid, government funding and private endowments? In these nine chapters, case studies discuss the different approaches being taken and the varying results produced. This handbook on the finance of higher education is essential reading for college administrators, policy-makers and graduate programs in higher education administration.
ISBN 1417562315 (electronic bk.)
9781417562312 (electronic bk.)
0875863183 (ebook)
0875863450 (ebook)
9780875863450 (ebook)
9780875863184 (e-book)
0875863167 (soft cover ; alk. paper)
0875863175 (hard cover ; alk. paper)
0875863434 (softcover)
0875863442 (hardcover)
9780875863160
OCLC # 57725086
Additional Format Print version: Financing higher education in a global market. New York : Algora Pub., ©2005 0875863167 0875863175 (DLC) 2004016675 (OCoLC)56194764



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