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byS. Leibfried

Hardcover | October 11, 2007

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This volume provides a comprehensive and up-to-date account of new arenas of education governance, examining the impact of international organizations and marketization. It explores how education policy is made at international levels, and the consequences for national policy-making.
CAROLIN BALZER is Junior Research Associate at the Collaborative Research Centre, University of Bremen, Germany ROGER DALE is Senior Research Fellow at the Graduate School of Education, University of Bristol, UK, and Visiting Professor of Education, University of Auckland, New Zealand EVA HARTMANN pursues her PhD at the Faculty of So...
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Title:New Arenas Of Education Governance: The Impact Of International Organizations And Markets On…Format:HardcoverDimensions:248 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.95 inPublished:October 11, 2007Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230007031

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INTRODUCTION New Arenas of Education Governance: The Impact of International Organizations and Markets on Education Policy Making; K.Leuze, K.Martens & A.Rusconi PART ONE: INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS Educational Multilateralism: Origins and Indications for Global Governance; K.Mundy How To Become an Influential Actor: The 'Comparative Turn' in OECD Education Policy; K.Martens From the European Commission to the Member States and Back: A Comparison of the Bologna and the Copenhagen Process; C.Balzer & A.Rusconi Towards an International Regime for the Recognition of Higher Education Qualifications: The Empowered Role of UNESCO in Today's Knowledge-Based Economy; E.Hartmann Converging Agendas in Education Policy: Lifelong Learning in the World Bank and the International Labor Organization; A.Jakobi PART TWO: MARKETIZATION GATS: Commodifying Education via Trade Treaties; C.Scherrer Crossborder Education: Changes and Challenges in Program and Provider Mobility; J.Knight Internationalization of Markets for Education? New Actors Within Nations and Increasing Flows Between Nations; R.Sackmann Characteristics of Growth in the Education Industry: Illustrations from US Education Businesses; G.C.Hentschke Implications of Marketization for the Perception of Education as Public or Private Good; B.Kohlrausch & K.Leuze CONCLUDING REMARKS New Arenas of Global Governance: Reflections and Directions; R.Dale & S.Robertson International Organizations, Markets and the Nation State in Education Governance; A.Weymann, K.Martens, A.Rusconi & K.Leuze