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A Global Perspective on Private Higher Education.

By: Shah, Mahsood.
Contributor(s): Nair, Chenicheri Sid.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: San Diego : Elsevier Science, 2016Description: 1 online resource (372 p.).ISBN: 9780081008980.Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: A Global Perspective on Private Higher EducationDDC classification: 378.04 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover -- A Global Perspective on Private Higher Education -- A Global Perspective on Private Higher Education -- Copyright -- Contents -- Editors' biography -- Contributors' biography -- Preface -- 1 - The issue of contractible quality, quality assurance, and information asymmetries in higher education -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Noncontractible quality and information imperfections -- 1.3 Educational providers -- 1.4 Conclusion -- References -- 2 - What role for private higher education in Europe? Reflecting about current patterns and future prospects -- 2.1 Introduction1
2.2 Private higher education in Europe-how did we get here? -- 2.3 An overview of the private sector in European HE in the last 15years -- 2.4 Some stylized facts on private higher education in Europe -- 2.5 Concluding remarks -- References -- 3 - Private higher education in Italy -- 3.1 Trends in the size of private higher education -- 3.2 The main legal features of private and public universities -- 3.3 The academics in the private and public sector -- 3.4 Tuition fees -- 3.5 The internal differentiation in the private sector -- 3.6 The social make-up of public and private universities
3.6.1 Sociodemographic characteristics -- 3.6.2 Previous school career -- 3.6.3 University studies -- 3.6.4 Graduates' performance in higher education -- 3.7 The occupational outcomes of graduates from private and public universities -- 3.7.1 Theoretical motivation -- 3.7.2 Occupational placement -- 3.7.3 Type and level of occupation -- 3.7.4 Job satisfaction -- 3.8 The impact of graduating from a private university on labor market returns -- 3.9 Conclusions -- Appendix: data description -- References -- 4 - From growth to decline? Demand-absorbing private higher education when demand is over
4.1 Introduction: European and global growth patterns in private higher education -- 4.2 The changing public-private dynamics -- 4.3 From the expanding privatized to the contracting publicly funded university -- 4.4 Higher education expansion and projections for the future: educational contraction and private higher education -- 4.5 Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Data Appendix -- 5 - Privately funded higher education providers in the UK: the changing dynamic of the higher education sector -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 The changing landscape of higher education in the United Kingdom
5.3 Context for development of privately funded (or alternative) providers -- 5.4 Mapping privately funded providers in the UK -- 5.5 Some specific features of privately funded providers and provision in the UK -- 5.6 Unbundling and varied public-private partnerships -- 5.7 Students and privately funded providers -- 5.8 Governance arrangements among privately funded providers -- 5.8.1 Strategic control -- 5.8.2 Board membership, size, and committees -- 5.8.3 Academic governance and staff/student involvement -- 5.8.4 Information disclosure and reporting -- 5.8.5 Governance codes
5.9 Impact of privately funded providers on the UK higher education sector?
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Front Cover -- A Global Perspective on Private Higher Education -- A Global Perspective on Private Higher Education -- Copyright -- Contents -- Editors' biography -- Contributors' biography -- Preface -- 1 - The issue of contractible quality, quality assurance, and information asymmetries in higher education -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Noncontractible quality and information imperfections -- 1.3 Educational providers -- 1.4 Conclusion -- References -- 2 - What role for private higher education in Europe? Reflecting about current patterns and future prospects -- 2.1 Introduction1

2.2 Private higher education in Europe-how did we get here? -- 2.3 An overview of the private sector in European HE in the last 15years -- 2.4 Some stylized facts on private higher education in Europe -- 2.5 Concluding remarks -- References -- 3 - Private higher education in Italy -- 3.1 Trends in the size of private higher education -- 3.2 The main legal features of private and public universities -- 3.3 The academics in the private and public sector -- 3.4 Tuition fees -- 3.5 The internal differentiation in the private sector -- 3.6 The social make-up of public and private universities

3.6.1 Sociodemographic characteristics -- 3.6.2 Previous school career -- 3.6.3 University studies -- 3.6.4 Graduates' performance in higher education -- 3.7 The occupational outcomes of graduates from private and public universities -- 3.7.1 Theoretical motivation -- 3.7.2 Occupational placement -- 3.7.3 Type and level of occupation -- 3.7.4 Job satisfaction -- 3.8 The impact of graduating from a private university on labor market returns -- 3.9 Conclusions -- Appendix: data description -- References -- 4 - From growth to decline? Demand-absorbing private higher education when demand is over

4.1 Introduction: European and global growth patterns in private higher education -- 4.2 The changing public-private dynamics -- 4.3 From the expanding privatized to the contracting publicly funded university -- 4.4 Higher education expansion and projections for the future: educational contraction and private higher education -- 4.5 Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Data Appendix -- 5 - Privately funded higher education providers in the UK: the changing dynamic of the higher education sector -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 The changing landscape of higher education in the United Kingdom

5.3 Context for development of privately funded (or alternative) providers -- 5.4 Mapping privately funded providers in the UK -- 5.5 Some specific features of privately funded providers and provision in the UK -- 5.6 Unbundling and varied public-private partnerships -- 5.7 Students and privately funded providers -- 5.8 Governance arrangements among privately funded providers -- 5.8.1 Strategic control -- 5.8.2 Board membership, size, and committees -- 5.8.3 Academic governance and staff/student involvement -- 5.8.4 Information disclosure and reporting -- 5.8.5 Governance codes

5.9 Impact of privately funded providers on the UK higher education sector?

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