Higher Education Management

Institutional Management in Higher Education

1609-6924 (online)
1013-851X (print)
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Previously published as International Journal of Institutional Management in Higher Education, the journal Higher Education Management is published three times each year and is edited by the OECD’s Programme on Institutional Management in Higher Education. It covers the field through articles and reports on such issues as quality assurance, human resources, funding, and internationalisation. It also is a source of information on activities and events organised by OECD’s IMHE Programme, and is also available in French.
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This issue of Higher Education Management includes article on the "new" competition, lifelong learning, the virtual university, Hungarian higher education, college rectors, a university in transition, and new leaders at the top.

Table of Contents

-The "New" Competition: Serving the Learning Society in an Electronic Age by Elaine El-Khawas
-Higher Education Institutions and the Market for Lifelong Learning in Norway by Ellen Brandt
-Opening New Horizons for Lifelong Learning at the Tertiary Level: the Introduction of the Educational Credit Bank System by Moo-Sub Kang
-The Virtual University and Educational Opportunity: Panacea or False Hope? by Lawrence E. Gladieux and Watson Scott Swail
-Co-operation in Hungarian Higher Education in the View of a Worldbank Programme by Miklós Györffi
-The Roles of University and College Rectors by Lars Engwall, Charlotta Levay and Rufus Lidman
-A Case Study of a University in Transition in New Zealand by V. Suchitra Mouly and V. Nilakant
-New Leaders at the Top? The Educational and Career Paths of UK University Vice-chancellors (1960-1996) by David Smith, Catherine Bargh, Jean Bocock and Peter Scott
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