Title

Global aspirations and strategizing for world-class status : new modes of higher-education governance and the emergence of regulatory regionalism in East Asia

Document Type

Book chapter

Source Publication

The global university: past, present, and future perspectives

Publication Date

1-1-2012

First Page

25

Last Page

53

Publisher

Palgrave Macmillan

Abstract

This chapter examines policies and strategies employed by Mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, South Korea, Singapore, and Malaysia to benchmark their universities with highly ranked (so-called world-class) universities. Specifically, this chapter reviews the strategies that selected Asian governments have adopted to make themselves into regional “hubs” of higher education, particularly the means they adopt to promote transnational higher-education governance.

Publisher Statement

Copyright © Adam R. Nelson and Ian P. Wei, 2012.

Additional Information

ISBN of the source publication: 9780230392458

Language

English

Recommended Citation

Mok, K. H. (2012). Global aspirations and strategizing for world-class status: New modes of higher-education governance and the emergence of regulatory regionalism in East Asia. In A. R. Nelson, I. P. Wei (Eds.), The global university: past, present, and future perspectives (pp. 25-53). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

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