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Higher education in federal countries a comparative study - New Delhi SAGE Publication 2018 - ix, 478p.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction : higher education in federal countries / Simon Marginson and Martin Carnoy -- The United States of America : changes and challenges in a highly decentralized system / Anthony Lising Antonio, Martin Carnoy and C. Rose Nelson -- Canada : provincial responsibility, federal influence, and the challenge of coordination / Glen A. Jones and Christian Noumi -- Australia : benefits and limits of the centralized approach / Simon Marginson -- Germany : continuous inter-governmental negotiations / Ulrich Teichler -- Brazil : problematics of the tri-partite federal framework / Robert Evan Verhine and Lys M.V. Dantas -- India : the unfulfilled need for cooperative federalism / Jandhyala B.G. Tilak -- Mexico : dilemmas of federalism in a highly politicized and semi-decentralized system / Imanol Ordorika, Roberto Rodríguez-Gómez and Marion Lloyd -- The Russian Federation : pragmatic centralism in a large and heterogeneous country / Isak Froumin and Oleg Leshukov -- China : the "commanding heights" strategy revisited / Rong Wang and Po Yang.



Higher education and state--Case studies
Federal government--Case studies
Central-local government relations--Case studies

LC171 / .H547 2018

378 / HI-

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