Access, equity, and capacity in Asia-Pacific higher education

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Description "Access, equity and capacity are elements within the higher education environment that interact in complex ways to effect virtually all other aspects of such institutions. This volume examines various features of how these concepts are generated, transformed throughout policy environments, and deployed across the complex differences of higher education in ten countries in the Asia-Pacific Region. The book's contributors assert that at virtually every turn issues of quality are deeply implicated with how these three dimensions occur within these diverse institutional environments"-- Provided by publisher.
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Educational equalization
Higher Education
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Table Of Contents Machine generated contents note: 1.Introduction
Access, Equity, and Capacity / Yoshiro Tanaka
2.Access, Equity, Capacity
Initiating Some Distinctions / Deane Neubauer
3.Variations on Equity and Access in Higher Education in Asia / John N Hawkins
4.A Defining and Measuring Capacity in Asia-Pacific Higher Education / Deane Neubauer
5.A New World Order? The Emergence of "Structured Opportunity Markets" in Higher Education / John Aubrey Douglass
6.Equity and Access in a Constantly Expanding Indonesian Higher Education System / Irwan Abdullah
7.Quality as Key in Vietnam's Passage to Educational Integration / Bui Phuong Lan
8.The Dilemma of Higher Education Policy Choices in Japan / Yoshiro Tanaka
9.Aligning Capacity with Needs in the Process of Massification of Higher Education in China: Northeast Normal University as a Case / Yang Zhong
10.Access, Equity, and Capacity: Concepts and Practices versus National Development and Demographic Shifts in Malaysian Higher Education / Balakrishna Vassu
11.Social Justice, Equal Access, and Stratification of Higher Education in Taiwan / (Kent) Sheng Yao Cheng
12.Access, Equity, and Capacity: Managing Trade-offs in the Philippines / Edilberto De Jesus
13.The Effect of Cross-Border Provision on Higher Education Access, Equity, and Capacity in the Asia-Pacific Region / Christopher Ziguras
14.Tensions between Autonomy and Accountability: Access, Equity, and Capacity in Korean Higher Education / Minho Yeom
15.Two Decades of Rapid Higher Education Change: Losses and Gains in Equity, Capacity, and Access in Asia-Pacific Higher Education / Yoshiro Tanaka.
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Access, equity, and capacity in Asia-Pacific higher education
Authors Deane E. Neubauer
Yoshiro Tanaka
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Description Access, equity and capacity are elements within the higher education environment that interact in complex ways to affect virtually all other aspects of such institutions. This volume examines various features of how these concepts are generated, transformed throughout policy environments, and deployed across the complex differences of higher education in ten countries in the Asia-Pacific Region.
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Title Access, Equity, and Capacity in Asia-Pacific Higher Education
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