Mobility and Migration in Asian Pacific Higher Education
Deane E. Neubauer and Kazuo Kuroda (eds.)
International & Development Education
New York: Palgrave Macmillan
Available From: Palgrave Macmillan
Publication Date: 2012
Contemporary globalization is being structured by a continuously expanding network of circuits of exchange that increasingly define the nature of the manufacturing, services, and information sectors of society. Higher education is no exception. Through case studies sited in eight Asian countries, Europe, and the United States, this volume explores the range and consequences of increased mobility within Asia-Pacific higher education and the patterns of migration emerging for persons, ideas, institutions, and practices.
Introduction: Giving Dimension and Direction to Mobility and Migration in Asian Pacific Higher Education
Part 1 National and Regional Transformations on Mobility and Migration in Asian Pacific Higher Education
Mobility, Markets, and Equity in Higher Education: Match or Mismatch?
Learning the Hard Way: Lessons from Australia's Decade of Innovation in Student Migration Policy
"Shared Space" in Global Higher Education: A Southeast Asian Perspective
International Mobility of Faculty and Its Impacts on Korean Higher Education
The Changing Structure of Japanese Higher Education: Globalization, Mobility, and Massification
Part 2 Institutional Responses to Mobility and Migration in Asian Pacific Higher Education
The Rhetoric and Reality of Mobility and Migration in Higher Education: The Case of the University of California, Los Angeles
Internationalization Strategies and Academic Mobility in Europe: Sciences Po and the London School of Economics
International Student Mobility for East Asian Integration
Constructing a "Global University Centered in Asia": Globalizing Strategies and Experiences at the National University of Singapore
Contributions of Foreign Experts to Chinese Academic Development: A Case Study of Peking University
International Accreditation and Its Impact on Student Mobility in Taiwan Universities--A Case Study of School of Management of Fu Jen Catholic University
Part 3 Conclusion
Conclusion: Ways Forward for Migration and Mobility in Asia-Pacific Higher Education
"This book captures the newest developments, trends, issues, and challenges for mobility and migration in Asian Pacific higher education. Written by individuals with long involvement in teaching and research in the area, it provides answers to nagging questions and deep and broad insights into the direction of higher education in the Asia Pacific Region. Another classic reference for students and researchers, the book offers up-to-date information about student mobility and migration in the Asia Pacific Region. It is a must-read for administrators, faculty, and researchers."
-Serafin L. Ngohayon, President, Ifugao State University, Philippines; President, the Accrediting Agency for Chartered Colleges and Universities in the Philippines
"The editors have assembled a superb and significant compilation of chapters on one of the most critical topics in higher education: mobility and migration. The contributors offer an enlightened and provocative range of views and analyses that is sure to initiate much discussion in the higher education community. Covering both theoretical and case study analysis, the chapters bring into focus how this issue is played out in settings as diverse as Japan, China, Taiwan, Singapore and the United States, Australia, Korea, and regional settings such as Southeast Asia and Europe. This volume makes a significant contribution to the literature o mobility and migration and is another example of the excellent work being done by the IFE 2020 group at the East-West Center."
-President Toyoshi Satow, J.F. Oberlin University, Tokyo Japan