Redefining Asia Pacific Higher Education in Contexts of Globalization: Private Markets and the Public Good

by Christopher S. Collins and Deane E. Neubauer (eds.)

International & Development Education

Publisher: New York: Palgrave Macmillan US
Publication Date: 2015
ISBN: 978-1-137-55919-7
Binding: hardcover
Pages: xvi, 149


This edited volume addresses the dynamic global contexts redefining Asia Pacific higher education, including cross-border education, capacity and national birthrate profiles, pressures created within ranking/status systems, and complex shifts in the meanings of the public good that influence public education in an increasingly privatized world.

About the Authors
Deane E. Neubauer is Emeritus Professor of Political Science at the University of Hawaii, Manoa, USA and Senior Advisor to the International Forum for Education program at the East-West Center, Honolulu, USA.

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Table of Contents

Introduction: Redefining Asia Pacific Higher Education in Dynamic Global Contexts
Deane E. Neubauer, et al.
The Perception of Hgher Education as a Public Good: The Case of Hong Kong
Siu-yau Lee
Higher Education and the Public Good: Creating Inclusive and Diverse National Universities in Indonesia in the Era of Globalization
Chiara Logli
Redefining Internationalization: Reverse Student Mobility in South Korea
Stephanie K. Kim
Emerging Practices in University-Community Engagement in Malaysia
Munir Shuib, et al.
Seeking a Redefinition of Higher Educaiton by Exploring the Changing Dynamics of Higher Eduation Expansion and Corresponding Policies in Taiwan
Cheng-Cheng Yang
International Intersections with Learning Theory: The Role of Feedback in the Learning-Loop
Frederique Bouilheres
Changing Dynamics of Asia Pacific Higher Education Globalization, Higher Education Massification, and the Direction of STEM Fields for East Asian Education and Individuals
Aki Yamada
Integrating Research into Teaching in the APEX University in Malaysia
Ahmad Nurulazam Md Zain, et al.
Christopher S. Collins, et al.