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Higher Education Management and Policy, Volume 23 Issue 3: Journal of the Programme on Institutional Management in Higher Education
The Journal of OECD's Programme on Institutional Management in Higher Education. This issue includes articles on budget-balancing strategies in higher education, the democratisation of access success in higher education, university systems, and public vs. private universities' fields of study.
This issue of Higher Education Management and Policy includes articles on Critical masses for academic research groups, Student-faculty ratios, Bachelor degree graduates’ learning outcomes, The impacts of the Bologna Process on academic staff in Ukraine, Aligning strategies for research in New Zealand and Comparing higher education reforms in Finland and Portugal.
In a rapidly-developing global policy environment the objective of the OECD Programme on Institutional Management in Higher Education (IMHE) is to provide strategic analysis and recommendations on higher education institutional development and governance to its members.
IMHE is a membership forum under the auspices of the OECD serving policy-makers in national and regional authorities, managers of higher education institutions, and researchers. IMHE now has some 240 members, including higher education institutions, groups of institutions, national agencies and Government departments, from close to 50 different countries.
Some of the issues currently being addressed are:
Membership is institutional and has to be approved by the Governing Board. Within the framework of OECD's mission and objectives, members collectively determine the activities and programme of IMHE through their representatives on the Governing Board which meets twice yearly.
The normal institutional membership fee for 2010 is 3400 Euros.
There is a lower introductory rate of 2100 Euros for the first two years for new institutional members only. This special rate is for individual higher education institutions only and does not apply to collective bodies, ministries or groups of universities.
Find more details on http://www.oecd.org/edu/higher.
Readers can access the full version of Higher Education Management and Policy, Volume 23 Issue 2: Journal of the Programme on Institutional Management in Higher Education