OECD Publications produced relating to the PISA 2000 cycle.
Summary of Russian Federation's participation in PISA
Summary of Liechtenstein's participation in PISA 2009
Summary of Croatia's participation in PISA
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This report is a contribution to the comparative international research of the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) and the OECD Program on Institutional Management in Higher Education (IMHE).The project of the HEFCE and IMHE Program is a contribution to the development of higher education policy and management in a number of countries by learning from each other’s experiences and by ensuring the effectiveness of
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It has to be realised that the worsening under-funding of higher education institutions jeopardises their capacity to keep and attract the best talent, and to strengthen the excellence of their research and teaching activities. Given that it is highly unlikely that additional public funding can alone make up the growing shortfall, other ways have to be found to increase and diversify the institutions’ income.
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The purpose of this paper is to describe and analyze the role of governments in the United States in ensuring the viability of higher education institutions and enhancing the effectiveness of institutional financial governance and management. The report is one of several national reports prepared for a project of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Institutional Management in Higher Education Program
Keeping Schools Safe in Earthquakes est le fruit d’une réunion d’experts sur la sûreté sismique des écoles qui a été organisée par le PEB et l’organisation américaine à but non lucratif GeoHazards International.
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The report describes the system of higher education in Ireland, identifies key aspects of higher education policy, institutional financial management practices, establishing a link between policy and practices in these institutions.
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Japan’s higher education system is unique compared to those in most of the other OECD countries in the sense that it comprises both public and private sectors. The public sector consists of the National Universities, which are established by the national government, and Local Public Universities, which are established by prefectures and other local governments. While the private institutions enroll by far the majority of students,