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The Initial Objectives of Cher to form a Professional Organisation of Higher Education Researchers

  • Ulrich Teichler
Part of the Higher Education Research in the 21st Century Series book series (CHER)

Abstract

The initiative to found CHER was not just the intention of a few scholars knowing each other to form a club, but it was highly strategic. Actually, about 50 scholars from about 20 countries attended the conference “Research on Higher Education in Europe – Approaches, Results and Future Perspective” in November 1988.

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High Education Annual Conference Initial Objective High Education Research High Education Policy 
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