Higher Education Policy
This international, peer-reviewed journal focuses on issues of significance in higher education policy. The journal, Higher Education Policy, publishes original analyses, whether theoretical, empirical or practice-based. The range of coverage extends from case studies of developments in individual institutions, to broad examination of policy-making at the system, national and regional levels.
The journal addresses wide-scale issues in higher education, including analysis of educational policy harmonization; student engagement; funding of higher education; counseling and mental health issues in higher education; higher education development and economic growth and more. In addition, the journal offers articles that focus closely on such topics as: the audit culture and academic production; reputation management in university organizations; and parental notification policies and practices.
Higher Education Policy assembles special issues which devote coverage to a single subject. Recent specials have addressed: Measuring Up: Consequences of Global Competition and Metrics on Local Scholarship; Critical and Alternative Perspectives on Student Engagement; Higher Education Research in East Asia; and Early Career Researchers and Changing Working Conditions in Academia.
The journal reaches an international audience which includes researchers specializing in higher education, and policy-makers, administrators, managers and practitioners working in the higher education field.
Higher Education Policy is the quarterly journal of the International Association of Universities (IAU).
‘It’s Not Like Everything Changes Just With a Click on New Year’s Eve’: Perceptions on Educational Issues of University Mergers in Finland
Taking Stock of Initiatives to Improve Learning Quality in American Higher Education Through Assessment
Jillian Kinzie (June 2019)
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