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Freund, William – Trusteeship, 2009
In this article, the author offers his reflections on the American economy and its "slow, gradual, and tedious" recovery. What the American people are experiencing now is not one of the ordinary recessions that have been experienced since World War II. What they have seen is a bursting of a bubble in the credit markets and in financial…
Descriptors: Productivity, Global Approach, Economic Impact, Trustees
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Erickson, Lanae – Education Next, 2020
Completing a college degree, or failing to, is a major factor in determining whether a person will have an economically stable future. While it might have been possible a few decades ago to graduate from high school, enter the job market, and find a career that enabled one to earn a solid middle-class life, that path to success has been almost…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Educational Finance, Financial Support, Federal Aid
Bahlmann, David; Walda, John D.; Sedlacek, Verne O. – Trusteeship, 2012
A new study of endowments by the National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO) and the Commonfund Institute has brought good news to college and universities: While endowment returns dropped precipitously in fiscal year 2009 as a result of the financial crisis and accompanying slide in equity markets, they climbed to an…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Endowment Funds, Annual Reports, Educational Finance
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Caspar, Sigried; Hartwig, Ines; Moench, Barbara – Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 2012
The midterm impact of the economic crisis on the employment situation in the EU member states varied largely (European Commission, 2010a, Chapter 1). Whereas the Baltic States, Ireland, and above all Spain registered job losses of more than 10 percent from immediately before to after the crisis, that is, between the second quarter of 2008 and the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Economic Climate, Labor Market, Public Policy
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Haveman, Robert; Heinrich, Carolyn; Smeeding, Timothy – Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 2012
In this paper, the authors first discuss the Neumark and Troske piece, and then compare the U.S. context to that in Europe and Korea, as described by the Caspar, Hartwig, and Moench and the Cho and Shin contributions. Although they are in basic agreement with Neumark and Troske on the extent and depth of the current employment situation, they…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Public Policy, Labor Market, Employment
Beadie, Nancy – Cambridge University Press, 2010
This book argues that schools were a driving force in the formation of social, political, and financial capital during the market revolution and capitalist transition of the early republican era. Grounded in an intensive study of schooling in the Genesee Valley region of upstate New York, it traces early sources of funding and support for…
Descriptors: Investment, Discipline, Trust (Psychology), Economic Change
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Heyneman, Stephen P. – European Education, 2010
At the time of their independence, the structure of higher education, curriculum content, governance, and admissions procedures were more or less identical across the fifteen republics of the former Soviet Union. Since independence there have been multiple changes, but often these have been quite similar in nature. There has been a move toward…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Free Enterprise System, Standardized Tests, Global Approach
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Dawley, Kathleen; Epstein, Jonathan P. – College and University, 2009
Shifting economic winds over the past year brought an end to a powerful, healthy wave that many higher education institutions rode successfully in recent years. While the work of college and university enrollment leaders and organizational executive teams is never easy, the recent student demographic spike, the abundance of online admission…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Private Colleges, Enrollment, Colleges
Facione, Peter A. – Chronicle of Higher Education, 2009
Times are very tough. The great majority of colleges are looking at 2009 and 2010 and beyond, in anticipation of the deepest budget cuts in more than a generation. But as bad as the financial situation may be, colleges can survive if they take swift and strong emergency action. It is time for some straight talk, starting with the realization that…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Competition, Educational Finance, Adjustment (to Environment)
Skorton, David J. – Chronicle of Higher Education, 2008
The deepening financial crisis that is now affecting markets and people around the globe gives new context to what the nation is facing. Americans cannot think of business as usual in any sector of public or private life, including higher education. President-elect Barack Obama will have very little financial latitude and enormous immediate…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Partnerships in Education, Politics of Education, Relevance (Education)
Kirst, Michael – Chronicle of Higher Education, 2008
Most of the nation's eighth graders aspire to college. Unfortunately, the vast majority of them will not realize their ambition to complete their higher education and gain some advantage in the job market. In this article, the author contends that the connections between high schools and higher-education institutions are still not what they should…
Descriptors: High Schools, Labor Market, Grade 8, Accountability
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Ward, David – Higher Education Management and Policy, 2007
The impacts of market-related policies and revenues on higher education are not uniform but globalisation has opened most institutions to new pressures. The public funding models developed 50 years ago underestimated the full cost of mass higher education as an entitlement while the sheer scale of resources needed to sustain a comprehensive…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Research Universities, Access to Education, Public Policy
Immerman, Stephen D. – New England Journal of Higher Education, 2014
The cost and the value of higher education, the short- and long-term impact of student debt, the role of career preparation, and accountability for student outcomes are the subject of intense and increasing examination and debate. As challenging as these times may be, it is still imperative to maintain access, be cost effective, be contemporary in…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Access to Education, Educational Trends, College Readiness
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Soares, Louis; Eaton, Judith S.; Smith, Burck – EDUCAUSE Review, 2013
The Internet enables new models. In the commercial world, for example, we have eBay, Amazon.com, and Netflix. These new models operate with a different set of rules than do traditional models. New models are emerging in higher education as well--for example, competency-based programs. In addition, courses that are being provided from outside the…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Models, Educational Policy, State Policy
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Yokoyama, Keiko – Higher Education: The International Journal of Higher Education and Educational Planning, 2006
This paper scrutinises organisational change in Japanese and UK universities which are engaged in entrepreneurial activities. The study focuses on recent changes in governance, management, leadership, and funding in these universities. The paper argues there are convergent trends between Japanese and UK universities in terms of increasing…
Descriptors: Organizational Change, Foreign Countries, Universities, Entrepreneurship
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