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The marketisation of higher education

Mike Molesworth

The marketisation of higher education

the student as consumer

by Mike Molesworth

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Published by Routledge in Abingdon, Oxon, New York, NY .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Statementedited by Mike Molesworth, Elizabeth Nixon and Richard Scullion
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLB2342.82 .M373 2011
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24467866M
ISBN 100415584450, 0415584477
ISBN 109780415584456, 9780415584470
LC Control Number2010011637

Policies promoting marketisation of higher education and accompanying transnational reforms are part of neoliberal thinking, which aims to transform higher education in line with a corporate-like. The marketisation of higher education is a growing worldwide trend. Increasingly, market steering is replacing or supplementing government steering. Tuition fees are being introduced or increased, usually at the expense of state grants to institutions. Grants for student support are being replaced or supplemented by loans. Commercial rankings and league tables to guide student choice are.

  The abject failure of marketisation in higher education L e t t e r s Roger Brown, Chris Pratt and Trevor Curnow on the millions spent by universities on . Neo-liberalism and Marketisation: the implications for higher education KATHLEEN LYNCH University College Dublin, Republic of Ireland ABSTRACT This article is based on a keynote paper presented to the European Conference on Educational Research (ECER), University College Dublin, September The massification of.

  Until recently government policy in the UK has encouraged an expansion of Higher Education to increase participation and with an express aim of creating a more educated workforce. This expansion has led to competition between Higher Education institutions, with students increasingly positioned as consumers and institutions working to improve the extent to which they meet ‘consumer . Marketization or marketisation is a restructuring process that enables state enterprises to operate as market-oriented firms by changing the legal environment in which they operate.. This is achieved through reduction of state subsidies, organizational restructuring of management (corporatization), decentralization and in some cases partial privatization.


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The Marketisation of Higher Education and the Student as Consumer. DOI link for The Marketisation of Higher Education and the Student as Consumer. The Marketisation of Higher Education and the Student as Consumer bookCited by: The marketisation of higher education is a growing worldwide trend.

Increasingly, market steering is replacing or supplementing government steering. Tuition fees are being introduced or increased, usually at the expense of state grants to by:   From Accrington Stanley to academica. The use of league tables and student surveys to determine 'quality' in higher education.

In: M. Molesworth, R. Scullion and E. Nixon, ed., The marketisation of Higher Education and the student as consumer. Dimensions of Marketisation in Higher Education is a critical analysis of the various dimensions of marketisation in a global context, exploring governance, policy, financial, ethical and pedagogical aspects.

Bringing together a selection of influential authors who draw on the work of Roger Brown, the book is a timely examination of the impact that policies regulating cost, entry and practices Cited by: 6.

Book Description. Dimensions of Marketisation in Higher Education is a critical analysis of the various dimensions of marketisation in a global context, exploring governance, policy, financial, ethical and pedagogical aspects.

Bringing together a selection of influential authors who draw on the work of Roger Brown, the book is a timely examination of the impact that policies regulating cost.

Table of Contents. Introduction to the Marketisation of Higher Education and the Student as Consumer Frank Furedi Section I: Marketisation of Higher Education in Context March of the Market Roger Brown s, Government, Funding and the Marketisation of UK Higher Education Nick Foskett Marketised University: Defending the Indefensible Ronald Barnett 5.

The Marketisation of Higher Education and the Student as Consumer by Mike Molesworth. Until recently government policy in the UK has encouraged an expansion of Higher Education to increase participation and with an express aim of creating a more educated workforce.

“The result has been a change in the character and above all the ethos of universities,” Collini observes, a comment echoed by a recent report for the Higher Education Policy Institute, which concludes that the UK government’s “drive towards competition and marketisation” clearly “puts at risk the fundamental purpose of universities Author: Douglas Field.

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Article The marketisation of higher education: Issues and ironies | Author Roger Brown arketisation is defined as the attempt to put the provision of higher education on a market basis, where the demand and supply of student education, academic research and other university activities are balanced through the price mechanism.

the different perspectives on the marketisation of higher education. The proposed book takes a global perspective, with no single geographic focus. Similarly, it adopts a holistic approach, examining the marketisation of higher education along multiple dimensions, and subscribing to the notion that the marketisation of higher education both File Size: 96KB.

The marketisation of higher education. With staff at 65 universities on strike from today, Stefan Collini outlines how Labour can challenge the marketisation of education.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(3). The book employs a critical policy discourse analysis and addresses several key aspects of the current higher education policy landscape.

It considers the extent to which there been a continuity of policy from the encouragement of efficiencies and accountability in the s to the emphasis on competition and risk in ; whether the marketisation process is designedly cumulative or has Author: Colin McCaig. Without marketization of education, Friedman argues that government institutions can interfere with the process of free flow of information (Friedman, ; Bates, ).

Lauder (), argues against this system of education and maintains that marketization of education is a replacement of instructive thoughts to economic thoughts. The marketisation of English higher education. A policy analysis of a risk‐based system (great debates in higher education), McCaig, Colin Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, UK, pp.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(2). The Marketing of Education has become epidemic. Business practices and principles now commonly suffuse the approach and administration of Higher Education in an attempt to make schools both more competitive and “branded.” This seems to be progressing without reference to the significant ethical challenges as well as the growing costs to society, students, and educators in pursuing a Cited by:   KATHLEEN LYNCH is the Professor of Equality Studies in the School of Social Justice at UCD, the National University of Ireland, Dublin, where she also holds a Senior Lectureship in Education.

Her most recent book, Equality: from theory to action, is jointly authored with her colleagues John Baker, Sara Cantillon and Judy Walsh (London: Palgrave Macmillan, ).Cited by:. BOOK REVIEW The marketisation of English higher education.

A policy analysis of a risk-based system (great debates in higher education) Colin McCaig Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, UK, pp. ISBN£ (paperback) This book proposes an interpretation of the reforms undertaken in the English higher education system from.

UK university strike confronts wholesale marketisation of higher education By Thomas Scripps 6 March The national strike of university workers poses Author: Thomas Scripps. The UK government’s higher education bill is mounting a “drive towards competition and marketisation” that “puts at risk the fundamental purpose of universities to serve the public interest”, according to a new report.