International Education: Alternatives to the Market
Keywords: Access and Equity, Globalization and Internationalization, Students and Student Development, Massification,
AbstractThe widespread assumption that academic mobility and international education are "good things" may need to be tested periodicallyto ensure, first, that the lessons of mass higher education at home have been fully incorporated into concepts of international education; and second, that the lessons of globalization have been factored into policies for international education.
How to Cite
Scott, P. (2010). International Education: Alternatives to the Market. International Higher Education, (61). https://doi.org/10.6017/ihe.2010.61.8511