Two Models of Cross-Border Education

  • Amy Stambach
Keywords: Cross-Border Education, International, free market, intellectual property, public education

Abstract

A marketplace model of higher education maintains that universities compete for the best minds. A global commons model contends that knowledge must be publicly supported. Two programs at the University of Wisconsin-Madison illustrate how these models integrate.
Published
2012-03-25
How to Cite
Stambach, A. (2012). Two Models of Cross-Border Education. International Higher Education, (66). https://doi.org/10.6017/ihe.2012.66.8586
Section
Branch Campuses and Cross-Border Themes