Do Rankings Drive Better Performance?

  • Simon Marginson
Keywords: Higher Education Rankings, limitations of rankings, higher education rankings and productivity

Abstract

Global higher education rankings mainly measure research. Rankings have become overly important in determining policy. It is not clear if they contribute to academic productivity.

Author Biography

Simon Marginson

Simon Marginson is professor of international higher education, Institute
of Education, University College London, and director, ESRC/
HEFCE Centre for Global Higher Education.

Published
2017-04-15
How to Cite
Marginson, S. (2017). Do Rankings Drive Better Performance?. International Higher Education, (89), 6-8. https://doi.org/10.6017/ihe.2017.89.9833
Section
Rankings