The Closing of China? Possible Implications for Universities Worldwide

Philip Altbach, Hans de Wit

Abstract


Experts have noted that president Xi has amassed the most power since Mao
Zedong, and seeks long-term authority to carry out his policies. This article examines the possible impacts on higher education -- especially the internationalization of higher education -- in China and beyond.


Keywords


China; internationalization of higher education; academic freedom

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.6017/ihe.0.93.10421

 

 

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