An International Exploration of Decline

Daniel Levy

Abstract


The decline of private higher education constitutes an untold reality: growth is not a uniform, omnipresent, or inevitable course. Reasons for private higher education decline fall into two broad categories(1) social factors (the lapse of distinct social identity and the demographic shift) and (2) political or public-sector policies (hostile government, regulation, public higher education expansion, and privatization within the public sector).

Keywords


Private Higher Education and Privatization; Public Higher Education;

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.6017/ihe.2010.61.8515

 

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