The third edition of Volume 29 of Higher Education Policy (HEP) has just been released, and presents us with six mixed-themed articles, as well as a book review.
Interplays Between Welfare Regimes Typology and Academic Research Systems in OECD Countries – Olivier Bégin-Caouette, Tanja Askvik, and Bian Cui;
What Europe Wanted and What Flanders Achieved: Intentions vs Results after 15 Years of Bologna - Bruno Broucker and Kurt De Wit;
Do International Students Displace US Students in the Pursuit of Higher Degrees in Science and Engineering? A Forecasting Analysis - Antonio Sanfilippo, Chase Dowling, and Sofiane Abbar;
Global Partnership as a Strategy for Internationalisation: MBAs in Latin America and Asia and Oceania - Jeongeun Kim, Sergio Celis;
Twenty Years of Merit-Pay Programme in Argentinean Universities: Tracking Policy Change through Instrument Analysis - Nerina Fernanda Sarthou;
Shaping Perceptions of a Policy Instrument: The Political–Administrative Formation of Learning Outcomes in Higher Education in Norway and England - Svein Michelsen, Rachel Sweetman, Bjørn Stensaker, and Ivar Bleiklie.
Higher Education and the Palestinian Arab Minority in Israel by Khalid Arar and Kussai Haj-Yehia, reviewed by Izhar Oplatka.
More information and for abstracts, please visit the Journal's homepage.