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Overview

Education policy-making has become a 'hot topic' in many industrialized countries today. Through initiatives by international organizations, such as the OECD's PISA study or the consequences of the GATS negotiations for the marketization in education, this policy field has moved up the political agenda. Few studies, however, have actually tackled these changes in a comprehensive way. This volume provides the most detailed overview of current phenomena in education policy-making and fills a major gap in the academic literature.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780230007031
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
  • Publication date: 10/1/2007
  • Series: Transformations of the State Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 256
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.75 (d)

Meet the Author

KERSTIN MARTENS is Senior Researcher in Political Science, ALESSANDRA RUSCONI is Senior Researcher in Sociology, and KATHRIN LEUZE is Research Associate in Sociology, all at the University of Bremen, Germany.

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Table of Contents

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• List of figures
• New Arenas of Educatoin Governance: The Impact of International Organizations and Markets of Education Policy-Making—K.Leuze, K.Martens & A.Rusconi
• PART ONE: INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
• Educational Multilateralism: Origins and Indications for Global Governance—K.Mundy
• How To Become an Influential Actor: The 'Comparative Turban' in OECD Education Policy—K.Martens
• From the European Commission to the Member States and Back: A Comparison of the Bologna and the Copenhagen Process—C.Balzer & A.Rusconi
• Towards an International Regime for the Recognition of Higher Education Qualifications: The Empowered Role of UNESCO in Today's Knowledge Economy—E.Hartmann
• Converging Agendas in Education Policy: Lifelong Learning in the World Bank and the International Labor Organization—A.Jacobi
• PART TWO: MARKETIZATION
• GATS: Commodifying Education via Trade Treaties—C.Scherrer
• Crossbhorder Education: Changes and Challenges in Program and Providor Mobility;J.Knight
• Internationalization of Markets for Education? New Actors Within Nations and Increasing Flows Between Nations—R.Sackmann
• Characteristics of Growth in the Education Industry: Illustrations from US Education Businesses—G.C.Hentschke
• Implications of Marketization for the Perception of Education as Public or Private Good—B.Kohlrausch & K.Leuze
• New Arenas of Global Governance and International Organizations: Reflections and Directions—R.Dale & S.Robertson
• International Organizations, Markets and the Nation State in Education Governance—A.Weymann, K.Martens, A.Rusconi & K.Leuze

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