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Education
Author: Michael Peters,Peter Roberts
ISBN: 9087906293
Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
Pages 156 pages
Publisher Sense Publishers (November 17, 2008)
Language English
Category: Education
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eBook Neoliberalism, Higher Education and Research (Educational Futures: Rethinking Theory and Practice) download

by Michael Peters,Peter Roberts


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This book collects studies with a 'critical education policy orientation', and presents itself as a handbook of matters of public concern. Series: Educational Futures: Rethinking Theory and Practice (Book 32). The term 'critical' does not refer to the adoption of a particular theoretical framework or methodology.

A key government goal has been to advance New Zealand as a 'knowledge society and economy', and education at the tertiary level has been seen as crucial in achieving this.

The authors pay particular attention to policy changes in New Zealand following the formation of a Labour-Alliance coalition government in 1999. A key government goal has been to advance New Zealand as a 'knowledge society and economy', and education at the tertiary level has been seen as crucial in achieving this. He worked for 13 years at the University of Auckland (1995-2008) and seven years at the University of Waikato (1988-1994).

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The ascendancy of neoliberalism and the associated discourses of ‘new public management’, during the 1980s and 1990s has produced a fundamental shift in the way universities and other institutions of higher education have defined and justified their institutional existence.

Global Studies in Education. By (author) Michael A. Michael A. Peters is Professor of Education in the Department of Educational Policy Studies at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Adjunct Professor in the School of Art at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia.

Neoliberalism and Higher Education. By Stanley Fish These are exactly the principles and practices these critics find in the 21st century. Whereas in other theories, the achieving of a better life for all requires a measure of state intervention, in the polemics of neoliberalism (elaborated by Milton Friedman and Friedrich von Hayek and put into practice by Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher), state interventions - governmental policies of social engineering - are presented as the problem rather than the solution (Chris Harman, Theorising Neoliberalism, International Socialism Journal, December 2007).

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This book addresses key developments in higher education and research policy over the past decade. The authors pay particular attention to policy changes in New Zealand following the formation of a Labour-Alliance coalition government in 1999. From 1999 to 2008, a version of 'Third Way' politics has been applied in the New Zealand context. A key government goal has been to advance New Zealand as a 'knowledge society and economy', and education at the tertiary level has been seen as crucial in achieving this. Neoliberalism, Higher Education and Research considers the relationship between neoliberalism and the Third Way, discusses international trends in knowledge capitalism, examines performance-based research funding, critiques the rhetoric of 'quality' and 'relevance' in recent higher education policy, and assesses possibilities for critical citizenship and intellectual life in the 21st century. Much can be learned from the New Zealand experience in reflecting on policy developments in other countries, and this book will be of interest to all who ponder the future of knowledge and education in a globalised world.