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|Student loans in international perspective: promises and failures, myths and partial truths
|Funding higher education in Uganda: a case for the liberalisation of fees
|An inquiry into the process of allocating funds from government as the major stakeholder to institutions of higher learning: towards understanding issues of funding method in systems of higher education in Sub-Saharan Africa
|Perception about utilization of scientific information by policy makers in science and technology sector in Nigeria
||Nwagwu, Williams; Iheanaetu, Olamma
|Research and development-problems and management in higher education institutions in Ethiopia with particular reference to Addis Ababa University
|The brain drain phenomenon in Nigeria and struggles by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) to redress it
|Brain drain in the health sector in Africa: examples from the University College Hospital (UCH), Ibadan Nigeria
|Government philanthropy towards private universities in Uganda and its implications for access, equity and quality of higher education: the case of Bugema University.
|Mergers in South African higher education: theorising change in transitional contexts
|Higher education and the substantiation of democracy in South Africa
|Assessing four budget-balancing strategies in higher education
||Hauptman, Arthur M.
|Government, universities and the HSRC: a perspective on the past and present
||Chisholm, Linda; Morrow, Seán
|Determining the role of academics in teaching and improving of public administration in the 21st century
||Thani, X.C; Disoloane, V.P.P.