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International lessons for Africa’s higher education and economy

Pillay, Pundy

Abstract:
What possible lessons can policymakers draw from the higher education and economic development experience of Finland, South Korea, and North Carolina (US)? This article contends that African countries should focus on the following areas: economic and education planning; high-quality schooling; institutional differentiation; the role of the state; regional development; and cooperation and networks

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Document Title: International lessons for Africa’s higher education and economy
Journal: INTERNATIONAL HIGHER EDUCATION
Volume: 65
Issue: Fall
No. of Pages: 19-20


Document Type:Journal Article (Peer Reviewed)
Subject Area:Contributory Studies and Research Approaches
Country:International
Keywords:Economic Factors, Economic Issues, Educational Planning, Educational Outcomes, Higher Education and Development, Higher Education and the State, Cooperation, Networking


File Size:84 KB
Date Added:29 September 2011


International lessons for Africa’s higher education and economy