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HEP 30/2, June 2017: The latest edition of HEP brings together seven papers looking at differng themes.


  • Success and Impact in Widening Participation Policy: What Works and How Do We Know? - Neil Harrison and Richard Walker, University of the West of England, UK;

  • Financing Universities Through Vouchers: Lessones from the Rupblic of Georgia - Adrian Zimmerman, Bar-Ilan University, Israel;

  • Space and Academic Identity Construction in Higher Education: An Open and Distance Learning Perspective - Nomanesi Madikizela-Madiya and Cheryl Sheila Le Roux, University of South Africa, South Africa;

  • “It Would be Great to See an Example…” Collaboration Between International NGOs and National Knowledge Institutes in Six African Countries - Gerard Prinsen, Massey University, New Zealand, and Ilse Hartog and Martijn Vink, Dutch Consortium for Rehabilitation, The Netherlands;

  • Same Governance Template but Different Agencies - Giliberto Capano, Scuola Normale Superiore, and Matteo Turri,University of Milan, both Italy;

  • Towards a Common Transnational Education Framework: Peculiarities in China Matter - Mingyan Hu, Griffith University, and Linda-Dianne Willis, University of Queensland, both Australia;

  • Mental Health Issues and Counseling Services in US Higher Education: An Overview of Recent Research and Recommended Practices - Perry C. Francis, Eastern Michigan University, and Aaron S. Horn, Midwestern Higher Education Compact, both USA;

If you are not a Member of IAU, and you wish to receive Higher Education Policy, you can subscribe on the website of the Journal’s publishers, Palgrave Macmillan.

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