Introduction
 
Context
 
The Research
 
Policy Implications
 
Conclusion
 
Endnotes
 
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Higher Education Governance

Balancing Institutional and Market Influences

 

By

Richard C. Richardson, Jr

Kathy Reeves Bracco

Patrick M. Callan

Joni E. Finney

 

November 1998

 

The National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education


CONTENTS
     
INTRODUCTION
 
I. THE CONTEXT: A CHANGING PUBLIC POLICY ENVIRONMENT
 
II. THE RESEARCH: A NEW ANALYTIC MODEL OF STATE HIGHER EDUCATION GOVERNANCE STRUCTURES
    The Seven-State Comparative Study
    Traditional Examinations of Governance Structures
    A New Conceptual Framework
 
III. POLICY IMPLICATIONS
    State Expectations: Assessing Performance
    Next Steps: Connecting Problems with Solutions
    Balancing Institutional and Market Influences
     
IV. CONCLUSION: PUBLIC POLICY AND PUBLIC POLICY LEADERSHIP IN BALANCING THE FORCES OF CONTINUITY AND CHANGE
    The Importance of Public Policy
    The Importance of State Policy Leadership
     
ENDNOTES
 
ABOUT THE NATIONAL CENTER FOR PUBLIC POLICY AND HIGHER EDUCATION

 

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