Making higher education policy: a case study in governments at their best and worst - 19 March 2019
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British universities tend to believe that autonomy is central to their history and key to their success. But while tensions between universities and central government are central to the history of universities, governments have always, all over the world, been deeply involved in their creation and development. In this lecture, Professor Wolf will discuss this chequered history and what it teaches us about how to make policy – and how not to.
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19 March 2019