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This book makes both empirical and conceptual contributions to the debate on the privatization of Higher Education (HE) in China. Empirically, it aims to fill a gap in our knowledge of the privatization of HE in North China. To this end, I chose Beijing as a case for analysis and visited nine institutes of HE. The case study strategy is also complemented by an extensive re This book makes both empirical and conceptual contributions to the debate on the privatization of Higher Education (HE) in China. Empirically, it aims to fill a gap in our knowledge of the privatization of HE in North China. To this end, I chose Beijing as a case for analysis and visited nine institutes of HE. The case study strategy is also complemented by an extensive review of national policies to reveal problems beyond the specific case of Beijing and of national concern. The effects of the cultural and socio-economic background and the unique state-party controlling system on HE management will be stressed. Conceptually, most existing studies on the privatization of HE in China adopt a policy analysis approach, while research on the privatization of other public sectors or in other countries is frequently guided by economic theories. This book thus tries to combine both social policy and econometric approaches to provide a systematic and detailed investigation of the privatization process in the context of HE. It also examines the extent to which western theories are applicable in the Chinese context.


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This book makes both empirical and conceptual contributions to the debate on the privatization of Higher Education (HE) in China. Empirically, it aims to fill a gap in our knowledge of the privatization of HE in North China. To this end, I chose Beijing as a case for analysis and visited nine institutes of HE. The case study strategy is also complemented by an extensive re This book makes both empirical and conceptual contributions to the debate on the privatization of Higher Education (HE) in China. Empirically, it aims to fill a gap in our knowledge of the privatization of HE in North China. To this end, I chose Beijing as a case for analysis and visited nine institutes of HE. The case study strategy is also complemented by an extensive review of national policies to reveal problems beyond the specific case of Beijing and of national concern. The effects of the cultural and socio-economic background and the unique state-party controlling system on HE management will be stressed. Conceptually, most existing studies on the privatization of HE in China adopt a policy analysis approach, while research on the privatization of other public sectors or in other countries is frequently guided by economic theories. This book thus tries to combine both social policy and econometric approaches to provide a systematic and detailed investigation of the privatization process in the context of HE. It also examines the extent to which western theories are applicable in the Chinese context.

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