"Glocalizing" Chinese Higher Education: Groping for Stones to Cross the River

Ross, Heidi; Lou, Jingjing
January 2005
Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies;Winter2005, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p227
Academic Journal
Focuses on the globalization and localization of higher education in China. Background on interrelated trends in Chinese higher education, as of January 2005; Number of students studying in post-secondary schools in China in 2004; Role of the Chinese state in the decentralization of higher education.


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