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Centralization and decentralization: educational reforms and changing governance in Chinese societies

Author: Mok, Ka-Ho Series: CERC studies in comparative education ; 13 Publisher: Hong Kong University, 2003. ; Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2003.Language: EnglishDescription: 230 p. : Graphs ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9628093584Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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Centralization and Decentralization: Educational Reforms and Changing Governance in Chinese Societies Contents List of Abbreviations and Acronyms List of Tables List of Figures Series Editor's Foreword Introduction 1. Centralization and Decentralization: Changing Governance in Education Mok Ka Ho Education Reforms and Changing Education Systems 2. The Politics of Decentralization: A Case Study of School Reform in Hong Kong Leung Yin Hung, Joan 3. Centralization and Decentralization in Educational Governance in Taiwan WENG Fwu Yuan 4. The Social Origins and Development of Macau's Decentralized Education System Tang Kwok Chun 5. Towards Centralization and Decentralization in Educational Development in China: The Case of Shanghai Ngok King Lun and Chan N Kin Keung, David 6. Women's Education in China's New Socialist Market Economy Julia Kwong Changing Governance in Higher Education 7. Centralized Decentralization of Higher Education in Singapore Michael H. Lee and Saravanan Gopinathan 8. Centralization and Decentralization in Higher Education: A Comparative Study of Hong Kong and Taiwan Lo Ho Chun and Tai Hsiou Hsia vii ix x xi 1 3 19 21 39 59 81 99 115 117 137 9. Universities for Knowledge Economies: Hong Kong and the Chinese Mainland within Globalization and Decentralization Gerard Postiglione 10. Progress and Paradoxes: New Developments in China's Higher Education Yang Rui Conclusion 11. Beyond Decentralization: Changing Roles of the State in Education Mok Ka Ho Notes on the Authors Index 157 173 201 203 219 223

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