Δευτέρα, 29 Νοεμβρίου 2010

Journal of Education Policy

Journal of Education Policy

Vol. 25, n°6, novembre 2010

25th Anniversary Issue: Education, Capitalism and the Global Crisis



* After the crash, Andrew Gamble
* Summoning spectres: crises and their construction, John Clarke, Janet Newman
* Is greed still good? Was it ever? Exploring the emoscapes of the global financial crisis, Jane Kenway, Johannah Fahey
* The global economic crisis, poverty and education: a perspective from India, Geetha Nambissan
* Governments and education reform: some lessons from the last 50 years, Ben Levin
* Accountability for public expenditure under Building Schools for the Future, Jean Shaoul, Anne Stafford, Pamela Stapleton
* After the fall: educational contracting in the USA and the global financial crisis, Patricia Burch
* Times of educational change: towards an understanding of patterns of historical and cultural refraction, Ivor Goodson
* The global economic crisis and educational development: responses and coping strategies in Asia, Ka Ho Mok
* Rhetorics of regulation in education after the global economic crisis, David Hartley
* Crisis, what crisis?, Ken Jones
* Planning for educational change: putting people and their contexts first, Karin Oerlemans
* Governing universities globally: organizations, regulations and rankings, Tavis Jules
* Race, whiteness and education, John Preston
* Hidden markets: the new education privatization, Adam Davidson-Harden


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