Brain Drain or Brain Exchange?
Brain Drain or Brain Exchange: Developing Country Implications
- Philip G. Altbach
Research Collaboration and Global Migration
- Gali Halevi and Henk F. Moed
Internationalization: Trends and Critiques
The False Halo of Internationalization
- Jenny J. Lee
The Dragon’s Deal: Sino-African Cooperation in Higher Education
- Milton O. Obamba
Deceptive Foreign Credential Evaluation Services
- George D. Gollin
Financial Aspects of Offshore Activities
- John Fielden
Rankings and Their Implications
Are Global Rankings Unfair to Latin American Universities?
- Andrés Bernasconi
Implications of Excellence in Research and Teaching
- Johannes Wespel, Dominic Orr, and Michael Jaeger
Getting Value for Money in Higher Education
- Philip G. Altbach and Pawan Agarwal
Does India Have an International Strategy?
- P. J. Lavakare
England’s Present and Future
English Education in Distress?
- Heather Eggins
What Will English Higher Education Look Like in 2025?
- Jeroen Huisman, Harry de Boer, and Paulo Charles Pimental Bótas
Regions and Countries
American Engineering Doctoral Enrollments
- Richard A. Skinner
The Quarterly Publication of the CIHE
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"At the Forefront of International Higher Education"--A symposium to honor the career of Philip G. Altbach. April 5th, 2013 (Program_PDF) (Photos)
Articles on the symposium
- LSOE E-colloquia
- Boston College Chronicle
- University World News
- Times Higher Education
- Global Opportunities Group
AERA Roundup: Philip G. Altbach was selected as American Educational Research Association (AERA) Fellows
BOOKS AND ARTICLES
NEW! The global brain race – Robbing developing countries (An article on University World News, Apr. 20, 2013)
"Institutional Transformation towards World Class Universities in India" in Delhi, November 2012. Watch
“Book Launch: The Road to Academic Excellence: The Making of World-Class Research Universities," in Washington DC, October 2011. Watch
"Global Education Insights: An Interview with Philip Altbach" in August 2011. Listen