Recent Staff Publications

Giorgio Marinoni and Hans de Wit.  Tackling risk of growing inequality between universities. University World News, 08 June 2020, issue 601.

Hans de Wit. (2020). Business model of internationalization is falling apart. University World News, 23 May 2020, issue 599.

Philip Altbach and Hans de Wit. (2020). Are we at a transformative moment for online learning? University World News, 02 May 2020, issue 596.

Elena Denisova-Schmidt, Hans de Wit and Xiaofeng Wan. (2020).  Ethical Concerns on the Use of Agents in International Student Recruitment. In Elena Denisova (Editor), Corruption in Higher Education, Global Challenges and Responses. Global Perspectives on Higher Education, Volume: 46, Brill/Sense, Rotterdam.

Lisa Unangst, Hakan Ergin, Tessa DeLaquil, Araz Khajarian and Hans de Wit. (2020). Refugees and Higher Education: Transnational Perspectives on Access, Equity, and Higher Education. Rotterdam, Brill/Sense Publishers.

Philip G. Altbach, Hans de Wit and Rebecca Schendel. Series Preface

Hans de Wit, Tessa DeLaquil, Hakan Ergin, Araz Khajarian and Lisa Unangst. Refugees and Higher Education: Trans-national Perspectives on Access, Equity, and Internationalization.

Adriana Pérez Encinas, Jesús Rodríguez Pomeda and Hans de Wit. (2020). Factors influencing student mobility: a comparative European study. Studies in Higher Education.

Lisa Unangst and Hans de Wit. (2020). Non-profit organizations, collaborations, and refugee student support in Canada and the United States: a comparative case study. Higher Education Policy, 33 (2), 223-242. DOI 10.1057/s41307-020-00182-1.

Giorgio Marinoni, Madeleine Green, Eva Egon-Polak and Hans de Wit. (2020, Forthcoming). Global Trends in Internationalisation: The 5th Global Survey of the International Association of Universities. In Internationalisation of Higher Education – Policy and Practice, (2).  

Hans de Wit, & Philip G. Altbach (2020). The Impact of COVID-19 on the Internationalisation of Higher Education, Revolutionary or not? Internationalisation of Higher Education – Policy and Practice, (2), 5–18.