The not-so-neoliberal university

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 26 Number 2 (2018)

The not-so-neoliberal university
James Freeman, pages -

Abstract

Higher education in Britain is often described as increasingly neoliberal, driven by market imperatives and audit culture. But the neoliberalisation has been only partial. A resurgence of technocratic, corporatist ideas can also be detected in how government relates to the sector.

 

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James Freeman (2018) The not-so-neoliberal university, Renewal, 26(2), -

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