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  • Coates, Hamish; Thakur, Marian (2013-06)
    “Research capacity has large influence on a nation's competitiveness and its economic strength. Institutions can make a significant difference in the research productivity of their faculty Indeed, research shows that ...
  • Zhakypova, Fatima (2013-06)
    “The development of international higher education in leading countries of the world is undergoing an influence of global tendencies. One of them is the massification of higher education”--
  • Dobson, Gretchen (2013-06)
    “Another global trend is the relationship between public funding and private support for higher education. Decreased public funding requires institutions to attract and retain new sources of private support in the form of ...
  • Boland, Tom (2013-06)
    “There is a broad consensus globally of the value of education to social and economic development. Higher education in particular plays a crucial role in creating culturally vibrant and democratic societies. Higher education ...
  • Heyneman, Stephen (2013-06)
    “Considerable attention has been paid to the characteristics of world class universities. Separately attention has been drawn to the problem of corruption in higher education, including its definition, the degree to which ...
  • Bridges, David (2013-06)
    “As a general observation, we should probably be alert to the different conditions and requirements that operate between e.g.'big science'(that might require heavy investment in equipment and facilities and large teams of ...
  • Hartley, Matthew (2013-06)
    “Research capacity has large influence on a nation's competitiveness and its economic strength. Institutions can make a significant difference in the research productivity of their faculty Indeed, research shows that ...
  • Orynbayev, YerboL (2013-06)
    “The strategic plans of Nazarbayev University have been approved for the years of 2013-2020, and this event has heralded a new stage in the University's development. The strategy defines the main long-term objectives and ...
  • Miller, Richard (2013-06)
    "This paper presents some practical lessons in leadership and governance learned during the establishment of Olin College of Engineering in Massachusetts. Olin College embraces academic freedom and shared governance, but ...
  • Canning, Mary (2013-06)
    "As higher education moves increasingly towards mass provision, the role of the State is changing. Increasingly, governments provide leadership in the creation of national goals and strategies as well as in the establishment ...
  • O'Hara, Martin (2013-06)
    This paper examines some of the current tensions experienced by KIMEP University during the last year, because they illustrate the extent to which urgent change is still needed as the Ministry of Education and Science (MES) ...
  • Unknown author (2013-06)
    “Nazarbayev University Graduate School of Education is delighted to present the publication written by local and international contributors. The collection stems from the annual International Conference 'Eurasian Higher ...
  • MacDonald, Kent (2013-06)
    “In these times of increased access and declining resources we need to think more broadly about the responsibilities of our universities. Let me end as I started. We do not want to create a series of universities that have ...
  • Kalanova, ShoLpan (2013-06)
    “Establishment of an effective quality management system of education is a strategic priority for the national education system. In Kazakhstan, issues of control, accreditation and quality assurance play a key role in ...
  • Finkelstein, Martin; Kurakbayev, Kairat (2013-06)
    "This paper provides a comparative perspective on changes in the governance of U.S. universities in the past two decades. An analysis of trends revealed in U.S. national surveys in 1992 and 2007 shows that faculty influence ...
  • Ruby, Alan (2013-06)
    “Essentially this set of presentations and subsequent discussion began to explore the "whys and hows" of different strategies that rely on the creation of international programs or campuses in a host nation or region. These ...
  • Nurbek, Sayasat (2013-06)
    “One of the aims of Strategy for Academic Mobility in the Republic of Kazakhstan for 2012-2020 is to ensure the openness and transparency of higher education and the achievement of balanced mobility. As realization of the ...
  • ZhumaguLov, Bakhytzhan (2013-06)
    This article is about the leading educational reforms that Kazakhstan should do in the nearest future
  • Zhumadilov, Zhaxybay (2013-06)
    “Recent advances in rapidly developing science and technology, especially key discoveries in biomedical research have the potential to significantly improve human health quality and overcome many health challenges in the ...
  • Sagintayeva, A. (2013-06)
    This paper has implied that higher education institutions over the Last 20 years have seen the emergence of different patterns of higher education Leadership in Kazakhstan. In 2010, new and ambitious targets for the ...