by Center for International Affairs, Harvard University in [Cambridge] .
Written in English
Covers the years 1945-1968; continued by Higher education in developing nations: a selected bibliography, 1969-1974.
|Statement||by Philip G. Altbach, with the assistance of Bradley Nystrom.|
|Series||Occasional papers in international affairs, no. 24|
|Contributions||Nystrom, Bradley, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||Z5814.U7 A4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||118|
|LC Control Number||74117163|
Consisting of an essay and a bibliography, this book provides a discussion of the origins and development of comparative higher education as a field of study, an interpretation of the key issues in higher education as they affect different countries, and a select list of significant contributions to the literature on the subject. The essay begins with an account of the . More editions of Higher education in developing countries: a select bibliography, (Occasional papers in international affairs, no. 24): Higher education in developing countries: a select bibliography, (Occasional papers in international affairs, no. 24): ISBN ( . Language: English ISBN: , LCCN: MeSH: Developing Countries*; Education* Publication Type(s): Bibliography Notes: Issued in cooperation with International Educational Development. Continues Altbach's Higher education in developing countries: a select bibliography, which covered the years Economics of Education: A Selected Annotated Bibliography is an annotated bibliography of the economics of education. The criterion of selection is a simple one: whether the country or area study contributes to fundamental generalization about the economic aspects or .
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