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245 00 Higher Education in the BRICS Countries :|bInvestigating 
       the Pact between Higher Education and Society /|cedited by
       Simon Schwartzman, Romulo Pinheiro, Pundy Pillay 
264  1 Dordrecht :|bSpringer Netherlands :|bImprint: Springer,
       |c2015 
300    1 online resource (xvi, 492 pages) :|billustrations, 
       digital ;|c24 cm 
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490 1  Higher education dynamics,|x1571-0378 ;|vvolume 44 
505 0  Introduction -- The Rise of the BRICS and Higher Education
       Dynamics. Simon Schwartzman, Romulo Pinheiro and Pundy 
       Pillay -- Part I: Thematic Summaries -- Demand and 
       Policies for Higher Education. Simon Schwartzman -- The 
       Role of Internal and External Stakeholders. Romulo 
       Pinheiro -- Linking University Research and Innovation in 
       the BRICS. Creso M. Sa -- Part II: Supply and Demand -- 
       Demand and Supply for Higher Education in Brazil. Clarissa
       E. B. Neves -- Supply and Demand Patterns in Russian 
       Higher Education. Isak Froumin and Yarolslav Kuuzminov -- 
       Higher Education, Social Demand and Social Equity in 
       India. Kishore M. Joshi -- Demands and Responses in 
       Chinese Higher Education. Yuzhuo Cai and Fengqiao Yan --
       Supply and Demand in South Africa. Kirti Menon -- Part III
       : The Role of Stakeholders -- The Role of Internal and 
       External Stakeholders in Brazilian Higher Education. 
       Elizabeth Balbachevsky -- Russian System of Higher 
       Education and its Stakeholders: Ten years on the way to 
       congruence. Evgeny Kniazev and Drantusova Natalya -- Cost 
       Sharing in China's Higher Education: Analyses of Major 
       Stakeholders. Rui Yang -- The Role of Stakeholders in the 
       Transformation of the South African Higher Education 
       System. Peliwe Lolwana -- Part IV: Government Policy -- 
       Higher Education policies in Brazil: A Case of Failure in 
       Market Regulation. Maria H. M. Castro -- The Federal State,
       Regional Interests and the Reinvention of Russian Higher 
       Education. Mark S. Johnson -- The Complex Web of Policy 
       Choices: Dilemmas Facing Indian Higher Education Reform. 
       Roopa D. Trilokekar and Sheila Embleton -- The Chinese 
       Model of Development and the Higher Education Policy. 
       Qiang Zha and Ruth Hayhoe -- State Power, Transition and 
       New Modes of Coordination in Higher Education in South 
       Africa. Michael Cross -- Part V: Research and Innovation -
       - Research and the "Third mission" in Light of Global 
       Events. Creso M. Sa, Andrew Kretz and Kristjan Sigurdson -
       - Globalization and the Research Mission of Universities 
       in Russia. Anna Smolentseva -- Research and Innovation in 
       Indian Higher Education. Radhika Gorur and Fazal Rizvi -- 
       Promoting Entrepreneurship and Innovation in China: 
       Transformations in University Curriculum and Research 
       Capacity. Joshua K. H. Mok and Kan Yue -- Research and 
       Innovation in South Africa. Pundy Pillay -- EPILOGUE: 
       Higher Education in the BRICS: What Have We Learnt and 
       Where Are We Heading? Romulo Pinheiro, Simon Schwartzman 
       and Pundy Pillay 
520    In spite of the increasing attention attributed to the 
       rise in prominence of the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, 
       China and South Africa) countries, few studies have looked
       at the ways in which broader social expectations with 
       respect to the role of higher education across the BRICS 
       have changed, or not, in recent years. Our point of 
       departure is that, contrary to the conventional wisdom 
       focusing on functionalistic perspectives, higher education
       systems are not just designed by governments to fulfill 
       certain functions, but have a tendency for evolving in a 
       rather unpredictable fashion as a result of the complex 
       interplay between a number of internal and external 
       factors. In reality, national higher education systems 
       develop and change according to a complex process that 
       encompasses the expectations of governmental agencies, 
       markets, the aspirations of the population for the 
       benefits of education, the specific institutional 
       traditions and cultures of higher education institutions, 
       and, increasingly so, the interests and strategies of the 
       private firms entering and offering services in the higher
       education market. This basically means that it is of 
       outmost importance to move away from conceiving of 
       "universities" or "higher education" as single, monolithic
       actors or sector. One way of doing this is by 
       investigating a selected number of distinct, but 
       nonetheless interrelated factors or drivers, which, taken 
       together, help determine the nature and scope of the 
       social compact between higher education (its core actors 
       and institutions) and society at large (government, 
       industry, local communities, professional associations) 
650  0 Education, Higher|xSocial aspects|zBRIC countries 
650  0 Education, Higher|xEconomic aspects|zBRIC countries 
650  0 Education, Higher|zBRIC countries 
650 14 Education 
650 24 Higher Education 
650 24 International and Comparative Education 
650 24 Sociology of Education 
700 1  Schwartzman, Simon,|eeditor 
700 1  Pinheiro, Romulo,|eeditor 
700 1  Pillay, Pundy,|eeditor 
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