2 edition of Decentralization and marketization found in the catalog.
Decentralization and marketization
Ning Rong Liu
Originally presented as the author"s thesis (doctoral)--University of Bristol, 2006.
|Statement||Ning Rong Liu|
|Series||Education in a competitive and globalizing world|
|LC Classifications||LC5257.C6 L58 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 216 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||216|
|LC Control Number||2009051297|
argue that the marketization reform since late s can be viewed as a process of deregulation, and the decentralization at that time is only a means of deregulation. We make a critical review of the “Chinese style fiscal federalism” by arguing that the evolutionFile Size: 1MB. DECENTRALIZATION AND EDUCATION IN TANZANIA the marginalized (Rose ). Program cost-effectiveness is evaluated and monitored by donors. The decentralization of power reduces the amount of power of those in the centralized system. Economic power becomes a mechanism of coercion when it is centralized and used to create dependence (Hayek ).
Book Description. This book assesses the impact of globalization on the education systems of key East Asian countries, including China, Hong Kong, Japan, and the "tiger economies" of South Korea, Taiwan and Singapore, examining how the increasingly interdependent economic system has driven policy change and education reform. This book, Decentralized Decision-Making in Schools: The Theory and Evidence on School-Based Management, was produced for the December meeting by a team led by Robin Horn, education sector manager of the Human Development Department of the World Bank. The process of decentralization and marketization proceeded much faster than expected.
The process of decentralization and marketization proceeded much faster than expected in the s and s, when dismantling the planning mechanisms caused a steep decline in government revenues, especially central government revenues. They concluded that developments similar to those seen in other OECD countries had taken place, mainly in terms of decentralization, the introduction of NPM, and an enhanced stress on individual agency and choice. However, the expressions of marketization were still rather modest, even in Sweden (Lundahl, ).Cited by:
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Decentralization and Marketization: The Changing Landscape of China's Adult and Continuing Education (Educatiojn in a Competitive and Globalizing World) Hardcover – Author: Ning Rong Liu. Decentralization is a process that reallocates resources from a higher, more central authority to a lower one.
Administrative decentralization redistributes tasks and duties in a bureaucracy to lower levels, special agencies, or local bodies. Political decentralization delegates powers and responsibilities to lower, local tiers of government.
Decentralization and marketization: the changing landscape of China's adult and continuing educationAuthor: Ning Rong Liu. Centralization and Decentralization: Educational Reforms and Changing Governance in Chinese Societies.
Globalization has brought dramatic changes to the character and functions of education in most countries around the world. However, the impact of globalization on schools and universities is not uniform.
modern states is the policies of decentralization and marketization, even though there is no consensus on whether a policy of centralization or decentralization is more effective to improve the organization and management of the public sector (Fiske, ; Dill and Sporn, ).
Decentralization and educational governance. Decentralisation and marketisation of adult and continuing education: A Chinese case study Article in International Journal of Educational Development 29(3).
This study contributes to the literature on the urban land market and broader regional development in several ways. First, we associate the spatiotemporal dynamics of urban land prices with the process of land marketization and fiscal decentralization in transitional China, stressing the importance of economic and political by: 2.
Wei () conceptualized China's economic transition as a triple process of globalization, marketization, and decentralization and argued that economic landscapes were driven by a Author: Yehua Dennis Wei. Globalization has effected tremendous change to the character and functions of education worldwide.
This unique book focuses on its impact upon Hong Kong and Singapore, and how these two East Asian Reviews: 1. The book assesses the democratization and marketization in the Visegrad states.
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Using a multi-scale framework of variables at both the land-parcel and city levels and a unique database of parcel-level urban land transaction records for andthis study investigates the changing patterns and driving forces of urban land prices in China, paying special attention to land marketization and fiscal by: 2.
Decentralization and marketization: the changing landscape of China's adult and continuing education. With the development of the knowledge economy and a deepening social labor division in the s, investment on human capital began to attract more attention in sociological theories to explain inequalities across regions, genders, classes, ages, occupation, labor groups and so on (Chakravorty, ).
Indeed, decentralization and marketization of education have now emerged as a global trend, under which almost all facets of education from financing and provision to curriculum development and governance, have been re-oriented and re-shaped ([ Currie & Newson ]; [ Spring ]; [ Taylor, Rizvi, Lingard & Henry ]).Cited by: Chinese Education Policy in the Context of Decentralization and Marketization: Evolution and Implications reform and open-door policy.
It concludes that the equal and balanced development in education in China entails the bringing the state back in the education sector. Education Policy Prior to the Economic Size: KB. On the other hand, Decentralization is a systematic delegation of authority at all levels of management and in all of the organization.
In a decentralization concern, authority in retained by the top management for taking major decisions and framing policies concerning the. Decentralization, Democratization, and Informal Power in Mexico Andrew Selee “Decentralization, Democratization, and Informal Power in Mexico is a fascinating, beautifully crafted, and revealing account of just how much Mexican democratization has taken place at the local level.
Andrew Selee has used extensive field research and years spent living in Mexico to Author: Andrew Selee. decentralization often requires improved planning, budgeting and management techniques and practices; the adoption of new tools; and the development of improved human resources to operate the decentralized programmes.” 4 “ Decentralization is a complex phenomenon involving many geographic entities, societal actors and social sectors.
Political, administrative, fiscal and market decentralization can also appear in different forms and combinations across countries, within countries and even within sectors. Political Decentralization. Political decentralization aims to give citizens or their elected representatives more power in public decision-making.
Globalization has effected tremendous change to the character and functions of education worldwide. This unique book focuses on its impact upon Hong Kong and Singapore, and how these two East Asian Tigers have responded to the strong global tide of marketization in shaping and developing their education policies.
This book will be of interest to scholars of globalization, marketization, and education, and also to those interested in education in Hong Kong and Singapore.' -- Ting-Hong Wong, Education Economics 'Education is a key component in international competitiveness, at the same time it is potentially vulnerable to the forces of globalization and.Globalization and Marketization in Education will draw an interested readership from education policy researchers, policymakers and administrators.
Scholars of public policy, and Asian, development and education studies will also find the book of special interest and by: