Please see the link to the exclusive interview with Professor David Greenaway, Vice-Chancellor, The
University of Nottingham.
One of the many original articles from distinguished
colleagues included in the latest
issue of the AngloHigher® magazine (ISSN 2041-8469) which is now online.
Please see below the complete list of new topics
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studies, opinion pieces, etc.
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Africa: The New Frontier in Academia
and Business, By Peter Koveos, Professor of Finance and Pierre Yourougou, Clinical
Associate Professor of Finance,
Syracuse University, USA
Innovative fiscal policy
and economic development: a social totality view, By Aleksandr Gevorkyan, Adjunct Assistant
Professor, School of Continuing and Professional Studies, New York University,
Exploring proprietary vs
open source software, By Colin Dalziel, Operations Director, Pebble
Learning Ltd, e-Innovation Centre, University of Wolverhampton, UK
The Debt Crisis and Higher Education
Reforms in Greece: A Catalyst for Change, By Vangelis Tsiligiris, College
Principal, MBS College, Greece, PhD cand., Birmingham City University, UK
- Faculty Performance and Pay in Tough
Times, By Jim J. Adams, Professor of Leadership,
Executive Director Center for Global Learning and Engagement, Azusa Pacific
international trade law in a transnational, multi-campus context, By Alice de Jonge, Senior Lecturer, Nicola Charwat, Lecturer, Michel Koekemoer, Lecturer
and Haemala Thanasegaran, Senior Lecturer, Monash University, Australia http://www.anglohigher.com/casestudies/casestudy_detail/49/39
the Sustainability Challenge: Organisational Change and Transformational Vision, By Carla Millar, Fellow at Ashridge and
Professor at the University of Twente, The Netherlands,
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