Cover: Restructuring Higher Education

Restructuring Higher Education

Published 1993

by Roger W. Benjamin, Stephen J. Carroll

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The present governance system in higher education-hierarchical in its reporting system but decentralized in resource allocation-is almost incapable of reallocating funds in the face of today's diverse demands and fiscal limits. The authors believe, however, that new management paradigms in the private sector suggest a direction for change: a less hierarchical, more participatory process, with evaluation criteria shared among all participants.

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