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Journal of International Higher Education Special Issue 2008

World-Class
The Costs and Benefits of World-Class Universities
No World-Class University Left Behind
Evolving Great Universities in Small and Developing Countries
The Leaders of the World's Top 100 Universities
World Class Universities: American Lessons
The German "Initiative for Excellence" and Rankings
Japan's "Top 30" Universities
World-Class Universities and Reform in China
India: World-Class Universities?
Sustaining Oxford as World Class
A Latin American Private University Strives to Become "World Class"

Research University
Universities and Leaders: A Causal Link
Should Universities in Developing Countries Do R&D?
Graduate Education in Latin America: The Coming of Age
Mass Higher Education and the Super Research University
Japan's National Universities and Reform
Korean National Universities at the Crossroads
The idea of a Research University in Russia
Evaluating and Rewarding Professors: Mexican Style
A Science University for Okinawa? A Bad Idea
The Character of Entrepreneurial University
University-Industry Partnership Reconsidered: Three Lessons
Professors of Practice and the Entrepreneurial University

Globalization of Higher Education
League Tables as Policy Instruments
The Dilemmas of Ranking
The Global Higher Education Race
Graduate Education and World Citizenship
The Road Home: Exploring the Choice to Stay or Return of International Ph.D.s
Tends in Science and Engineering
China's Universities on the Global Stage: Views from University Leaders
Problems with Singapore's Global Schoolhouse
Management 101 at the "New Oxford"

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