Education Governance by Marketisation and Quality Assurance – Introductory Notes

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Rönnberg, Linda (2011)
  • Publisher: Education Inquiry
  • Journal: Education Inquiry (issn: 2000-4508, eissn: 2000-4508)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.3402/edui.v2i4.21999

Every issue of Education Inquiry publishes peer-reviewed articles in one, two or three different sections. In the Open section, articles are sent in by authors as part of regular journal submissions and published after a blind review process. In the Thematic section, articles may reflect the theme of a conference or workshop and are published after a blind review process. We also have an Invited section featuring articles by researchers invited by Education Inquiry to shed light on a specific theme or for a specific purpose and they are also published after a review process. This issue of Education Inquiry contains a Thematic section on the topic of Education Governance by Marketisation and Quality Assurance that includes a total of nine articles.(Published: 1 December 2011)Citation: Education Inquiry Vol. 2, No. 4, December 2011, pp.555–561
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