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|We have also extended such important usages as those celebrated in Clark's |
triangle, by adding categories from knowledge to his analysis of competing
power blocks. We have linked issues concerning academic identity, already well
|The "triangle of coordination" with the three groups of actors placed in each apex |
of the triangle proposed by Clark (1983, 143) in his seminal work on compara-
tive higher education systems provides a framework for analysis with such a ...
|In the study of higher education it is ritualistic to cite this framework, but echoing |
the remarks of the American writer James Agee, I would like to consider Clark's
triangle of forces not as a sociologist, a political scientist, an economist, or lawyer
|Clark's triangle is used to extend our contemporary understanding of |
postsecondary authority through the analysis of its central elements: the State,1
the market and postsecondary institutional leadership. The study of Virginia's
|Final words: in search of the right balance of market and government |
interventions At the very beginning, I introduced Clark's triangle framework in
order to underline that the state was the most powerful force regulating the
functioning of the ...
|according to clark, advanced industrial countries have developed different forms |
of «coordination» which are located ... it is a fact that clark's triangle has been
adopted much more frequently and successfully, to study and compare higher ...
|The various initiatives of government in relation to higher education in the 1980s |
can be classified with the help of Burton Clark's "triangle of coordination" (
Systems of higher education, Berkeley, Calif., 1983). Clark's triangle has state
|The first author to become interested in these questions and to pose them in this |
way was Burton R. Clark, in a 1983 work ... Twenty years later, Clark's triangle is
still the uncontested reference in works seeking to account for the “systemic” ...
|Figure 2.1: Original Clark's model of higher education coordination and some |
examples Clark's triangle Examples State auhorily A state authority Mart<et ' v
Market Academic oligarchy Academic oi gar dry Note. From The higher education
|4 Applying Clark's Triangle in Eastern Europe Social scientists, including higher |
education researchers, love simple models. Their love of circles, quadrangles,
and arrows is particularly passionate. These seem to convey the hidden truth of ...
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