Policy Reviews in Higher Education
Higher Education Quarterly occupies a critical space in promoting research into higher education policy and practice internationally. Its remit includes, for instance, institutional approaches to the student experience, management and leadership; system-wide issues such as student funding and widening participation; and international responses to global market environments. It places particular emphasis on comparative material as opposed to single institution or local case studies.
The journal aims to open up a space for publishing in-depth accounts of significant areas of policy development affecting higher education internationally. Authors from a range of disciplinary backgrounds are encouraged to analyse higher education from fresh perspectives, including drawing on concepts and theories from other academic fields.
Contributions are invited which are:
- original and provide in-depth analysis
- historically grounded and forward-looking
- reflections on implications for policy broadly
- presented in a style accessible for an international readership
- between 8,000 and 12,000 words
Professor Ellen Hazelkorn
Higher Education Policy Research Unit (HEPRU), Dublin Institute of Technology
Ellen Hazelkorn is Emeritus Professor and Director, Higher Education Policy Research Unit (HEPRU), Dublin Institute of Technology (Ireland) and works as an education policy consultant (BH Associates Education Consultants). She is International Co-Investigator, ESRC/HEFCE Centre for Global Higher Education, London, and Research Fellow, Centre for International Higher Education, Boston College, USA. She was policy advisor to, and board member of, the Higher Education Authority (Ireland), 2011-2017, and President of EAIR (European Society for Higher Education), 2013-2016. She has over 15 years’ experience working with international organizations and governments, and 20 years’ experience as Vice President, Dublin Institute of Technology (1995-2014). Ellen is a board member of national agencies, university and higher education/research organizations, and has led and/or been involved in national/institutions reviews and policy advice.
Ellen is internationally recognized for her writings and analysis of rankings on higher education and policy: Rankings and the Reshaping of Higher Education: The Battle for World-Class Excellence, 2nd ed. (Palgrave, 2015), and editor, Global Rankings and the Geopolitics of Higher Education (Routledge 2016). Other recent publications include: co-author, The Impact and Future of Arts and Humanities Research (Palgrave Macmillan, 2016); and co-editor, The Civic University: Meeting the Leadership and Management Challenges (Edward Elgar 2016). She is co-editor of Research Handbook on Quality, Performance and Accountability in Higher Education (Edward Elgar 2017 forthcoming).
Professor William Locke
Melbourne Centre for the Study of Higher Education (MCSHE), University of Melbourne, Australia
William Locke is Professor and Director of the Melbourne Centre for the Study of Higher Education (MCSHE) at the University of Melbourne and an International Co-Investigator with the ESRC/RE/OfS-funded Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE). Before this, he was Reader in Higher Education Studies at the UCL Institute of Education, Director of the Centre for Higher Education Studies (CHES) and Deputy Director of CGHE. William was formerly Head of Learning and Teaching policy at HEFCE and has held positions at the Open University, University of Sussex and Universities UK. He is a member of the Publications Committee of the SRHE. His research interests include: the HE future workforce; UK HEIs and Brexit; the governance and management of HEIs; higher education policy and policy-making; the impact of marketisation and ranking systems on HEIs and HE systems. He has a wide range of publications and has given keynote presentations at international conferences in North America, Japan, China, Australia and throughout Europe.
Professor Hamish Coates
Tsinghua University’s Institute of Education, Tsinghua University Centre for the Assessment of College and Student Development.
Professor Hamish Coates contributes to higher education through research, leadership and development.
Professor Coates concentrates on improving the quality and productivity of higher education. He is considered an authority in large-scale evaluation, tertiary education policy, institutional strategy, assessment methodology, learner engagement, and academic work and leadership.
Across 20 years Professor Coates has led over 70 influential projects, worked across 50 countries, authored over 200 publications and procured over AU$23 million in research funding. He has conducted hundreds of workshops, supervised dozens of doctorates, taught leadership and quantitative analysis, given over 250 keynotes and invited presentations, and generated several ongoing revenue streams. Professor Coates’ h-index is 32, he has over 4,500 citations, and is sought internationally as a speaker.
Professor Coates is a Tenured Professor at Tsinghua University’s Institute of Education and also Deputy Director of the Tsinghua University Centre for the Assessment of College and Student Development. From 2013 to 2017 he was Professor of Higher Education at the University of Melbourne. Professor Coates was Founding Director of Higher Education Research at the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) from 2006 to 2013, and between 2010 and 2013 also Program Director at the LH Martin Institute for Tertiary Leadership and Management. He held earlier roles at Graduate Careers Australia and the Assessment Research Centre. He also held honorary appointments at several leading international institutions.
Professor Hans de Witt
Center for International Higher Education (CIHE), Department of Higher Education and Leadership of the Lynch School of Education, Boston College, USA.
Hans de Wit is Director of the ‘Center for International Higher Education’ (CIHE) at Boston College, USA, and professor in International Higher Education at the Department of Higher Education and Leadership of the Lynch School of Education, Boston College.
He is Consulting Editor of the journal Policy Reviews in Higher Education (SRHE), the Founding Editor of the ‘Journal of Studies in International Education’ (Association for Studies in International Education/SAGE publishers), member of the Editorial Board of International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education (Springer/Universitat Oberta de Catalunya), Associate Editor of International Higher Education, and Co-editor book series Global Perspectives in Higher Education (Sense Publishers). He is member of the Editorial Board and Scientific Committee of the third edition of the Bologna Process Researchers’ conference, Bucharest, November 27-29, 2017.
His latest books are:
- Georgiana Mihut, Philip Altbach and Hans de Wit. (Eds.). 2017. Understanding Global Higher Education: Insights from Key Global Publications. Rotterdam, Sense Publishers.
- Georgiana Mihut, Philip Altbach and Hans de Wit (Eds.). 2017. Internationalization of Higher Education: Insights from Key Global Publications. Rotterdam, Sense Publishers.
- Philip Altbach, Liz Reisberg and Hans de Wit (Eds.). 2017. Responding to massification: differentiation in postsecondary education worldwide. Körber Foundation/Hamburg Transnational University Leadership Council, Bonn/Sense Publishers.
- Hans de Wit, Jocelyne Gacel-Avila, Elspeth Jones and Nico Jooste (Eds.). 2017. The Globalization of Internationalization: Emerging Voices and Perspectives. Internationalization in Higher Education Series, Routledge.
He publishes a monthly blog in University World News on internationalisation of higher education, www.universityworldnews.com, and contributes to The World View at Inside Higher Ed on a regular basis.
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