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Global Trends in Lifelong Learning and the Response of the Universities

Comparative Education Volume 35, Number 2, ISSN 0305-0068


Argues that globalization is standardizing the way that higher education responds to the pressures of the international division of labor, but because Western countries have more knowledge workers, they will point the way for the development of higher education in developing nations. Discusses implications for undergraduate and postgraduate education. Contains 24 references. (Author/SV)


Jarvis, P. (1999). Global Trends in Lifelong Learning and the Response of the Universities. Comparative Education, 35(2), 249. Retrieved March 26, 2019 from .

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