The Global Education Industry
Professor Otmar Issing, a member of the Executive Board of the European Central Bank, assesses the first five years of the euro's life.
John Corkindale argues for the privatisation of the land use planning system
Tooley identifies the factors that impede or facilitate the development of the private education sector in various countries, focusing on the regulatory regimes that may impinge upon private education. This led him to conclude with a proposal for the role of for-profit education enterprises in promoting equitable development.
In this second edition, Professor Tooley contributes a new preface which shows how his work has developed and extended into other countries. In particular, he provides a fascinating account of how private education is flourishing in China.
2001, Hobart Paper 141, ISBN 0 255 36503 9, 200pp, PB