Tertiary Education in the 21st Century
Economic change and social change are driving important shifts in the way the competition for advancement through education is undertaken. Challenging the popular opinion that the rising inter-personal and inter-organizational networks confer advantage to individuals as they secure education resources, this book identifies new forms of emerging social exclusions.
Robert Craig Strathdee is Senior Lecturer of Education, School of Education Studies, Victoria University of Wellington.
Introduction * Social Class, Education and the Competition for Advancement Within Fields * Ecologies of Talent * The Creation of Contrasting Geographies of Talent in England and New Zealand * Innovation and Networks in the Knowledge Economy: The Case of the Film Production Sector in New Zealand * Innovation and Networks in the Knowledge Economy: The Case of Biotechnology in New Zealand * Innovation and Networks in the Knowledge Economy: Fueling Innovation through Creating Knowledge Transfer Networks in England * Conclusion
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