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Global forms and local forces : PhD enrollments and graduations in Australia, Canada, the Czech Republic, the United Kingdom, and the United States

Evans, Terry D., Gerdeman, Dean R., Haines, Ian, Hall, Fred L., Ryland, Kevin and Sebková, Helena 2014, Global forms and local forces : PhD enrollments and graduations in Australia, Canada, the Czech Republic, the United Kingdom, and the United States. In Nerad, Maresi and Evans, Barbara (ed), Globalization and its impacts on the quality of PhD education, Sense Publications, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, pp.43-80.

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Title Global forms and local forces : PhD enrollments and graduations in Australia, Canada, the Czech Republic, the United Kingdom, and the United States
Author(s) Evans, Terry D.ORCID iD for Evans, Terry D. orcid.org/0000-0001-5087-5727
Gerdeman, Dean R.
Haines, Ian
Hall, Fred L.
Ryland, Kevin
Sebková, Helena
Title of book Globalization and its impacts on the quality of PhD education
Editor(s) Nerad, Maresi
Evans, Barbara
Publication date 2014
Series Global Perspectives on Higher Education; v.24
Chapter number 3
Total chapters 7
Start page 43
End page 80
Total pages 38
Publisher Sense Publications
Place of Publication Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Keyword(s) Doctoral Education
PhDs
Summary  This chapter presents and discusses data from five different nations—Australia, Canada, the Czech Republic, the United Kingdom, and the United States—on doctoral candidates and graduates. These data are from governmental and institutional sources for the years 1998–2004, a sample that enables changes across a five-year span to be identified. They span important basic characteristics, such as gender, age, discipline, and study load (that is, full-time or part-time study). Therefore, readers can see national as well as international trends and differences in such characteristics and can match these to equivalent and/or contemporary data in their own nations. The five countries considered here are among those whose data were discussed at the 2007 CIRGE research synthesis meeting in Australia. Although these countries are not universally representative of doctoral education, their practices do offer a vivid sense of how vastly the enterprise of doctoral education differs in its scope and dimensions around the world
ISBN 9462095671
9789462095670
Language eng
Field of Research 130103 Higher Education
Socio Economic Objective 930599 Education and Training Systems not elsewhere classified
HERDC Research category B1 Book chapter
Copyright notice ©2014, Sense Publications
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