La internacionalización y el mercado universitario

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University policies have undergone a major transformation, in which social and political identities have been subsumed by a new market-based logic. The internationalization of higher education entails a multitude of strategies: student and faculty mobility; the creation of international networks, projects and associations; research initiatives and new academic programs; and the transmission of education in other countries with affiliated universities, in both the traditional and online sectors. In this article, we explore the impact of systems of accreditation and external evaluation on the academic culture, and, in particular, on academic autonomy, given the importance of the concept for the university culture in Argentina.




Corti, A. M., Oliva, D. L., & De La Cruz, S. (2015). La internacionalización y el mercado universitario. Revista de La Educacion Superior, 44(174), 47–60.

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