Mark Rutte, the Assistant Secretary of State for Higher Education in the Netherlands since June 2004, seems to waste no time in launching new ideas and publishing policy papers that - if accepted by Parliament - will thoroughly reshape the Dutch higher education landscape. The Dutch plans closely follow the examples of Australia and the United Kingdom, where supply and demand for higher education are allowed to be ruled increasingly by market-type mechanisms. Let us take a closer look at the plans.
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|Publication status||Published - 2005|