Globalisation, Ideology and Neo-Liberal Higher Education Reforms (Paperback)
1 Current Research Trends in Globalisation and Neo-Liberalism in Higher Education.- 2 Neo-liberalism in a globalized world: The case of Canada.- 3 Globalization, Nationalism, and Inclusive Education for All: A Reflection on the Ideological Shifts in Education Reform.- 4 Globalisation and Neo-liberalism in Higher Education.- 5 Neoliberal Education: A new citizenship education in a globalised world? Comparing citizenship education in Singapore and Australia.- 6 Neo-liberalism and configuring global citizenship in higher education: Outbound Mobility Programs.- 7 Violence and the Crisis of Meaning in a Neo-Liberal World.- 8 Globalisation, Neoliberalism and Laissez-Faire: The Retreat from Naturalism.- 9 Globalisation and Neo-Liberal Higher Education Reforms.- 10 Research on globalisation and neo-liberalism in higher education.
Joseph Zajda is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Education and Arts, Australian Catholic University (Melbourne Campus). He has written and edited 42 books and over 150 book chapters and articles on globalisation and education policy, higher education and curriculum reforms. He is also the editor of the 24-volume book series Globalisation, Comparative Education and Policy Research (Springer, 2009 & 2020). Recent publications include: Zajda, J. (2018). Globalisation and education reforms: Paradigms and ideologies Dordrecht: Springer; Zajda, J. (2017). Globalisation and national identity in history textbooks. Dordrecht: Springer; Zajda, J. & Rust, V. (Ed.) (2016). Globalisation and Higher Education Reforms. Dordrecht: Springer; Zajda, J. (2015). (Ed.). Second International Handbook of Globalisation, Education and Policy Research. Dordrecht: Springer.Prof Zajda's works can be found in 480 publications in 4 languages and 10,529 university library holdings globally. He was awarded an ARC Discovery Grant ($315,000) (with Monash University, 2011-2015) for globalising studies of the politics of history education. Further, he is an elected fellow of the Australian College of Educators (FACE).