Spreading the Academic Nets. "Consortia: International Networking Alliances of Universities" by David Teather (ed). [review]
This book suffers from the occasional drawback of edited volumes that disparate contributors have difficulty achieving the coherence and power of a spirited sole author's sustained writing. Nonetheless, this is an important set of essays, with well-chosen examples. Overall, it is a pointer to the need for continued monitoring and analysis of consortia between universities in the increasingly competitive world of tertiary education.
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