Higher Education in the Knowledge Economy: Politics and Policies of Transformation 

Symposium in PS: Political Science and Politics edited by Tobias Schulze-Cleven

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This symposium shows how higher education has found itself at the center of broader social conflicts and demonstrates that political science tools are crucial for uncovering how these conflicts are processed politically.

Full citation:

Schulze-Cleven, Tobias, ed. 2017. Higher Education in the Knowledge Economy: Politics and Policies of Transformation. Symposium in PS: Political Science and Politics 50(2): 397–432.

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Table of Contents

Tobias Schulze-Cleven, “Introduction” (397-402)

Deondra Rose, “Higher Education and the Transformation of American Citizenship” (403-407)

Charlie Eaton, “Still Public: State Universities and America’s New Student-Debt Coalitions” (408-412)

Julian L. Garritzmann, “The Partisan Politics of Higher Education” (413-417)

Lukas Graf & Justin J.W. Powell, “How Employer Interests and Investments Shape Advanced Skill Formation” (418-422)

Ben Ansell & Jane Gingrich, “Mismatch: University Education and Labor Market Institutions” (423-425)

Marius R. Busemeyer, “Education and the Welfare State: A Short Comment on a Complex Relationship” (426-427)

Matthew Reed, “Community Colleges, Shared Governance, and Democracy” (428-429)

Kathryn Lybarger, “Bargaining for Good Jobs and Debt-Free College” (430-432)