20 septembre 2017

Financial regulation after the crisis: still liberal, but…

In a report issued in June 2017, the Trump administration laid out its proposal for overhauling some of the regulations President Obama had enacted with a view to avoiding a financial market meltdown of the kind we saw in 2008. But what do we actually know about how financial regulation has evolved around the world since the global financial crisis. More...

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21 août 2017

Dix ans après la crise, l’industrie française reste convalescente

C2RP Carif-Oref Hauts-de-FranceLa production manufacturière a reculé de 10 % depuis 2007. En dix ans, l’industrie a perdu 530.000 emplois. Plus...

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02 août 2017

Calif. lawmakers chip away at state’s college affordability crisis

University Business LogoCalifornia’s economy is one of the world’s largest, and according to a new report, the state needs 1 million more workers with bachelor’s degrees by 2030 to keep up with economic demand. More...

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31 juillet 2017

Social work education is in crisis – we must act urgently

The Guardian homeWhere will the social workers of the future come from? Debt is deterring students while universities are withdrawing courses. More...

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30 juillet 2017

Class prejudice and the student debt crisis

The Guardian homeBritish universities have been undergoing a transformation from being institutions bent on promoting scholarship and preserving civilised values into places bent on facilitating the cost-effective throughput of learning-receptor units who attend principally to purchase certified eduproduct: if nothing else, the unthinking adoption of soul-numbing management speak attests to that. More...

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27 juillet 2017

From public good to personal pursuit: Historical roots of the student debt crisis

The ConversationThe promise of free college education helped propel Bernie Sanders’ 2016 bid for the Democratic nomination to national prominence. It reverberated during the confirmation hearings for Betsy DeVos as Secretary of Education and Sanders continues to push the issue. More...

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12 juillet 2017

Crisis in Qatar

HomeBy Elizabeth Redden. A diplomatic rift could have outsize impacts for international education, though university officials say it's still unclear what long-term impacts might be. More...

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30 mai 2017

Higher education ‘in serious crisis’

The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan, in its latest report, has said that higher education in the country is in “serious crisis” and has discussed the issue of the devolution of the Higher Education Commission to the provinces after the 18th Amendment, writes Kashif Abbasi for Dawn. More...

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24 mai 2017

Anglophone crisis – Academics, students stand firm

By Tunde Fatunde. Schools, universities and law courts remain shuttered in two provinces of Anglophone Cameroon as students, academics, school teachers and lawyers continue to paralyse activities in protest against what they perceive as linguistic, cultural and educational injustices and other forms of marginalisation by the Cameroonian government. More...

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01 mai 2017

Association. Les pistes de KPMG pour faire face à la baisse des subventions publiques

Pour faire face à la triple crise (économique, concurrentielle et des ressources humaines) que rencontrent les associations, l'Union des employeurs de l'économie sociale et solidaire a missionné le cabinet KPMG pour aider le secteur à s'adapter aux nouveaux enjeux et notamment à la baisse de 17 % en 6 ans des subventions publiques.
Source : http://www.gref-bretagne.com/Actualites/Revue-de-presse/Association.-Les-pistes-de-KPMG-pour-faire-face-a-la-baisse-des-subventions-publiques

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