Corporate Social Responsibility in Higher Education
AbstractThis paper begins by exploring the ongoing debates about corporate involvement in UK universities and the broader marketization of the higher education sector of which it is but part. Following this, we move on to consider whether higher education institutions might also be conceptualized as corporations in their own right and whether the current preoccupation with ideas of corporate social responsibility might have any progressive potential for those of us interested in addressing the operating principles and practices of the institutions where we work.
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