Changing Cultures? Government Intervention in Higher Education 1987-93

British Journal of Educational Studies 42 (2):150 - 162 (1994)
This article argues that the academic values associated with intellectual freedom are incommensurable with those of industry which permeate recent related government initiatives associated with enterprise education and quality audit and assessment. It concludes that if industrial values are implanted in universities, they will destroy the academic values on which open intellectual enquiry and the disinterested pursuit of knowledge depend.
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