Umich Calendar Fall 2023 – The Fall of CMENAS Authoritarianism and Neoliberalism Muez Ali and Laura Mann, Higher Ed, University College London (UK) and London School of Economics and Political Science (UK); Syed Golkar, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (USA).
Muez Ali and Laura Mann, University College London (UK) and London School of Economics and Political Science (UK):
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In the 1990s, Sudan experienced a major expansion and sale of its higher education system, from three universities to 27 in ten years. The number of students within each university increased and two-year diplomas were introduced to raise funds. Access to higher education increased dramatically, but administrators and teachers struggled to maintain the quality of education and maintain the value of their qualifications in the labor market. What is happening in Sudan reflects broader trends in the Middle East and Africa, driven by the World Bank’s ‘rate of return’ calculations, which prioritize public spending on higher education. But this policy also emerged in Sudan’s political economy, and the new regime sought to weaken public control over elite breeding by recruiting universities and the government. This discussion examines the long-term effects of these changes on Sudan’s economic and political development and situates the country’s experience within regional trends.
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It is a study of the relationship between the state and the university in modern Iran. Despite the continuous repression of students by the Pahlavi dynasty, students were involved in anti-state activities and eventually brought down the state in 1979 with the support of other civil society groups. Why did the Pahlavi dynasty fail while students succeeded in controlling the universities of the Islamic Republic? What is the difference between the higher education policies of the Pahlavi Empire and the Islamic Republic?
Muez Ali is a Postdoctoral Researcher at the UCL Energy Institute and a Research Associate at LSE CPAID. His research and work interests span a wide range of areas including public service delivery, climate change, social policy and knowledge production in sub-Saharan Africa, particularly Sudan.
Laura Mann is an Assistant Professor in the Department of International Development at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and a Fellow of the Feroz Lalji Institute at LSE. His research examines the role of information and technology in economic development and international diversification processes, with a particular focus on higher education policy and digitization. His doctoral work focuses on expanding higher education in Sudan but he has also worked on digitization and development in Sudan, Kenya and Rwanda.
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Syed Golkar is a UC Foundation Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. He is a non-resident senior fellow in Middle East policy for the Chicago Council on Global Affairs (CCGA) and the Tony Blair Institute in the UK. He received his PhD in Political Science in 2008. Since then, he has held a postdoctoral fellowship at Stanford University, researched and taught at Northwestern University, and served as a fellow at the National Endowment for Democracy and the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. His research focuses on international and comparative politics of authoritarian regimes, with an emphasis on the Middle East and North Africa. his book,
If there is anything we can do to make this event available to you, please contact [email protected] Please note that some residences may require a longer period of time for university preparation Finally: The 2023 QS Rankings again ranked Michigan Ross at World No. It is ranked as the No. 3 MSCM in the US and the No. 1 MM in the United States
The Ross School of Business’ Master of Supply Chain Management and Master of Management programs have maintained their top positions in the latest QS World University Rankings report.
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Michigan Ross regained the No. 1 spot. 3 among all MSCM programs in the 2023 QS Business Masters Rankings. This school also repeated for the fourth year in a row to reach the top of the list of MM programs in the United States.
“We are very proud of our continued strong performance in the QS World University Rankings,” said David Wooten, Associate Director of the One-Year Graduate Program at Michigan Ross and University Professor of Diversity and Social Change at the University of Michigan. “Like all of our one-year master’s programs, the Michigan Ross MSCM and MM programs are designed to provide the leadership training, intensive curriculum and professional development opportunities students need to advance in their careers. This latest recognition is a testament to continuing to provide global business education. “
To compile the rankings, QS uses five key metrics: employability, entrepreneurial and alumni success, investment, ideas, and classroom and intellectual diversity. The new Michigan Ross Master of Business Analytics program, which recently accepted its first cohort, has not yet been approved.