1993．第8卷（Vol. 8）．pp. 8896
The State’s Influence over Quality in Higher Education: Quis Custodiet Ipsos Custodes?
Eveline M. CALDWELL
Developments in Hong Kong particularly related to the growth of interest in quality are compared with similar developments within higher education in Britain over the last 30 years with analysis of the reasons for the establishment, and subsequent abolition, of the binary system in Britain. Justification for the evaluation of British policies in providing insight into the Hong Kong situation is provided. Parallels and differences are found and analysed. Finally conclusions are drawn on how the state's view of quality is expressed in Hong Kong.