Some of those close to government believe that competition is a form of regulation and that other elements of regulation should be less burdensome, but Roger Brown disagrees: competition is likely to lead to quality concerns and potential market failure.
A few thoughts on Professor Roger Brown’s seminar at the Centre for Higher Education Studies.
Our report on students’ perceptions and expectations of Higher Education relied heavily on concept mapping as a form of data collection. I want to spend a few moments offering some reflections on what concept mapping means, how it works, and why might it be relevant to researchers in Higher Education.
Earlier this week the report commissioned by the QAA on students’ expectations and perceptions on UK Higher Education, produced by Camille Kandiko and me at King’s College London, was launched at a seminar in London: it’s available at the King’s College London website.
Here are my reflections on three key issues that came up during the discussion.