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"This volume on policy control in UK higher education will interest scholars, higher education executives and policy analysts from many countries. … Thus, this important volume by Ted Tapper adds to a considerable amount of literature on British higher education policy and management by a line of distinguished scholars … . Tapper, a long-time student of British higher education, sets out to place the recent transformation of British higher education within the context of the key issue of governance." (Grant Harman, Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, Vol. 30 (2), 2008)
"Higher education in Britain … has been subject to rather a lot of policy in the last few decades. Ted Tapper has long been a commentator on this … . This book attempts to update the earlier one ‘by now inevitably dated’ … . But it covers the ground comprehensively, and it is a pleasure to have a text which records evidence in detail … . Tapper divides the book into three parts … . Tapper’s analysis offers some useful insights … ." (John Pratt, Higher Education Review, Vol. 40 (3), 2008)