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The ‘Regulatory State’ in Higher Education: Assuring Quality through New Modalities of Control in Brazil

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posted on 23.05.2021, 21:48 by Flavia de Mattos DonadelliFlavia de Mattos Donadelli
The Brazilian Higher Education (HE) sector, following a global trend of rapid transformation, has undergone marked changes over the past two decades. These changes have involved the design of quality assurance tools as instruments for regulatory governance. In presenting an overview of the recent history and characteristics of quality assurance in the Brazilian HE sector, this paper contextualises the Brazilian experience according to broader conceptual frameworks and discusses how and why regulatory governance in this sector has so radically changed.

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Preferred citation

de Mattos Donadelli, F. M. (2021). The ‘Regulatory State’ in Higher Education: Assuring Quality through New Modalities of Control in Brazil. Bulletin of Latin American Research. https://doi.org/10.1111/blar.13133

Journal title

Bulletin of Latin American Research

Publication date

01/01/2021

Publisher

Wiley

Publication status

Published

Online publication date

11/05/2021

ISSN

0261-3050

eISSN

1470-9856

Article number

blar.13133

Language

en