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Globalization and its impact on Growth, Development and Sustainability of Higher Education

Ravinder Rena

NWU Business School

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Globalization Sustainability Cross-cultural Environment Higher Education Developing Countries Higher Education in the Developing World Growth and Development Education and Training Educational System in Developing Countries Higher Education Area Development Current State

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Globalization has been playing a vital role in the world for the last three decades by developing economic, social, cultural, political atmosphere. It thus amplifies higher education, mutual understanding and helps to build global networks for the future development. Globalization of higher education defines the mobility of students, institutions, teachers, and programs crossing national boundaries. It has become a market-driven activity involving multiple providers and attracting millions of students across the globe and generating billions of revenue to the host countries.

The world has been suffering from the global catastrophe of the COVID-19. Countries like the USA, UK, Italy, Spain, and China had terrible experiences with infections and death tolls. However, global leaders are exploring the means and ways to mitigate this problem. In line with this, an attempt is made in this book to explore the impact of globalization on the growth and development of higher education and it also deals with the sustainability of education issues.

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Date completed: June 17th 2020

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Review results due: November 25th 2020

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Expected publication date: January 24th 2021

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Ravinder Rena

NWU Business School

Professor, Dr Ravinder Rena is a profound academician and distinguished scholar in economics, writer, editor and adviser with over 28 years of teaching and research experience in Asia-Pacific, Africa and European continents. He has been an independent consultant and training expert. Prof Rena is currently working as Professor of Economics and Internationalization Project Leader at the NWU Business School, North-West University, South Africa. He also serves as an Adjunct Professor of Economics for Master’s and Doctorate Programmes at Monarch Business School, Monarch University, Hagendorn, Zug, Switzerland. Previously, he worked as a Professor of Economics at the Department of Economics, University of the Western Cape, Cape Town, South Africa. He also served as Professor and the Coordinator, Joint African Master's Programme (JAMP), Harold Pupkewitz Graduate School of Business at the Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST). He also worked as the Head of Economics, Department of Business Studies, the Papua New Guinea University of Technology, Papua New Guinea. Prof. Rena earned his Ph.D. from the Department of Economics, Osmania University, Hyderabad, India, with an achievement of University Gold Medal (for the Best Ph.D. candidates/ thesis in the field of Economics/ Commerce/ Business Management). He obtained his M.A., B.Ed., M.Phil., Ph.D from Osmania University and B.A., and LL.B., from Kakatiya University, Warangal, India. He got the prestigious Award of the Best Researcher 2011 from Namibia University of Science and Technology and also the recipient of the esteemed Award -Man of the Year 2012 which was bestowed upon him by the American Biographic Institute (ABI), USA. Based on his extraordinary research contributions, American Historical Society, USA has been enlisted his profile in the World Who is Who International. He serves as the Chairman of the Panel of Judges for Economics of the Global UnderGraduate (UA) Award based in Dublin, Ireland, United Kingdom. He wrote 10 books and published more than 120 articles in reputed National and International peer-reviewed Journals. Besides, he has published more than 150 articles in Newspapers and Magazines and Websites and presented over 40 papers in the national and international conferences and seminars. He is the founding Editor-In-Chief of an International Journal of Education Economics and Development (IJEED) and Associate Editor of African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development (AJSTID) which are IBSS and Scopus indexed Journals published by Inderscience, UK and Taylor and Francis UK respectively. He serves as an Editorial Board Member for many reputed Journals. He has been a Keynote Speaker for various national and international conferences in Europe, America, Africa and Asian continents. As of December 2019, his author Rank is 5,399 out of 438,702 of Social Science Research Network (SSRN),USA in which he is among the top 1.3% researchers in the world. He has widely written in the areas of Economics of Education, Development Economics and Inclusive growth, Globalization and Higher Education, Microfinance, Rural Entrepreneurship, WTO, Sustainable development, FDIs, development aid in Africa. He supervised Ph.Ds, M.Phils and Masters’ theses and dissertations across the globe. He served many academic and professional committees as a Chairman and as a Panel Member. He is also been an external examiner/moderator for Masters and Ph.D of different Universities of Africa, Europe, Asia, America and Australia. He traveled to over 40 countries in the world.

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