Front Cover

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Title Page

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Copyright Page

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Table of Contents

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List of Tables

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Preface and Acknowledgements

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pp. vii-xvi

This is a case study of market-based reform at a single university— Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda. But the study also illuminates . . .

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Chapter One - The reform Process: The First Phase

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pp. 1-50

Uganda was exceptional among British twentieth century colonies to have a resident university. Makerere University, first established as a vocational . . .

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Chapter Two - Winners and Losers

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pp. 51-117

In the early 1990s, the Faculty of Arts represented the epicentre of the crisis in the University. Student applications to the Faculty were . . .

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Chapter Three - Commercialisation

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pp. 118-192

I have made a distinction between privatisation and commercialisation. Privatisation was an external relationship between the . . .

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Chapter Four - Decentralisation

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pp. 193-254

Decentralisation was central to the reform process from the outset. We have seen that this process unfolded in the context of dire . . .

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Conclusion - Higher Education and the Public University in an Independent Africa

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pp. 255-269

To appreciate the full significance of the Makerere reform, it is necessary to place it in a wider historical context. That context will allow . . .

Bibliography

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pp. 270-289

Index

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pp. 291-296

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