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Mark Curcher

Please Martin, plenty of table-thumping. There is not enough of it these days. Seriously, an interesting project, I look forward to reading more and setting that against my experiences of education and living in the Middle East and now Finland.


If you want to preserve a global perspective on this, you might look at Haklev's dissertation on OCW in China, which is a fascinating study of how different cultural assumptions shaped the type of openness they got: http://reganmian.net/top-level-courses/Haklev_Stian_201009_MA_thesis.pdf

I'm excited to read this book, and hope you write it!


Mrs. Weller,
Tear down that tollroad!

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