Internationalization of higher education research in the Greater Bay Area of China: Building capacities, alleviating asymmetries

Anatoly V. OLEKSIYENKO, Jie LIU, Christy NGAN

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Abstract

Internationalization is known to enhance university capacities in cross-border learning and encourage institutional transformations for improved quality of scholarship and education. Studies on internationalization of research and teaching are, however, under-problematized with regard to asymmetries that pervade different collaborating systems and cultures. This paper addresses this gap by elucidating asymmetries in the Greater Bay Area of China (GBA), which is dealing with differences in legacies and experiences of internationalization in university research and teaching. At a time when the governments in the three constituent jurisdictions of GBA—Guangdong Province, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR), and Macao SAR—encourage universities to collaborate across jurisdictional borders, this study applies a bibliographic analysis to shed light on asymmetries and mitigation strategies in internationalization of research and teaching. Copyright © 2024 John Wiley & Sons Ltd.

Original languageEnglish
Article numbere12502
JournalHigher Education Quarterly
Early online dateMar 2024
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2024

Citation

Oleksiyenko, A. V., Liu, J., & Ngan, C. (2024). Internationalization of higher education research in the Greater Bay Area of China: Building capacities, alleviating asymmetries. Higher Education Quarterly, Article e12502. https//doi.org/10.1111/hequ.12502

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