With the processes of inter- and intranationalization, higher education in Hong Kong has been rapidly expanding in an effort to develop the city into a regional education hub. This article explores the trends and developments of higher education research (HER) in Hong Kong in the context of inter- and intranationalization. By drawing on the data from the Scopus database, this article analyzes a selection of journal articles on higher education published in Hong Kong over the past three decades. Findings show that significant growth and some new outputs have been seen in the field during the study period. In addition, local researchers have complied with the rule by forming more transnational and intranational research teams and by conducting more non-local studies. Interestingly, many of them have not abandoned local collaboration and studies, but they further developed their roots. These findings reveal that some internal signs of cosmopolitanization have been recorded in the field. Copyright © 2015 International Association of Universities.
|Journal||Higher Education Policy|
|Early online date||Nov 2015|
|Publication status||Published - Dec 2015|
CitationLo, W. Y. W., & Ng, F. S. K. (2015). Trends and developments of higher education research in Hong Kong: In pursuit of a cosmopolitan vision. Higher Education Policy, 28(4), 517-534.
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