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Country of origin and country of service delivery effects in transnational higher education: a comparison of international branch campuses from developed and developing nations
(Taylor and FrancisTaylor and Francis, 2016)
Over the last decade, international branch campuses have been established by universities from developing countries as well as developed countries. Little research has been conducted into students’ perceptions of branch ...
The effects of employee commitment in transnational higher education: the case of international branch campuses
Higher education is a labor intensive activity and strong organizational performance depends upon employee commitment. This study analyses antecedents and consequences of employee commitment in universities that are involved ...
The effects of social identification and organizational identification on student commitment
(Taylor and Francis, 2016)
The purpose of this research is to investigate the effects of social and organizational identifications on student commitment, achievement and satisfaction in higher education. The sample comprised 437 students enrolled ...