Author: Michelle Stack and Caroline Shenaz Hossein

Caroline Shenaz Hossein (pictured) is an associate professor and the interim Director of the Institute for Inclusive Economies and Sustainable Livelihoods at the University of Toronto, Scarborough. She is currently housed in the department of global development studies and is cross-appointed to the graduate program of Political Science at the University of Toronto and Founder of Diverse Solidarity Economies (DISE) Collective. She has held visiting professorships at Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia, University of Guyana, UWI St. Augustine, Trinidad and Jadavpur University, India. Michelle Stack is an associate professor in the department of educational studies at The University of British Columbia, Vancouver Campus. She has research interests in cooperatives, social solidarity economies, university rankings, and knowledge translation. She is also the author of Global University Ranking and the Mediatization of Higher Education, editor of Global University Rankings and the Politics of Education, and co-editor of a book with Dr. André Mazawi, Course Syllabi in Faculties of Education Bodies of Knowledge and their Discontents, International and Comparative Perspectives.

Universities Should Reimagine Governance Along Co-Operative Lines
Higher Education Reform
May 20, 2024

Universities Should Reimagine Governance Along Co-Operative Lines

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