On the Agenda – Week 01, 2014

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10 januari 2014 | Is there a ‘College Bubble’, and if it exists, will it pop? Also in this week’s ‘on the agenda: Forget the BRICs, here are the MINTs. Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria and Turkey are ready to boom.

Take 1 – College Bubble

@WSJ: How the College Bubble Will Pop

@TheAtlantic: No, the ‘College Bubble’ Isn’t Popping

@Forbes: There’s No College Tuition ‘Bubble’: College Education Is Underpriced

Take 2 – MINTs

@Guardian: Forget the BRICs and the Civets, Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria and Turkey are the new kids on the block

@WorldBank: In Indonesia, better governance linked to improved student learning

@MaRSDD: Start-up makes higher education accessible for Sub-Saharan Africans

Take 3 – EU

@Beerkens: “The ‘democratic deficit’ in Brussels was all-too present in the shaping of Horizon 2020″

@EU_Commission: Hot tech: 7 Greek Start-ups You Need To Know About!

@ESUtwt: Are young Europeans too reliant on credit and debt?

…and this week on ScienceGuideEU

@ScienceGuideEU: This week many climate records were broken. Could climate engineering normalize the weather or disrupt it further?   

@ScienceGuideEU:  As Canada dismantles its science libraries, some see a parallel with Ray Bradbury’s ‘Fahrenheit 451’


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