Peking University’s Involvement in Chinese Education Development in Collaboration with Multilateral Agencies

Event: Policies for Promoting Employment of University Graduates in the People's Republic of China (PRC)

Peking University’s Involvement in Chinese Education Development in Collaboration with Multilateral Agencies

14 June 2016
Author / Speaker: 
Weifang Min, Institute of Economics of Education Peking University
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Peking University has partnered with several multilateral agencies for education development. It has collaborated with agencies such as the Asian Development Bank, Ford Foundation, UNESCO, and World Bank  in projects that tackle education development for the poor, private education development, and improving university effectiveness. These partnerships have become more crucial for the PRC especially since it now needs to address more challenging, more complicated, and necessary structural changes to strengthen education for economic transformation.  

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China, People's Republic of
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