Global Higher Education

Our Publications

BOOKS:

Lane, J.E. (Ed.). (2014). Building a smarter university: Innovation, analytics, and big data. Albany, NY: SUNY Press.

Lane, J.E., & Johnstone, D.B. (Eds.). (2012). Colleges and universities as economic drivers: Measuring higher education’s contributions to economic development. Albany, NY: SUNY Press.

Lane, J.E., & Kinser, K. (2011). Multinational colleges and universities: Leading, governing, and managing international branch campuses. San Francisco: Jossey Bass.

Kinser, K., Levy, D.C., Casillas, J.C.S., Bernasconi, A., Slantcheva-Durst, S., Otieno, W., Lane, J.E., Praphamontripong, P., Zumeta, W., & Lasota, R. (2010). The global growth of private higher education. ASHE Higher Education Report, 36(3).

REFERREED JOURNAL ARTICLES:

Zhang, L., & Kinser, K. (in press). Independent Chinese-foreign collaborative universities and their quest for legitimacy. Chinese Education and Society.

Lane, J.E. (2015). Embassies of knowledge: International Branch Campuses as physical export of International Relations. International Studies Review.

Kinser, K., & Lane, J.E. (2014). Managing the oversight of international branch campuses in higher education. Higher Education Management and Policy, 24(3), 161-176.

Borgos, J.C. (2013). Using Principal-Agent Theory as a framework for analysis in evaluating the multiple stakeholders involved in the accreditation and quality assurance of International Medical Branch Campuses. Quality in Higher Education, 19(3), 173-190.

Farrugia, C.A., & Lane, J.E. (2013). Legitimacy in cross-border higher education: Identifying stakeholders of international branch campuses. Journal of Studies in International Education, 17(4), 414-432.

Lane, J.E., Kinser, K., & Knox, D. (2013). Regulating cross-border higher education: A case study of the United States. Higher Education Policy, 26, 147-172.

Lane, J.E., & Kinser, K. (2011). Reconsidering privatization in cross-border engagements: The sometimes public nature of private activity. Higher Education Policy, 24, 255-273.

Lane, J.E. (2011). Importing private higher education: International branch campuses. Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis, 13(4), 367-381.

CHAPTERS:

Lane, J.E., Kinser, K., & Zhang, L. (submitted). Cross-border educational accountability: Navigating accountability expectations when educational provision crosses borders. In E. Hazelkorn (Ed.), Research handbook on quality, performance and accountability in higher education. Edward Elgar Press: Northampton, MA.

Lane, J.E., & Kinser, K. (2016). Rankings, higher education internationalisation and national strategies: Trade-offs, policy levers, and intended outcomes. In E. Hazelkorn (Ed.), Global rankings and the geo-politics of higher education (pp. 258-273). Taylor & Francis: Abingdon, UK.

Lane, J.E. (2015). Higher education internationalization: Why governments care. In E. Ullberg (Ed.), New perspectives on internationalization and competitiveness: Integrating economics, innovation, and higher education (pp. 17-30). Springer: New York.

Lane, J.E., Farrugia, C.A., & Kinser, K. (2014). Establishing, developing, and closing international branch campuses. In M. Magnan, M. Soderqvist, H. van Liempd, & F. Wittmann (Eds.), EAIA handbook on internationalization. European Association of International Educators.

Kinser, K. (2014). Questioning quality assurance. New Directions for Higher Education: Critical Perspectives on Global Competition in Higher Education, 2014(168), 55-67.

Owens, T.L., & Lane, J.E. (2014). Cross-border higher education: Global and local tensions within competition and economic development. New Directions for Higher Education: Critical Perspectives on Global Competition in Higher Education, 2014(168), 69-82.

Lane, J.E. (2014). The local impact of international branch campuses: educational, economic, and diplomatic factors. In The Future of Higher Education in the UAE: Innovation and Knowledge Production. Abu Dhabi: Emirates Center for Strategic Studies and Research.

Lane, J.E., & Kinser, K. (2014). International joint and double-degree programs. In L.E. Rumble, R.M. Helms, P.M. Peterson, & P.G. Altbach (Eds.), Global opportunities and challenges for higher education leaders: Briefs on key themes (pp. 59-62). Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers. [Republished from Lane, J.E., & Kinser, K. (2012). International joint and double-degree programs. International Briefs for Higher Education Leaders, No. 2. Washington, DC: American Council on Education and Boston College Center for International Higher Education.]

Lane, J.E., & Bhandari, R. (2014). Measuring higher education internationalization. In J.E. Lane (Ed.), Building a smarter university: Data, big data, and analytics. Albany, NY: SUNY Press.

Lane, J.E., Farrugia, C.A., & Kinser, K. (2014). Managing international branch campuses. In M. Magnan, M. Soderqvist, H. van Liempd, & F. Wittmann (Eds.), EAIA Handbook on Internationalization.

Lane, J.E., & Owens, T.L. (2014). Fostering economic competitiveness in China and the US: Untangling the web of competing regulations and interests. In L. Qi & C. Gerstl-Pepin (Eds.), Survival of the fittest: The shifting contours of higher education in China and the United States (pp. 13-28). Berlin: Springer-Verlag.

Lane, J.E. (2013). The systemness of internationalization strategies: How higher education systems are aiding institutions with globalization. In J.E. Lane & D.B. Johnstone (Eds.), Higher education systems 3.0: Harnessing systemness, delivering performance. Albany, NY: SUNY Press.

Lane, J.E., & Kinser, K. (2013). Cross-border higher education in Africa: Collaboration and competition. In A.W. Wiseman & C.C. Wolhuter (Eds.), The development of higher education in Africa: Prospects and challenges. United Kingdom: Emerald Group Publishing.

Lane, J.E. (2013). Why governments should care about the internationalization of higher education. In M.V. Larinova & O. Perfilieva (Eds.), Rationales for internationalization. Moscow: Logos Publishing House [published in Russian].

Lane, J.E. (2013). Partnerships and outposts: A new role for U.S. colleges and universities in Latin America. In J. Balan (Ed.), Latin America’s new knowledge economy: Higher education, government, and international partnerships. New York: Institute for International Education.

Lane, J.E., & Owens, T.L. (2012). The international dimensions of economic development. In J.E. Lane & D.B. Johnstone (Eds.), Universities and colleges as economic drivers: Measuring and building success. Albany, NY: SUNY Press.

Lane, J.E. (2011). Global expansion of international branch campuses: Managerial and leadership challenges. New Directions for Higher Education: Multinational Colleges and Universities – Leading, Governing, and Managing International Branch Campuses, 2011(155), 5-17.

Kinser, K. (2011). Multinational quality assurance. New Directions for Higher Education: Multinational Colleges and Universities – Leading, Governing, and Managing International Branch Campuses, 2011(155), 53-64.

Lane, J.E., & Kinser, K. (2011). The cross-border education policy context: Educational hubs, trade liberalization, and national sovereignty. New Directions for Higher Education: Multinational Colleges and Universities – Leading, Governing, and Managing International Branch Campuses, 2011(155), 79-85.

Lane, J.E. (2010). Joint ventures in cross-border higher education international branch campuses in Malaysia. In D.W. Chapman & R. Sakamoto (Eds.), Cross border collaborations in higher education: Partnerships beyond the classroom. New York: Routledge Publishing.

Lane, J.E., Brown II, M.C., and Pearcey, M.A. (2004). Transnational campuses: Obstacles and opportunities for institutional research in the global education market. New Directions for Institutional Research: Unique Campus Contexts – Insights for Research and Assessment, 2004(124), 49-62.

BOOK REVIEWS:

Crombie-Borgos, J., & Kinder, K.. (2012). American universities in a global market place [Review of the book American universities in a global market place, edited by C.T. Clotfelter]. The Review of Higher Education, 35(2), 338-340.

Lane, J.E. (2007). Transnational education: Issues and trends in offshore higher education [Review of the book Transnational education: Issues and trends in offshore higher education, by G. McBurnie & C. Ziguras]. The Review of Higher Education, 31(1), 119-120.

POLICY REPORTS, ESSAYS, AND OTHER PAPERS:

Clifford, M., & Kinser, K. (2016). How much autonomy do branch campuses really have? International Higher Education, 87, 7-9.

Kinser, K., & Lane, J.E. (2016). International branch campuses: Evolution of a phenomenon. International Higher Education, 85, 3-5.

Garrett, R., Kinser, K., Lane, J.E., & Merola, R. (2016). International branch campuses: Trends and developments, 2016. London: The Observatory for Borderless Higher Education and Cross Border Education Research Team.

Lane, J.E., Owens, T., & Kinser, K. (2015). Cross border higher education, international trade, and economic competitiveness. Prepared for i-LEAP.

Lane, J.E., Krebs, K., & Thompson, L. (2015). Leveraging system assets to strengthen campus internationalization: strategic planning and the role of leadership. International Briefs for Higher Education Leaders, 5. Washington DC: Center for International Higher Education and American Council on Education.

Kinser, K. (2015). Tomorrow’s globally engaged university. International Educator, 52-54.

Lane, J.E., & Kinser, K. (2014). Transnational education: A maturing phenomenon. EAIA Forum, 8-10.

Lane, J.E., & Owens, T.L. (2014). State engagement in higher education internationalization efforts: What should international officers know? Durham, NC: Association of International Education Administrators.

Lane, J.E., Owens, T.L., and Ziegler, P. (2014). States go global: State government engagement in higher education internationalization. Albany, NY: The Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government.

Kinser, K. (in press). Technology and internationalization: Implications and impact. NAFSA Trends & Insights.

Lane, J.E., & Kinser, K. (2014). Transnational education. Amsterdam: European Association for International Education.

Zhang, L., Kinser, K., & Shi, Y. (2014). World economies and the distribution of international branch campuses. International Higher Education, 77, 8-9.

Kinser, K., & Lane, J.E. (2013). Being or building: Branch campuses and cross border higher education capacity development. IIE Networker, 43-44.

Kinser, K., & Lane, J.E. (2013). The problems with cross-border quality assurance. International Higher Education, 73, 18-19.

Lane, J.E., & Kinser, K. (2013). Five models of branch campus ownership. International Higher Education, 70, 9-11.

Farrugia, C.A. (2012). International branch campus quality in a segmented quality assurance environment. Ras Al Khaimah, UAE: Al Qasimi Foundation.

Kinser, K., & Lane, J.E. (2012). Seeing the forest beyond the branch (campus). University World News, 227.

Kinser, K., & Lane, J.E. (2012). Foreign outposts of colleges and universities. International Higher Education, 66, 2-3.

Lane, J.E., & Kinser, K. (2012). International joint and double-degree programs. International Briefs for Higher Education Leaders, 2, 23-25.

Kinser, K., & Lane, J.E. (2010). Deciphering “educational hubs” strategies: Rhetoric or reality. International Higher Education, 59, 18-19 [published in English & Chinese].

Lane, J.E. (2010). Higher education, free zones, and quality assurance in Dubai. Dubai: Dubai School of Government.

Kinser, K., & Green, M. (2009). The power of partnerships: A transatlantic dialogue. Washington, DC: American Council on Education.

Lane, J.E., Kinser, K., & Knox, D. (2009). Interstate regulation of public cross-border higher education entities. Houston, TX: Institute for Higher Education Law and Governance.

Green, M.F., Kinser, K., & Eckel, P.D. (2008). On the ground overseas: U.S. degree programs and branch campuses abroad. Washington, D.C.: American Council on Education.

Lane, J.E., & Kinser, K. (2008). The private nature of cross-border higher education. International Higher Education, 53, 11-13.

DISSERTATIONS

Crombie-Borgos, J. (2013). An examination of interconnectedness between U.S. international branch campuses and their host countries (Doctoral dissertation). University at Albany, Albany, NY.