Planning for Higher Education Journal

U.S. Universities in Japan: Some Painful Lessons

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From Volume 24 Number 1 | Fall 1995
By Marge Graves

Examines the rapid expansion of U.S. branch campuses in Japan in the 1980s and early 1990s, of which nearly two-thirds have now closed. Based on an in-depth study of seven campuses and nearly 50 interviews, the author identifies common problems and makes recommendations for establishing branch campuses overseas.

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