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|Title:||Responding to Higher Education Change through the Lens of Governance, Risk Management and Compliance (GRC): the Case of Autonomous Public Universities in Thailand|
|Keywords:||Public autonomous universities|
Risk management and compliance
Chiang Mai University
|Publisher:||Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Chiang Mai University|
|Citation:||ASR: Chiang Mai University.Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities 1,1 (Jan-Dec 2014), p.39-56|
|Abstract:||Due to changes in the economic, political and educational landscape in Thailand over the past 15 years, higher education institutions are being mandated to shift from fully public, civil service entities to autonomous, quasi-public universities that require significant management changes. This research considers the likely challenges associated with future educational impacts and utilizes a case study at the College of Arts, Media and Technology, Chiang Mai University to show the current ‘as-is’ and desired ‘to-be’ management scenarios. The paper investigates potential solutions through the lens of a Governance, Risk Management and Compliance (GRC) framework to facilitate sustainability within Thailand’s affiliated universities. While the management challenges of higher education are specific to individual faculties and universities, the case study presented in this paper acts as a microcosm of Thailand’s higher education challenges. The aim of this paper is to promote discussion and consideration of the likely challenges and solutions to Thailand’s changing higher education.|
|Description:||ASR (Asian Social Research) was first launched in 2014 by Chiang Mai University. However, it has a longer history, with its genesis in 2002 as part of Chiang Mai University Journal.This journal was split into two in 2007, with the formation of ASR's predecessor, the Chiang Mai University Journal of social Sciences and Humanities, which was later restyled as ASR in 2014, and began publishing online in 2015.|
|Appears in Collections:||CMUL: Journal Articles|
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