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A Study of Utilizing Capital Market into Higher Education Finance in Taiwan
Capital market;Higher education;Higher education finance
|Issue Date: ||2013-07-11T03:15:33Z
In recent years, since government deregulated higher education and empowered the universities autonomy, the universities in Taiwan became more self-governance to manage their resources and control their budgets simultaneously. By examining many developed countries, they have experienced successfully integrating the resources from capital market to expand education budgets; therefore it can be expected Taiwan’s higher education will go forward at the same way to get the resources from the public. The purpose of this study was to investigate the feasibility of applying capital market into higher education finance in Taiwan. To learn from those developed countries, this
study came up four methods not only to improve the universities’ finance but also sustain higher education management: (1) Issuing higher education bonds for collecting school developing funds. (2) Investing university fund to higher earning capital market rather than just deposit the money in saving accounts. (3) Allowing to establish the entrepreneur universities. (4) Deriving active funding strategies for attracting people willingness to donate financial resources to universities. To strength the higher education finance in Taiwan, this study strongly urged the Taiwan government to enlarge the flexibility of university funds. Under this circumstance, each university can reach its own optimal financial status via using capital market.
|Relation: ||教育政策論壇, 10(1):101-131|
|Appears in Collections:||[商業教育學系] 期刊論文|
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