Globalisation, Consumption and the Learning Business
Distance Education Volume 16, Number 2, ISSN 0158-7919
Distance open learning represents both an outcome of and a primary factor in globalization. Despite investment in infrastructure, software, and human resources, demand for distance open learning in the European market remains constrained. The European Union's policies conceptualize a "European economic space" that ignores the real processes of decision making in the workplace and learning environment. (Author/AEF)
Field, J. (1995). Globalisation, Consumption and the Learning Business. Distance Education, 16(2), 270.