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《Research in Higher Education of Engineering》 2018-04
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On the Policy Value of Cumulative Expenditure per Student in Higher Vocational Colleges among OECD Countries

Gao Juan;Ma Luting;  
The term that cumulative expenditure per student of higher vocational colleges is used to reflect all cultivating cost of each learner over diversified development period of HVE in OECD.Based on the analysis of the cumulative expenditure data of higher vocational colleges in OECD countries from 1997 to 2011,it is found that there is input inertia in the cumulative expenditure per student and its primary influencing factor is annual expense per student of the country.Then,countries with cumulative input in growth tend to have different paths and different goals of developing higher vocational education.In addition,the main functions of higher vocational education gradually improve from stimulating economic growth to maintaining social stability and to promoting students to continue studies at different stages of economic and social development.Furthermore,the overall outlay per student of 2011 in China is close to the average funding level of OECD countries corresponding to China's actual development.It is predicted that the whole defray per student will continue to show a growing trend in the future in China.Finally,some suggestions are put forward,such as adding average duration(in years),cumulative cost per student to the current funding index system of HVE and so on.
【CateGory Index】: G719.2
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