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A b s t r a c t It is widely assumed that higher education systems converge across economically advanced countries, and the term "globalisation" is often for claiming that a bundle of factors implying modernisation and worldwide competition are the drivers of convergence. Surveys of the academic profession undertaken jointly in a substantial number of countries in the 1990s and in recent years provide the opportunity of examining whether scholars at institutions at higher education note andoi:10.14413/herj2014.01.04 fatcat:vr6ou6shk5gcpc3aci3meiszfi