Higher education in the United States rules the world. What's wrong with it?
Theme: Intangible economy
Subject Article: "The Day the Purpose of College Changed: After February 28, 1967, the main reason to go was to get a job."
Other Links: 1. "Modules on Foucault. Ch I: on history."
2. Book review of "Alexander Nehamas, The Art of Living: Socratic Reflections from Plato to Foucault."
3. "Historical Migration of the Young, Single, and College Educated: 1965 to 2000."
4. "Michel Foucault, THE ORDER OF THINGS. An Archeology of the Human Sciences. A translation of Les Mots et les choses (1966)."
5. "AALS Panel on the 50th Anniversary of the 1965 Immigration Act."
6. "NYU Eats World: An alumna laments the rise of an imperial university."
7. "The Management of Universities of Constant or Decreasing Size."
8. "Higher Education Cuts Jeopardize Students' and Arizona's Economic Future."
Postscript: For the sake of reducing the number of terms invented, I'm abandoning "legacy economy" and adopting the BEA approved "intangible economy". I recently blogged about the intangible economy.