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This index presents terms and concepts relevant to discussion of similarities and differences in higher education, especially universities, between the United Kingdom and the United States over the last thirty years, in an increasingly global academic world. The British and American systems of higher education have been mirroring each other and converging since the 1980s. The universities in the UK and the UK constitute a specific 'Anglo-Saxon model': a single economic, structural, social and ideological system shared by both countries.

Keywords: Anglo-Saxon model; United Kingdom; United States

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