Mine Sources

after David Ridley

Educate against marketisation
such a shared path unite against
neo-liberalism & the perfect fodder
human capital machines the monopoly
of finance capitalism kick against
the well paid administrative entrepreneur
leadership red exclamation point on
Friday p.m. communications
governance reform to democratise
collegiality community co-operative
alternatives to a de-professionalised service
workers external to investment
regional regeneration for sustainable
growth a radical modernising vision



Andrew Taylor

Source: David Ridley, Markets, Monopolies and Municipal Ownership: The Political Economy of Higher Education in Thirteen Theses and Thirteen Short Pieces (Thanks for Your Ears, 2019)





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