THE podcast: 19-25 January 2017 issue review

The latest edition of Times Higher Education discussed by the editorial team

January 19, 2017
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Are some universities looking to purchase the co-authorship of research papers to improve their reputation? What does the future hold for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology president L. Rafael Reif in the Donald Trump era? And where do the world's top CEOs go to university?

All these questions are looked at in the latest Times Higher Education issue review podcast. Chris Parr is joined by reporters Ellie Bothwell, John Elmes and Jack Grove.

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