MJIEL Vol 2 Issue 3 2005 - A1

Abstract

The liberalization of education under GATS has been in the middle of an academic battle. While the WTOs opponents argue that it is a threat to public and good education, its supporters defend that it as a useful instrument to promote education in an organized and safe way. The main problem is to understand to what extent GATS is, in fact, a real menace to governmental power to adopt internal measures necessary to achieve policies which aim to provide education responsive to national values, culture and needs.


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