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Prof Bill Massy

Honorary Professorial Fellow

Professor Emeritus of Educaiton and Business Administraiton, Stanford University

Professor Massy's contributions to higher education are well-known. His publications Planning Models for Colleges and Universities, Resource Allocation in Higher Education, Honoring the Trust: Quality and Cost Containment in Higher Education, and Academic Quality Work: A Handbook for Improvement, have become standards in their respective fields, and his many papers in these areas are highly regarded. He was a member of the US National Academy of Sciences panel on "Measuring Higher Education Productivity" and co-authored the report. His most recent book, Reeingineering the University: How to be Mission Centered, Market Smart, and Margin Conscious provides recommendations and models for boosting teaching effectiveness, controlling cost, and optimizing academic investments.

Formerly Vice-President for Business and Finance and Vice-Provost (Research) at Stanford, Professor Massy holds a PhD in economics and MS in management from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and a BS from Yale University. He was a member of the Hong Kong University Grants Committee for twelve years and is an experienced auditor with the Australian Universities Quality Agency, conducting institutional audits for ANU, Bond University, RMIT University and the University of Melbourne.