Henry Rosovsky is an economic historian, specializing in East Asia, and Harvard University administrator.
"An extraoridnary gift for discerning major issues. . . . Mr. Rosovsky tackles the big public issues about postsecondary education today-curriculum and the dread canonicity, tenure with its potential stagnation, research versus teaching, the admissions process in elite institutions-in set pieces that are unfailingly informative." -- Linda Bradley Salamon - New York Times Book Review