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Such an agency, called the National Institute for Evaluation, was indeed set up in 2000. It is presently focusing on public institutions and not on private institutions because the government wants to align the allocation of public funds for higher education more closely with the socio-economic needs of the main Japanese stakeholders. The re-allocation of funds on the basis of institutional performance is also intended to strengthen the global competitiveness of Japanese universities. In practice this means that the former imperial universities as ‘key institutions of graduate schools’ have received up to 25% more funding each year, while the other public institutions have received no extra funding.