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Higher education policies in Central and Eastern Europe

Michael Dobbins

Higher education policies in Central and Eastern Europe

convergence towards a common model?

by Michael Dobbins

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Published by Palgrave Macmillan in Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Educational change,
  • Higher Education,
  • Education and state,
  • Case studies

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMichael Dobbins
    SeriesTransformations of the state, Transformations of the state
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLA628 .D63 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 233 p. :
    Number of Pages233
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24881913M
    ISBN 100230291392
    ISBN 109780230291393
    LC Control Number2010050727
    OCLC/WorldCa691204362

    The changes in Central and Eastern Europe caused by upheavals at the beginning of the s had great impact on the formation and implementation of educational : Wolfgang Mitter. Policy Directions for Professional Higher Education in Central and South-Eastern Europe Confidential Not to be distributed outside of the partnership. Report from the 2nd PHE Excellence Forum to Vis, Croatia

    The UNESCO European Centre for Higher Education/Centre européen pour l'enseignement supérieur (CEPES) promotes co-operation and provides technical support in the field of higher education among UNESCO's Member States in Central, Eastern and South-East Europe.   The initiative is designed to help give research universities in eastern and central Europe a voice during Leru’s interactions with the European Commission. The group wants to show policy makers that there is “more that unites research universities than divides them”, according to Bert van der Zwaan, ad interim chair of Leru.

    Recommended Citation. Fideler, David and Farkas, Mária () "Pusztai's "Religion and Higher Education in Central and Eastern Europe" - Book Review," Occasional Papers on Religion in Eastern Europe: Vol. Iss.3, Article : David Fideler, Mária Farkas. The Professional Higher Education Excellence in Central and South-Eastern Europe (PROCSEE) project is a policy-oriented project, aimed at strengthening the provision of professional higher education, by strengthening the policy-work conducted by umbrella organizations representing professional higher education institutions in Central and South.


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This article analyzes these questions by focusing on Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries. Because of its tumultuous and inconsistent path of development and the Cited by: DOBBINS, Michael, DOBBINS, Michael, ed., Higher Education Policies in Central and Eastern :Palgrave Macmillan UK.

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The structures and institutions of higher education (HE) across Europe are currently subject to tremendous pressures. Contrary to many other areas, international and, in particular, European influences on national policymaking in higher education (HE) have remained limited. This picture, however, changed fundamentally from the late s onward.

In  A political science perspective on higher education reform in Central and Eastern Europe. Examines the impact of historical institutions and transnational networking on institutions of higher education and assesses whether Poland, the Czech Republic, Bulgaria and Romania are converging towards a common model of market-based : Palgrave Macmillan UK.

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MICHAEL DOBBINS* and CHRISTOPH KNILL* Contrary to many other areas, international and, in particular, European influences on national policymaking in higher education (HE) have remained limited.

This picture, however, changed fundamentally from the. transition reforms and policy analysis in higher education, it addresses the new realities of global capitalism, inequitable distribution of power between the industrialized nations and the rest of the world, and the ways in which this power distribution impacts higher education systems in Central and Eastern Europe.

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This book focuses in particular on changes to governance patterns in Poland, the. Higher Education Policies in Central and Eastern Europe: Convergence toward a Common Model.

In this book, higher education policy change is conceived as the result of the tug-of-war between historically embedded institutions and the transnational mechanisms of policy convergence Cited by: 1. TY - JOUR. T1 - Book review: Klaus Hüfner (ed.) Higher Education Reform Processes in Central and Eastern Europe.

T2 - Frankfurt am Main, New York: E Lang. ISBN Author: Don F. Westerheijden. Abstract: This articles examines factors that underscored higher education reforms in Central and Eastern Europe during the transition period from toand present the major themes in the literature.

The study explores higher education reforms in three national settings – Hungary, Romania and the Republic of Moldova. project, PHE, policy, challenges, PROCSEE, professional higher education, report, SCEE, South and Central Eastern Europe Share Policy Challenges for Professional Higher Education in Central and South-Eastern Europe.for higher education, primarily in Central and Eastern Europe, through the provi-sion of advice to single countries on legal matters and by the search for a deeper understanding of shared problems by the organization of workshops, the commis-sioning of studies, and the providing of documentation.

The idea is to remedy such problems as.Higher education therefore were kept back in its initial phase where it still served only the few.

While on the one hand higher education were saved from mass movements, on the other hand it was under strict control of the national labour planning. It is a system of higher education that faces today the rapid change of East-Central Europe.