Higher Education and the Nation State
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This book contains a number of cross-national analyses of policies and policy-processes regarding higher education. Design, dynamics and outcomes of a variety of policies are studied at both the national and the institutional level. The theoretical perspectives on which the empirical studies are mainly based are founded in public administration, political science, economics, and sociology. Comparisons are made within Europe, and between Europe, the United States and Australia. Next to comparative insights in higher education policy, the book also offers up-to-date and comparable information on these higher education systems. The book is highly relevant for administrators, policy-makers,…
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing Limited
Publication date: 4/6/2001
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.25" tall
|List of Contributors
|Introduction: Europe: The Pioneer Or The Exception?
|The European Dimension in Higher Education: An Excursion into the Modern Use of Historical Analogues
|The Changing Context of Coordination in Higher Education: The Federal-state Experience in the United States
|The Role and Position of Research and Doctoral Training in the European Union
|Higher Education in the Process of European Integration, Globalizing Economies and Mobility of Students and Staff
|'Our' Colleges for Post-compulsory Education: Observations on a Subdued Debate
|The Higher Education Policy of the European Union: With or Against the Member States?