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Author
Szołtysek Bożena (Małopolska Szkoła Wyższa w Brzesku i Tarnowie)
Title
Nowe trendy w polityce dotyczącej szkolnictwa wyższego w krajach europejskich
New Trends in the European Countries' Higher Education Policy
Source
Myśl Ekonomiczna i Polityczna, 2012, nr 4 (39), s. 180-196, rys., bibliogr. 11 poz.
Keyword
Szkolnictwo wyższe, Polityka oświatowa
Higher education, Education policy
Note
streszcz., summ., rez.
Abstract
Celem artykułu jest zbadanie nowych trendów w polityce krajów europejskich w zakresie szkolnictwa wyższego. Analiza jest podzielona na trzy części. Część 1 jest przyjrzeniem się siłom napędowym zmian w szkolnictwie wyższym z perspektywy polityki na szczeblu europejskim. Część 2 przedstawia analizę siedmiu różnych trendów w europejskim szkolnictwie wyższym. Część 3 podsumowuje analizę, ilustrując, jak te trendy, w powiązaniu z celami strategicznymi określonymi przez polityków na szczeblu europejskim i krajowym, popychają szkolnictwo wyższe w kierunku systemu rynkowego, świadomego kosztów i zorientowanego na osiąganie wyników. (abstrakt oryginalny)

The purpose of the article is to examine new trends in the policy of European states towards higher education. The analysis is broken down into three sections. Section 1 looks at the drivers of change in higher education from the policy perspective at the European level. Section 2 analyzes seven distinct trends in the European higher education. And section 3 concludes the discussion by illustrating how these trends, in combination with the strategy goals set out by politicians at the European and national level, are pushing the European higher education towards a more market-driven, cost-conscious and results-oriented system. (original abstract)
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ISSN
2081-5913
Language
pol
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