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Piotrowska-Piątek Agnieszka (Statistical Office in Kielce, Poland)
Attitudes of Institutions Of Higher Education in Poland Towards Regional Development Processes. Analysis of Their Missions and Development Strategies
Journal of Economics & Management / University of Economics in Katowice, 2015, nr 22, s. 162-175, rys., tab., bibliogr. 16 poz.
Szkolnictwo wyższe, Rozwój regionalny, Strategia rozwoju gospodarczego, Edukacja
Higher education, Regional development, Economic development strategy, Education
This article presents results of the research whose aim was to determine attitudes of higher education institutions (HEIs) in Poland towards cooperation with the socio-economic environment at the regional level. Missions and strategies available on HEIs' websites were examined using one of sociological research methods - content analysis. The collected documents were subjected to a quantitative and qualitative analysis to identify the directions and areas of this cooperation. The study conducted showed a strong connection between the commitment to regional development processes and the type of HEI (public academic HEIs, state higher vocational schools and private HEIs).(original abstract)
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