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Kwiek Marek (Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu)
Tytuł
Reformy uniwersytetów europejskich. Państwo dobrobytu jako brakujący kontekst badań i polityki publicznej
The Reforms of European Universities. Welfare State as a Missing Context for Research and Public Policy
Źródło
Człowiek i Społeczeństwo / Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu. Wydział Nauk Społecznych, 2015, t. 39, s. 165-196, bibliogr. 67 poz.
Tytuł własny numeru
Nauki humanistyczne i społeczne w defensywie czy w ofensywie?
Słowa kluczowe
Państwo, Dobrobyt, Szkolnictwo wyższe
State, Prosperity, Higher education
Uwagi
summ.
Abstrakt
W prezentowanym tekście koncentruję się na powiązaniach między programami reform i ich uzasadnieniem z jednej strony w szkolnictwie wyższym, a z drugiej w usługach społecznych świadczonych w ramach państwa do brobytu w Europie. Lekcje płynące z doświadczeń dawnych i aktualnych reform państwa dobrobytu mogą okazać się przydatne w zrozumieniu aktualnych i nadchodzących reform szkolnictwa wyższego. Badania dotyczące europejskich państw dobrobytu i ich reform stanowią bowiem brakujący kontekst badań europejskich uniwersytetów poddawanych w ostatnich dziesięcioleciach permanentnej presji reform. Niniejszym tekstem planuję wypełnić tę lukę i zwięźle przeanalizować możliwe powiązania między tymi dwoma, w znacznej mierze odrębnymi, obszarami badań.(fragment tekstu)

This paper is focused on the links between reform agendas and their rationales in higher education and in welfare state services across Europe. Lessons learnt from past and ongoing welfare state reforms can be useful in understanding ongoing and future higher education reforms. Research on reforming European welfare states is a missing context in research on reforming European universities. We intend to fill this gap and briefly explore possible links between these two largely isolated policy and research areas. European universities and European welfare states are closely linked today because they are heavily dependent on public funding - and the competition for public funding between the different claimants to it is on the rise. Reforms of both sectors are also closely linked to increasing intergenerational conflicts over public resources in aging societies, and pressures on both sectors are linked to the shrinking tax base, the power of the neoliberal ideology, and changing social attitudes to both welfare and universities. Problems of both sectors and solutions to them are increasingly being defined at a global level through transnational reform discourses.(original abstract)
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