Bologna, Universities and Bureaucrats
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26, Higher Education Dynamics

The high level Douro seminars are now a well-established tradition in the annual activities promoted by Hedda, a European consortium of nine centres and ins- tutes devoted to research on higher education, and CIPES, its Portuguese associated centre. At the seminars, each member of a small group of invited researchers presents and discusses an original research-based paper that is revised afterwards taking into account the comments of the participating colleagues. The revised papers form the basis for the annual thematic book published by Springer in the book series called Higher Education Dynamics (HEDY). Paying tribute to the regularity of the seminars, it was decided that the volumes originating from the initiative would be collected in a 'series in the series' called the Douro Series. Previous seminars were dedicated to in-depth analyses of different aspects of higher education systems and institutions, including institutional governance, the emergence of managerialism, markets as instruments of public policy, cost-sharing and accessibility of students to higher education and developments in quality assurance. The present volume aims at analysing the change process which the European university is undergoing as a consequence of European integration efforts. In the case of higher education, these have materialised, amongst other things, in the - plementation of the Bologna process, while the Lisbon summit also has important consequences for the university. In March 2000, the Lisbon European Council set the goal for the EU to become the most competitive and dynamic knowledge-based society in the world by 2010.
Apropos to the Bologna process and Lisbon agenda, this book dissects higher education policymaking in the EU; it provides case studies focused on how higher education systems respond to external pressure for change that originated from the integration process.
Offers a unique critical view of European higher education policies by well-known higher education researchers
List of Contributors. Preface; ALBERTO AMARAL AND PETER MAASSEN. INTRODUCTION. European Integration and the Europeanisation of HigherEducation; PETER MAASSEN AND CHRISTINE MUSSELIN. PART I - THE MANY FACES AND LEVELS OF HIGHER EDUCATION POLICY MAKING IN THE EUROPEAN UNION. The Bologna Process as Alpha or Omega, Or, On Interpreting History and Context as Inputs to Bologna, Prague, Berlin and Beyond; GUY NEAVE. Process, Persistence and Pragmatism: Reconstructing the Creation of the European University Institute and the Erasmus Programme, 1955-89; ANN CORBETT. Boomerangs and Trojan Horses: The Unintended Consequences of Internationalising Education Policy Through the EU and the OECD; KERSTIN MARTENS AND KLAUS DIETER WOLF. Networking Administration in Areas of National Sensitivity:
The Commission and European Higher Education; ÅSE GORNITZKA. Policy Implementation Tools and European Governance; AMÉLIA VEIGA AND ALBERTO AMARAL. The Mission Impossible of the European University: Institutional Confusion and Institutional Diversity; JÜRGEN ENDERS AND HARRY DE BOER. PART II - BENEATH THE ARROW: THE RESPONSE OF HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEMS AT THE NATIONAL LEVEL. The Side Effects of the Bologna Process on National Institutional Settings: The Case of France; CHRISTINE MUSSELIN. The Implementation of the Bologna Process in Italy; ROBERTO MOSCATI. Europeanisation of Higher Education Governance in the Post-communist Context: The Case of the Czech Republic; PETR PABIAN. Parallel Universes and Common Themes: Reforms of Curricular Governance in the Bologna Context; JOHANNA WITTE. CONCLUSIONS. On Bologna, Weasels and Creeping Competence; ALBERTO AMARAL AND GUY NEAVE.

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