Curaj, Adrian

European Higher Education at the Crossroads

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Table of contents

1. Going Beyond Bologna: Issues and Themes
Peter Scott

2. Reconsidering the EHEA Principles: Is There a “Bologna Philosophy”?
Pavel Zgaga

3. Principles, Problems, Politics … What Does the Historical Record of EU Cooperation in Higher Education Tell the EHEA Generation?
Anne Corbett

4. Institutional Autonomy and the Attractiveness of the European Higher Education Area – Facts or Tokenistic Discourse?
Terhi Nokkala

5. Tensions in the Policy Objectives of the European Higher Education Area? Public Good and Public Responsibility Versus Service Liberalisation: Equality Versus Institutional Diversity
Elsa Hackl

6. Implications of the Bologna Process for Equity in Higher Education
Marina Elias Andreu, John Brennan

7. Academic Values Against the Commodification of Higher Education
Klemen Miklavič

8. Education as Transformation – Transforming European Higher Education
Hanne Smidt

9. Time for Student-Centred Learning?
Koen Geven, Angele Attard

10. Widening Access to Higher Education – What Can EUROSTUDENT Say About the New Challenges Emerging for Teaching and Learning?
Dominic Orr

11. The Embedding of the European Higher Education Reform at the Institutional Level: Development of Outcome-Based and Flexible Curricula?
Åsa Lindberg-Sand

12. Mobility, ECTS and Grades: Problems with the Comparability of Grades
Michael Huber

13. On the Tracks of Students and Graduates: Methods and Uses of Tracking Procedures in the European Higher Education Area
Kai Muehleck

14. Quality Assurance and the European Transformational Agenda
Andrée Sursock

15. External Quality Assurance Between European Consensus and National Agendas
Achim Hopbach

16. Many Voices, One Song: The Role of Discipline-Based Europe-Wide Evaluation Tools in Emphasising Enhancement and Promoting the Modernisation Agenda of the EHEA
Jeremy Cox

17. A Snapshot on the Internal Quality Assurance in EHEA
Tia Loukkola

18. Internalizing Quality Assurance in Higher Education: Challenges of Transition in Enhancing the Institutional Responsibility for Quality
Mihai Păunescu, Bogdan Florian, Gabriel-Marian Hâncean

19. European “Transparency Instruments”: Driving the Modernisation of European Higher Education
Ellen Hazelkorn

20. Consequences of the Student Participation in Quality Assurance
Fernando Miguel Galán Palomares

21. Mobility Key to the EHEA and ERA
Peter Hijden

22. Student Mobility in Europe: Recent Trends and Implications of Data Collection
Bernd Wächter, Irina Ferencz

23. The Offspring of a Mobile Generation: Students with an Immigrant Background in Higher Education
Chripa Schneller

24. Student Mobility Between Europe and the Rest of the World: Trends, Issues and Challenges
Hans Wit

25. Student Mobility in the EU – Recent Case Law, Reflections and Recommendations
Sacha Garben

26. The PhD in Europe: Developing a System of Doctoral Training That Will Increase the Internationalisation of Universities
Conor O’Carroll, Lewis Purser, Magdalena Wislocka, Sinead Lucey, Nina McGuinness

27. Student Mobility in Europe: The Informational Value of Official Statistics and Graduate Surveys
Ulrich Teichler

28. Internationalisation and Competitiveness of Universities Through Different Types of Researchers’ Mobility – Facing the Future
Snežana Krstić

29. Governance Within the EHEA: Dynamic Trends, Common Challenges, and National Particularities
Robin Middlehurst, Pedro Nuno Teixeira

30. A Cross-National Comparison of Higher Education Markets in Western Europe
Harry Boer, Ben Jongbloed

31. Tools and Implementation for a New Governance of Universities: Understanding Variability Between and Within Countries
Catherine Paradeise

32. University Governance in Changing European Systems of Higher Education
Roberto Moscati

33. The Decline of an Academic Oligarchy. The Bologna Process and ‘Humboldt’s Last Warriors’
Hans Pechar

34. The Changing Conceptions of Student Participation in HE Governance in the EHEA
Manja Klemenčič

35. Higher Education Reforms in Europe: A Comparative Perspective of New Legal Frameworks in Europe
Alberto Amaral, Orlanda Tavares, Cristina Santos

36. A Policy Gap: Financing in the European Higher Education Area
Liviu Matei

37. Accountability and the Public Funding of Higher Education
Kata Orosz

38. European Universities Diversifying Income Streams
Enora Bennetot Pruvot, Thomas Estermann

39. Who Is to Pay for Mobile Students?
Marcel Gérard

40. Entrepreneurialism and Financing for Improved Academic Enterprise in Higher Education: Coaching for Leadership and Innovation Reflecting True Demand
James A. Powell, Beliz Ozorhon

41. Relating Quality and Funding: The Romanian Case
Adrian Miroiu, Lazăr Vlasceanu

42. Refocusing the Debate on Diversity in Higher Education
Sybille Reichert

43. “Everyone Wants to Be Like Harvard” – Or Do They? Cherishing All Missions Equally
Ellen Hazelkorn

44. Institutional Diversification and Homogeneity in Romanian Higher Education: The Larger Picture
Liviu Andreescu, Radu Gheorghiu, Viorel Proteasa, Adrian Curaj

45. U-Map, University Activity Profiles in Practice
Frans Kaiser, Marike Faber, Ben Jongbloed

46. How to Measure Institutional Profiles in the Norwegian HE Landscape
Ole-Jacob Skodvin

47. Diversity of Higher Education in Europe and the Findings of a Comparative Study of the Academic Profession
Ulrich Teichler

48. Transmodern Journeys: Futures Studies and Higher Education
Ziauddin Sardar

49. Multiple Futures for Higher Education in a Multi-level Structure
Attila Havas

50. Systemic Foresight for Romanian Higher Education
Liviu Andreescu, Radu Gheorghiu, Marian Zulean, Adrian Curaj

51. Re-imagining the Role and Function of Higher Education for Alternative Futures Through Embracing Global Knowledge Futures
Jennifer M. Gidley

52. The Politics and Consequences of Eurocentrism in University Disciplines
Vinay Lal

53. Is Bologna Sustainable in the Future? Future Testing the Bologna Principles
Eddie Blass

Keywords: Education, Higher Education, International and Comparative Education, Educational Policy and Politics

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