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Title: Globalization and Higher Education
Authors: Kwiek, Marek
Keywords: globalization
higher education
welfare state
nation-state
German idea of the university
power and knowledge
modern university
university restructuring
university reforms
corporate university
public sector
university funding
competition
public resources
social contract
educational policy
Humboldtian university
German Idealism
philosophical foundations
public services
Issue Date: 2001
Citation: Higher Education in Europe, vol. XVI, no.1, Spring 2001, pp. 27-39.
Abstract: The question of the role of higher education in society and culture today is linked, in this article, with two parallel processes: the questioning of the nation-state in the global age and the gradual decomposition of the welfare state in the majority of the OECD countries. What is currently happening is, first, a major redefinition of the general responsibilities of the state vis-a` -vis the familiar type of society characterized by the welfare state and, second, a major revision in thinking about the role of the state in contemporary politics and economies brought about by globalization processes (and hence the possible demise of the nation-state). The modern German-inspired university in the form in which it exists in Europe is certainly affected by the two processes. The aim of this article is to discuss higher education in this particular context.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10593/9988
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