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European Higher Education Institutions in the 21st Century: What Prospects?

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Volume LXXXVIII, Spyridon Flogaitis / Athanassios Kyriazis (eds.), “European Higher Education Institutions in the 21st Century: What Prospects?”

 

This publication features the proceedings of an International Conference organised by the European Public Law Center (now European Public Law Organization), under the auspices of the Ministry of National Education and Religious Affairs of the Hellenic Re­public, on: “European Higher Education Institutions in the 21st Century: What Prospects?”, held in 2006. The Conference aimed at conveying to Greece the at­tainments, reforms, successes but also failures, in other words the experi­ences of many and important European states in the field of Higher Education Institutions, which have entered a new era.

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

 

SUMMARY
FOREWORD
WELCOME ADDRESS
S. FLOGAITIS, Professor of Administrative Law, Faculty of Law, University of Athens, Director of the European Public Law Center
OFFICIAL OPENING
M. GIANNAKOU, Minister of National Education and Religious Affairs
ADDRESSES
A. LOVERDOS, Member of the Hellenic Parliament, Former Minister
J. DE GROOF, President of the European Association of Education Law and Policy
INTRODUCTION TO THE CONFERENCE’S THEME
S. FLOGAITIS, Professor of Administrative Law, Faculty of Law, University of Athens, Director of the European Public Law Center
EUROPEAN HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS
R. FINOCCHI GHERSI, The Administration of Italian Universities: Recent Developments
J. TORENBEEK, Future Prospects on Mobility in the Framework of the Reform Processes within European University Systems
K. FASSOULIS, European Higher Education Institutions in the 21st Century: What Prospects? - The Debate on the Reform of the Greek University
P. J. J. ZOONTJENS / J. DE GROOF, ‘National’ and ‘Public’ Higher Education in an International Context
S. MORISON / A. O’BOYLE / S. WALSH, New Approaches to Learning in Higher Education in the UK
C. LINDE, The Swedish University System - From Traditional Symbols to Future Challenges. A Short Overview
A. PILNIOK, A System in Transition - Changing Governance Structures of German Universities

 

CONTRIBUTION
J. DE GROOF, Governing, Planning, Structuring and Regulating the System of Higher Education Institutions. National Casus - International Perspectives
CONCLUDING REMARKS
A. I. POTTAKIS, European Higher Education Institutions in the 21st Century: What Prospects? - Concluding Remarks

 

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