States, Markets, and Academic Entrepreneurialism
Note on the Author
Professor Marek Kwiek is the founder (2002) and director of the Center for Public Policy Studies, and a Chairholder, UNESCO Chair in Institutional Research and Higher Education Policy at the University of Poznań, Poland. A higher education researcher and higher education policy analyst, with strong background in political philosophy and political sciences. His research interests include university governance, globalization and higher education, supranational and European educational policies, welfare state and public sector reforms, transformations of the academic profession, and academic entrepreneurialism. He has published about 110 articles and book chapters and authored or edited 11 books; recently, he authored two monographs: University Transformations. Institutional Change and Educational Policies in Europe (2010, 450 pp., in Polish), and The University and the State: A Study into Global Transformations (2006, 424 pp.) and co-edited two books: The Modernisation of European Universities. Cross-National Academic Perspectives (with A. Kurkiewicz, 2012) and National Higher Education Reforms in a European Context: Comparative Reflections on Poland and Norway (with P. Maassen, 2012). He published articles in such journals as Science and Public Policy, European Educational Research Journal, Comparative Education Review, European Journal of Higher Education, Compare, Higher Education, Higher Education in Europe, Higher Education Management and Policy, and others. He has been a higher education policy expert to the European Commission, USAID, OECD, World Bank, UNESCO, OSCE, Council of Europe, UNDP, as well as national governments and individual academic institutions in a dozen of transition countries. He has participated in about 20 international (global and European) research projects,...
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