The Interplay between European Ideas, Domestic Policies, and Institutional Practices
Jelena Branković is a doctoral student at the Department of Sociology of the Ghent University. Previously she worked as a researcher at the Centre for Education Policy in Belgrade, where she mainly worked on projects on higher education, focusing on the Western Balkans region. In 2010, she graduated from the Higher Education Master Programme jointly offered by the University of Oslo, the University of Tampere, and the University of Aveiro. Her research interests lie in the domain of governance, organisation and change in higher education. Contact: email@example.com
Maja Kovačević is an assistant professor at the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Political Sciences (International Studies Department) on the courses European Integration – Developments and Problems, European Union Common Foreign and Security Policy, European Union Enlargement Policy, European Union as a Global Actor. Previously she was a researcher at the Institute of Economic Sciences, head of the European Integration Office of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, and researcher on several Serbian and international projects. Her research fields include: governance of the EU, EU enlargement, EU and Western Balkans, EU Common Foreign and Security Policy. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Peter Maassen is professor at the University of Oslo, Director of HEDDA (Higher Education Development Association) and leader of Higher Education: Institutional Dynamics and Knowledge Cultures research group at the Department of Education of the University of Oslo. His main research interests include: higher education policy, university reforms, European integration, institutional autonomy. Contact: email@example.com
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