Frankfurt/M., Berlin, Bern, New York, Paris, Wien, 1998. 231 pp., 3 fig., 9 tab.
Contents: Erich Leitner: Higher Education in Transition - Claudius Gellert: Social Changes, Politics and Higher Education
- Maurice Kogan: Knowledge about Higher Education for its Different Stakeholders - Don Westerheijden: Researchers and Policy
Makers in Higher Education in East Central Europe - Peter Darvas: Institutional Innnovations in Higher Education in East and
Central Europe - a Progress Report - Barbara Sporn: Adaption Processes at Universities: Organizational Implications of a Complex
Environment - Jana Hendrichová: Typical Features of Education and Education Reforms in Central Europe - Erich Leitner: The
Power of the Professoriate - Politics and Higher Education Reform in Austria - Ireneusz Bialecki: Autonomy of Higher Education
Institutions and Reforms - the Polish Case - Elzbieta Wnuk-Lipiñska: Academic Staff Facing a Changing University - Ewa Szemborska:
Changes in the Market of Educational Services in Poland - Tamás Kozma: New Challenges of Tertiary Education in East-Central
Europe - János Setényi: Policy-Development and Educational Research: The Hungarian Experience - Sonja Kump: Renewal of Higher
Education in Slovenia with Special Attention to Quality - Mária Hrabinská: The Progress of Education and Higher Education
Reform in Slovakia - Natalia Kovaleva: Intellectual Elite and Population of Russia about Problems of Education and Personnel
Training - Igor Folvarochny: Development of Higher Education Reform in the Ukraine - Ioan Neacsu: Higher Education in Romania.
The Imperatives of Reform - New Paradigms, New Options, New Strategies - Nickolay B. Popov: Higher Education Reform in Bulgaria.