Lepori Benedetto (2008). Â« Options et tendances dans le financement des universitĂ©s en Europe Â». Critique internationale, nÂ° 39, avrilâ€”juin, p. 25–46. En ligne : <http://www.cairn.info/r ... tionale-2008-2-p-25.htm>.
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BibTeX citation key: Lepori2008a
|Categories: Enseignement supĂ©rieur
Keywords: marchĂ© de l'Ă©ducation, universitĂ©
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"T he analysis contained in this article is based on empirical data for about 100 universities in eight European countries. The findings show that it is erroneous to speak of state withdrawal, widespread recourse to the private sector funding as a primary source (with the partial exception of the United Kingdom), or of an overall decrease in available resources. However, a trend can be noted toward a more market-based and competitive allocation of public resources. But most countries except for the UK seem to be seeking trade-offs that, while introducing competitive and selective elements, essentially preserve most of the continental model of higher education. The latter is characterized by an active state role in institutional management, largely free access to higher education and limited specialization of institutions as regards their mission (education vs. research) and their reputation (international vs. regional)."
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