European Integration in the Knowledge Domain – Taking Stock and Forward Outlook

European Union
 
Governance
 
Higher Education
 
Institutions
 
Integration
 
Knowledge
 
Policy Analysis
 
Public Policy
 
Panel Number
P115
Panel Chair
Martina Vukasovic
Ghent University
Panel Co-Chair
Peter Maassen
Universitetet i Oslo
Panel Discussant
Åse Gornitzka
Universitetet i Oslo
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Time
07/09/2017 11:00
Location
Building: BL16 Georg Morgenstiernes hus Floor: 2 Room: GM 206
Abstract
The panel will focus on the process and outcomes of European integration in the knowledge domain, in particular higher education and research. The discussion will be structured around the research agenda outlined in one of the most cited volumes on the issue (Maassen & Olsen, 2007) which, amongst other, highlighted the need to go beyond environmental determinism and strategic choice and treating Europe as sui generis, and suggested to focus on complex ecology of processes, institutional frictions and contestations, as well as to consider European integration in relation to the transformation of the social pact between society and university. The panel will be organized around conceptual contributions which (1) take stock of the research done on this topic in the last 10 years, (2) consider the extent to which research responded to the agenda outlined in the volume and developments in ‘mother disciplines’ (i.e. European studies, comparative politics), and (3) propose extensions or refinements of the research agenda for the future.

Paper List


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Going beyond Europe: What does Comparative Regionalism offer to European Integration in the Knowledge Domain? View Paper Details
Inter-institutional Tensions in Multi-level Governance of Higher Education: European and National Level Ideas, Capabilities and Realities View Paper Details
'It’s a bit Complicated' – National-level Contestations over Higher Education as a Filter for European-level Ideas View Paper Details
Towards Better Theoretical and Empirical Understanding of Change Dynamics in European Higher Education View Paper Details
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