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Marek Kwiek – Curriculum Vitae (2013)


Born: 17/09/1966, Poznań, Poland

Academic title: (Full) Professor and Director

Work: Center for Public Policy Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Poznań University,
Ul. Szamarzewskiego 89, 60-569 Poznań, Poland

Website: http://cpp.amu.edu.pl/kwiek/publications.html

E-mail: kwiekm@amu.edu.pl

1. Academic career:

Assistant Professor, 1995-2001, Poznań University, Poland (UAM); PhD: 1995, Habilitation: 1999;
University Professor 2001-2009, UAM; Full Professor 2009-, UAM.

Center for Public Policy Studies, UAM, Director

2002-

UNESCO Chair in Institutional Research and Higher Education Policy, Chair holder

2012-2016

Visiting Professorial Fellow, Institute of Education, University of London

2012-2013



2. Author of 8 Research Monographs

(5 in English), editor of 4 edited volumes (3 in English), and 110 papers and book chapters (about 50 in English). In the last 5 years, 90% of publications in English.
Papers translated into 9 languages: English, French, German, Spanish, Chinese, Russian, Turkish, Slovak and Ukrainian.


Research Monographs (Selection from 8).

  1. Knowledge Production in European Universities. States, Markets, and Academic Entrepreneurialism. 486 pp. Frankfurt and New York: Peter Lang. 2012.
  2. Transformacje uniwersytetu. Zmiany instytucjonalne i ewolucje polityki edukacyjnej w Europie [Universities’ Transformations. The Institutional Change and Shifts in Educational Policy in Europe]. Poznan: Wydawnictwo Naukowe UAM [AMU Scientific Publishers]. 448 pp. 2010.
  3. The University and the State. A Study into Global Transformations. 424 pp. Frankfurt and New York: Peter Lang. 2006. Translated into Ukrainian and published by: Taxon Publishing House: Kiev. 384 pp. 2009.
  4. Intellectuals, Power, and Knowledge. Studies in the Philosophy of Culture and Education. 301 pp. Frankfurt and New York: Peter Lang. 2004.

Edited books:

  1. Marek Kwiek and Andrzej Kurkiewicz, eds. The Modernization of European Universities. Cross-National Academic Responses. 360 pp. Frankfurt and New York: Peter Lang. 2012.
  2. Marek Kwiek and Peter Maassen, eds. National Higher Education Reforms in a European Context: Comparative Reflections on Poland and Norway. 244 pp. Frankfurt and New York: Peter Lang. 2012.
  3. Kwiek, Marek, ed. The University, Globalization, Central Europe. 260 pp. Frankfurt and New York: Peter Lang. 2003.

3. International Collaborative Research Projects (Selected) -

national team leader/ partner in 20 global and European collaborative research projects. Multi-year, theme-based research collaborations.


LARGE-SCALE:

2012-2009 – national team leader, European Science Foundation (ESF), Academic Profession in Europe: Responses to Societal Challenges (EUROAC), coordinated by Ulrich Teichler (Kassel University), 7 EU countries.

2013-2009 – national team leader and Board Member, EU “Marie Curie Initial Training Network” EDUWEL – Education and Welfare, 7th FP, coordinated by Hans-Uwe Otto (Bielefeld University), 8 EU countries.

2012-2009 – national team leader, Board Member, 7th FP, Making Capabilities Work (WORKABLE) coordinated by Hans-Uwe Otto (Bielefeld University), 12 EU countries.

2009-2007 – national team leader, Board Member, European Union Erasmus/LLL Programme GOODUEP – Good Practices in University-Enterprises Partnerships, coordinated by Jose-Gines Mora, TU Valencia, 6 EU countries.

2007-2004 – national team leader and Board Member, European Union European Universities for Entrepreneurship – Their Role in the Europe of Knowledge, STREP Project in 6th Framework Programme, coordinated by Michael Shattock and Gareth Williams, Institute of Education, the UK, 6 EU countries.

2004-2001 – team member, PROPHE: Program for Research on Private Higher Education, EAPS, State University of New York at Albany, USA, Ford Foundation, coordinated by Daniel C. Levy, 15 countries globally.

2001-2000 – team member, The Academic Profession in a Changing International Environment, Center for International Higher Education, Boston College, USA, funded by Ford and Rockefeller Foundations, coordinated by Philip G. Altbach, 17 countries globally.


SMALLER-SCALE:

2012-2017 – a grant from the NCN (Polish National Research Council), Maestro project: The Programme for Research in International Comparative Higher Education.

2011-2013 – partner, Network of Experts on Social Aspects of Education and Training (NESET, EC/DG Education and Culture Project), chaired by Sally Power, Cardiff University, UK.

2010-2012 – national team leader, Institutional Learning within Transborder University Cooperation and Its Contribution to European Integration (BORDERUNI), funded by German-Polish Foundation for Research, coordinated by Heidi Fichter-Wolf, IRS Leibniz Institute, Erkner, Germany.

2011-2009 – coordinator, EEA Grants/Norway Grants, Polish Higher Education and the European Higher Education and Research Areas (NORPOL), with Peter Maassen, Oslo University, Norway.

2007-2011 – partner, Network of Experts in Social Sciences of Education and Training (NESSE, EC/DG Education and Culture project), chaired by Roger Dale, Bristol University, the UK.

2008-2007 – team member, The Belgian Government – Ministry of Education (Bologna Process BENELUX 2009), Beyond Bologna Process 2010, coordinated by B. Kehm, J. Huisman, and B. Stensaker.

2005-2002 – team member, European Union Erasmus GENIE Network (Globalization and Education Network in Europe), coordinated by Susan Robertson, University of Bristol, the UK.

2003-2002 – team member, The International Attractiveness of the Academic Profession, the Dutch government, coordinated by Jürgen Enders, CHEPS, Twente University, the Netherlands, 12 EU countries.

2003-2002 – team member, Doctoral Degrees and Qualifications in the Context of the European Higher Education Area, coordinated by Jan Sadlak, UNESCO-CEPES, 15 European countries.

2003-2002 – team member, European Association for Education Law and Policy (ELA) project, Legal Framework of New Governance in Education Throughout Europe, hosted by College of Europe, Brugges, coordinated by Jan De Groof, 10 European countries.

2002 – team member, National Systems of Scientific Personnel Training, Mutual Acknowledgement of Academic Qualifications and Academic Degrees in the Countries of Central and Eastern Europe, International Renaissance Foundation (IRF – Soros Foundation), Kiev, Ukraine (chaired by G. Kasianov and Taras Finikov)

2001-2000 – team member, The Academic Profession in a Changing International Environment, Center for International Higher Education, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, USA, funded by the Ford and Rockefeller Foundations (headed by Philip G. Altbach)

2000 – grantee, International OSI Policy Fellowship, Center for Policy Studies, Central European University (CEU), Budapest, research project about The Identity Crisis. Polish Higher Education in Transition.


4. International Fellowships -

three academic years spent at North American universities. Winner in competitions for highly prestigious research fellowship: a global Fulbright New Century scholar, a Fulbright scholar, a Reagan-Fascell Democracy Fellow, an International Open Society Institute Policy Fellow.


2008-2007 – a global “Fulbright New Century Scholar”, working under D. Bruce Johnstone, NCS Distinguished Leader, in a global Fulbright Foundation project Higher Education in the 21st Century: Equity and Access (Poznan/SUNY Buffalo, USA, 12 months).

2003-2002 – a Reagan-Fascell Democracy Fellow, International Forum for Democratic Studies, National Endowment for Democracy (NED),Washington, DC, USA, Reforming Higher Education in Central and Eastern Europe and Democratic Values, 6 months.

2000 – an International Open Society Institute Policy Fellow, Center for Policy Studies, Central European University (CEU), Budapest, The Identity Crisis. Polish Higher Education in Transition (hosts: Y. Elkana, V. Tomusk, P. Darvas, 12 months).

2000-1999 – a visiting professor, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary (1 semester).

1999 – a visiting scholar, Kennedy Institute for North American Studies, Free University, Berlin (2 months).

1997-1996 – a Kosciuszko Foundation postdoctoral visiting scholar, University of California at Berkeley, USA (host: Martin Jay, 6 months).

1996 – a Canadian Faculty Research Award Program visiting researcher, McGill University, Montreal, Canada (host: Charles Taylor, 2 months).

1995-1994 – a Fulbright Foundation visiting scholar, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, USA (host: Richard Rorty, research assistant to Richard Rorty, 10 months).


5. Academic Honors, Membership in International Networks and Associations.


2012 – Editorial Board Member, European Journal of Higher Education.

2011 – General Editor, a book series Higher Education Research and Policy, Peter Lang, Frankfurt/New York.

2005 – Editorial Board Member, Higher Education Quarterly.

2004 – Editorial Board member, European Educational Research Journal.

(as well as 5 Polish academic journals).


Reviewer for: Research Policy, Comparative Education Review, Management Learning, European Educational Research Journal, and Higher Education Quarterly.


Member of: EASST (European Association for the Study of Science and Technology); ERNOCRU (European Research Network on Civic Role of Universities); RERIES (European Network for Research and Innovation in Higher Education); EEPN (European Education Policy Network); GUNI (Global University Network Initiative); EERA (European Educational Research Association); and EAIR (European Higher Education Society).


6. Invited Presentations to Peer-reviewed, International Conferences (Selection).

  1. Ljubljana, Slovenia. Internationalisation and globalisation processes and their impact on national higher education systems. “Higher Education, Politics and Demographics in the Times of Educational Contraction”. November 2011.
  2. Sopot, Poland. Keynote Speaker. Polish EU Presidency Conference: The Modernization of Higher Education, “The Growing Complexity of the Academic Enterprise. Challenges Ahead”. October 2011.
  3. Berlin, Germany. ECER – the annual European Conference on Educational Research. Chair: “Europeanisation of Higher Education”). September 2011.
  4. Ann Arbor, USA. University of Michigan. Towards a European Higher Education Area: Bologna Process and Beyond, “Equitable Access to Higher Education”, March 2009.
  5. Ghent, Belgium. University of Ghent. General Rapporteur. Bologna 2020 - Unlocking Europe's Potential - Contributing to a Better World. “Conclusions from a General Rapporteur”. May 2008.
  6. Buffalo, USA. State University of New York at Buffalo. Fulbright New Century Scholars First International Conference. “Equitable Access to Higher Education”, March 2007.
  7. London, Great Britain. Institute of Education – University of London. CHES Invited Lecture: “On Accessibility and Equity, Market Forces, and Entrepreneurship: Developments in Higher Education in Central and Eastern Europe”. December 2006.
  8. Dublin, Ireland. University College. Keynote Speaker. Annual conference European Educational Research Association (EERA): Education and Knowledge Economies, “The University and the State: Renegotiating the Traditional Social Contract?”, September 2005.

7. Organisation of International Conferences.

  1. Steering Committee, member of Groupe 38, The 21st Century University: Higher Education and Global Transitions. Orleans, France. 15-17 December, 2012.
  2. Main organizer and Keynote Speaker, Polish EU Presidency Conference: The Modernization of Higher Education, Sopot, Poland, 23-25 October 2011.
  3. Co-organizer, Scientific Board member, International Higher Education Congress: New Trends and Issues. 25-27 May 2011, Istanbul, Turkey.
  4. Co-organizer, Scientific Board member of an international conference: Curating the European University, KULeuven, Belgium, 10-11 February 2011.
  5. Co-organizer of an international Doctoral School: Geographies of Knowledge, Geographies of Power. University of Bristol, Gregynog, the UK, 18-20 January 2006.
  6. Co-organizer of an international Doctoral School: CHEPS Summer School 2004: Innovation and Governance in Higher Education and Research. Twente Universiteit, Enschede, the Netherlands, 5-9 June 2004.

8. Major Contributions to the Early Careers of Researchers.

Main supervisor of 10 PhD students in 2000-2012. Holder of 2 national research grants for PhD students while supervising their theses. Currently, supervising 5 PhD students, including 3 “Marie Curie Early Stage Researchers” (2010-2013) in the 7th FP project EDUWEL. Co-organizer of 2 International Doctoral Summer Schools (2004, the Netherlands; 2006, the UK) and organizer of an International Doctoral Winter School in Education and Welfare for PhD students from 12 countries (Poznan, January 2012). PhD committee member at SUNY/Albany (2012), Bielefeld/Germany (2012) and Twente/CHEPS/the Netherlands (2006). In 2009-2012, he has fully funded through his research grants about 60 international travels to seminars and conferences of his PhD students and young PhDs.


9. Higher Education Policy Projects -

team member (mostly team leader) in 20 international higher education policy and reform projects funded by all major international organizations in 12 transition countries.


2006 – OECD (High-Level Expert Group, CERI – Center for Educational Research and Innovation, Paris), Globalisation, Market Forces and the Future of Higher Education (Paris, Stéphan Vincent-Lancrin)

2003 – OECD (High-Level Expert Group, CERI – Center for Educational Research and Innovation, Paris), The Future of the University Project (Kurt Larsen)

2002-2001 – the European Commission, HLEG (High Level Expert Group) STRATA expert group Developing Foresight for Higher Education/Research Relations in the Perspective of the European Research Area (ERA) – (chaired by Maurice Godelier, coordinated by Elie Faroult, DG Research)


10. Recent Papers (English Only):

  1. Forthcoming: The Changing Paths in Academic Careers in European Universities: Minor Stpes and Major Milestones. In: Academic Careers in Europe - Trends, Challenges, Perspectives. Tatiana Fumasoli, Gaele Goastellec and Barbara M. Kehm, eds. Dordrecht: Springer, 2013.
  2. Forthcoming: Social Perceptions vs. Economic Returns to Higher Education. In: Tamas Kozma, Magdolna Rebay and Eva Szolar (eds.), The Bologna Process in Central- and Eastern Europe. VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, Wiesbaden, 2013.
  3. Academic Work, Working Conditions and Job Satisfaction (with Dominik Antonowicz). In: Ulrich Teichler and Ester Ava Höhle (eds.), The Work Situation of the Academic Profession in Europe: Findings of a Survey in Twelve European Countries. Dordrecht: Springer, 2013. 37-54.
  4. From System Expansion to System Contraction. Access to Higher Education in Poland. Comparative Education Review. Vol. 57. No. 8. 2-26. Here. A short version in: Pavel Zgaga, Ulrich Teichler and John Brennan (eds.), The Globalisation Challenge for European Higher Education. Convergence and Diversity, Centres and Peripheries. Frankfurt and New York: Peter Lang, 2013. 233-258.
  5. Marketization, Privatization, and Declining Demographics: Their Impact on Polish Higher Education. International Studies in Education. Vol. 13. No. 3. 2013. 12-20.
  6. Les universités en contexte de mutations économiques et sociales. Une dépendance sans précédent? In: Alain Renaut (ed.), Observatoire européen des politiques universitaires. Politiques universitaires et politiques de développement. Paris: Presses de l’université Paris-Sorbonne (PUPS). 2013. 39-58.
  7. Universities, Regional Development and Economic Competitiveness: the Polish Case. In: Romulo Pinheiro, Paul Benneworth and Glen Jones (eds.), Universities and Regional Development. A Critical Assessement of Tensions and Contradictions. New York: Routledge. 2012.
  8. The Growing Complexity of the Academic Enterprise in Europe: A Panoramic View. European Journal of Higher Education. Vol. 2. Issue 2-3. 112-131. Here. Abstract here.
  9. Universities and Knowledge Production in Central Europe. European Educational Research Journal. Vol. 11. No. 1 (2012). 111-126. Here. Abstract here.
  10. Changing Higher Education Policies: From the Deistitutionalization to the Reinstitutionalization of the Research Mission in Polish Universities. Science and Public Policy. Vol. 39. Issue 5. 641-654. doi: 10.1093/scipol/scs042. Here. Abstract here.
  11. Public-Private Intersectoral Competition: Fees and Declining Demographics. Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education. Vol 42. Issue 1 (2012). 153-157. Here.
  12. Poland’s System: Contradiction and Implications. International Higher Education. Vol. 69. Fall 2012. 25-26. Here. PDF here.
  13. Academic Responses to the Modernisation Agenda of European Universities (with Andrzej Kurkiewicz). In: Marek Kwiek and Andrzej Kurkiewicz (eds.), The Modernisation of European Universities. Cross-National Academic Perspectives. Frankfurt and New York: Peter Lang. 2012. 19-26. Here.
  14. The Growing Complexity of the Academic Enterprise in Europe: A Panoramic View. In: Marek Kwiek and Andrzej Kurkiewicz (eds.), The Modernisation of European Universities. Cross-National Academic Perspectives. Frankfurt and New York: Peter Lang. 2012. 27-60 (a short version in: European Journal of Higher Education. First online: DOI:10.1080/21568235.2012.702477). Here.
  15. Concluding Remarks: European Strategies and Higher Education. In: Marek Kwiek and Andrzej Kurkiewicz (eds.), The Modernisation of European Universities. Cross-National Academic Perspectives. Frankfurt and New York: Peter Lang. 2012. 333-360. Here.
  16. Changes in Higher Education in European Peripheries and Their Contexts: Poland, Norway, and Europe (with Peter Maassen). In: Marek Kwiek and Peter Maassen (eds.), National Higher Education Reforms in a European Context: Comparative Reflections on Poland and Norway. Frankfurt and New York: Peter Lang. 2012. 11-40. Here.
  17. The Public/Private Dynamics in Polish Higher Education. Demand-Absorbing Private Sector Growth and Its Implications. In: Marek Kwiek and Peter Maassen (eds.), National Higher Education Reforms in a European Context: Comparative Reflections on Poland and Norway. Frankfurt and New York: Peter Lang. 2012. 127-154. Here.
  18. Higher Education Reforms and Their Socio-Economic Contexts: Shifting Funding Regimes and Competing Social Narratives. In: Marek Kwiek and Peter Maassen (eds.), National Higher Education Reforms in a European Context: Comparative Reflections on Poland and Norway. Frankfurt and New York: Peter Lang. 2012. 155-178. Here.
  19. Higher Education in Turbulent Times. Concluding Reflections (with Peter Maassen). In: Marek Kwiek and Peter Maassen (eds.), National Higher Education Reforms in a European Context: Comparative Reflections on Poland and Norway. Frankfurt and New York: Peter Lang. 2012. 227-242. Here.
  20. Universities and Knowledge Production in Central Europe. In: Paul Temple (ed.), Universities in the Knowledge Economy: Higher Education Organisation and Global Change. New York: Routledge. 2011. 176-195.
  21. Enabling Smart Growth for Poland Through Education and Skills Supply (with Nina Arnhold). In: Fueling Growth and Competitiveness in Poland Through Employment, Skills, and Innovation. Volume 2. Washington DC: World Bank. 2011. 97-130.
  22. Polish Private Higher Education, Politics, and Demographics. International Higher Education. No. 64. Summer 2011. 19-22.
  23. 21. Polish Private Higher Education, Politics, and Demographics. International Higher Education. No. 64. Summer 2011. 19-22.
  24. The Public-Private Dynamics in Higher Education. Demand-Absorbing Private Growth and Its Implications. Higher Education Forum. RIHE – Hiroshima. No. 8 (3). 2011. 121-147.
  25. Creeping Marketization: Where Polish Public and Private Higher Education Sectors Meet. In: Roger Brown (ed.), Higher Education and the Market. New York: Routledge. 2010. 135-146.
  26. Accessibility and Equity, Market Forces and Entrepreneurship: Developments in Higher Education in Central and Eastern Europe. In: Malcolm Tight (ed.), Higher Education. New York: Routledge. 2010.
  27. The Two Decades of Privatization in Polish Higher Education. Cost-Sharing, Equity and Access. In: Jane Knight (ed.), Financing Higher Education: Equity and Access. Rotterdam/Boston: Sense Publishers. 2009. 35-56. A shortened version in R. D. Reisz /M. Stock (Hrsg.), Die hochschule. Journal für Wissenschaft und Bildung. 2/2008. 94-113.
  28. What Is the Public Role of the University? A Proposal for a Public Research Agenda. European Educational Research Journal. Vol. 8. No. 2. 2009. 249-255. (with Gert Biesta, Graham Locke).
  29. The Changing Attractiveness of European Higher Education in the Next Decade: current developments, future challenges, and major policy issues. European Educational Research Journal. Vol. 8. No. 2. 218-235. A shortened version in Barbara M. Kehm et al., The European Higher Education Area: Perspectives on a Moving Target. Rotterdam/Boston: Sense Publishers. 2009. 107-124.
  30. Globalisation: Re-Reading Its Impact on the Nation-State, the University, and Educational Policy in Europe. In: Maarten Simons, Mark Olsen, Michael A. Peters (eds.), Re-Reading Education Policies. A Handbook Studying the Policy Agenda of the 21st Century. Rotterdam/Boston: Sense Publishers. 2009. 184-204.
  31. Academic Entrepreneurship vs. Changing Governance and Institutional Management Structures at European Universities. Policy Futures in Education. Vol. 6. No. 6. 2008. 757-770.
  32. Academic Entrepreneurship and Private Higher Education in Europe” In: Michael Shattock (ed.), Entrepreneurialism in Universities and the Knowledge Economy. Diversification and Organisational Change in European Higher Education. Maidenhead and New York: Open University Press. McGraw-Hill. 2008. 100-120.
  33. Accessibility and Equity, Market Forces and Entrepreneurship: Developments in Higher Education in Central and Eastern Europe. OECD. Higher Education Management and Policy. Vol. 20, no. 1. March 2008. 89-11.
  34. Higher Education and the Nation-State: Global Pressures on Educational Institutions”. International Journal of Contemporary Sociology. Vol. 45, no. 1, April 2008. 109-130.
  35. The University and the Welfare State in Transition. Changing Public Services in a Wider Context. In: D. Epstein, R. Deem et al. (eds.), World Yearbook of Education 2008. Geographies of Knowledge, Geometries of Power: Framing The Future of Higher Education. New York: Routledge. 2007. 32-50.
  36. Revisiting the Classical German Idea of the University (on the Nationalization of a Modern Institution). Polish Journal of Philosophy. Vol. 2. No. 1. 2008 pp. 55-78 (full version in 2006 as a CPP RP here).).
  37. The European Integration of Higher Education and the Role of Private Higher Education. In: S. Slantcheva and Daniel C. Levy (eds.), Private Higher Education in Post-Communist Europe. In Search of Legitimacy. New York. Palgrave/Macmillan. 2007. 119-134.
  38. Doctoral Education in Poland (with P. W. Juchacz). In: Stuart Powell and Howard Green, The Doctorate Worldwide. Open University Press, 2007. 110-122.
  39. The Future of the Welfare State and Democracy: the Effects of Globalization from a European Perspective. In: Ewa Czerwinska-Schupp (ed.), Globalisation and Ethical Norms, Frankfurt – New York: Peter Lang, 2007. 147-172.
  40. The Welfare State and Higher Education on Their Way Towards Privatisation. Global and Transition Economies' Perspectives. Der Offentliche Sektor. 3/2007. Wien: Technischen Universitaet Wien. 2007. pp. 9-24.
  41. The Harmonisation of European Educational Policies vs. Private Institutions in the Transition Countries. Prospero. A Journal of New Thinking in Philosophy for Education. Vol. 12. No. 1. 2006. 47-54.
  42. The University and the State in a Global Age: Renegotiating the Traditional Social Contract? European Educational Research Journal. Vol. 4. No. 4. December 2005. 324-341.
  43. The Emergent European Educational Policies Under Scrutiny. The Bologna Process From a Central European Perspective”. European Educational Research Journal. Vol. 3. No. 4. December 2004. 759-780 (reprinted in: Voldemar Tomusk, ed., Creating the European Area of Higher Education. Voices from the Periphery. Dordecht: Springer. 2006. 87-116.
  44. Education and Human Rights in Poland. In: J. De Groof, G. Lauwers (eds.), No Person Shall Be Denied the Right To Education: The influence of the European convention on human rights on the right to education and rights in education. Antwerpen: Wolf Legal Publishers. 2004. 407-420.
  45. The Academic Workplace. In: Juergen Enders and Egbert de Weert (eds.), The International Attractiveness of the Academic Workplace in Europe Frankfurt a/Main: GEW. 2004. 332-349.
  46. Doctoral Studies and Qualifications: Poland. In: J. Sadlak (ed.), Doctoral Studies and Qualifications in Europe and the United States. Bucharest: UNESCO. 2004. 119-135.
  47. Academe in Transition: Transformations in the Polish Academic Profession. Higher Education. Vol. 45, no. 4, June 2003, 455-476.
  48. The State, the Market, and Higher Education. Challenges for the New Century. In: Marek Kwiek (ed.), The University, Globalization, Central Europe. Frankfurt a/M: Peter Lang. 2003. 71-113.
  49. The Social Functions of the University in the Context of the Changing State/Market Relations (the Global, European Union and Accession Countries’ Perspectives). In: Jan De Groof and Gracienne Lauwers (eds.), Globalisation and Competition in Education. Antwerpen: Wolf Legal Publishers. 2003. 179-213.
  50. The Missing Link: Public Policy for the Private Sector in Central and East European Higher Education. Society for Research into Higher Education International News. 2/2003, June 2003. 5-7.
  51. The Nation State, Globalization, and the Modern Institution of the University. Theoria. A Journal of Social and Political Theory, New York-Oxford: Berghahn Books, No. 96, December 2000. 74-99. Reprinted in Marek Kwiek (ed.), The University, Globalization, Central Europe. Frankfurt and New York: Peter Lang. 2003. 235-260.
  52. Academe in Transition: Transformations in the Polish Academic Profession. In: Philip G. Altbach (ed.), The Decline of the Guru: The Academic Profession in Developing and Middle-Income Countries, Boston College, CIHE, 2002. 281-305. Translated into Spanish in El Ocaso del guru, ed. Manuel Gil Anton, Mexico City: Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana, 2004.371-400).
    Also published in Higher Education. Vol. 43. 455-476, 2003.
  53. Social and Cultural Dimensions of the Transformation of Higher Education in Central and Eastern Europe. Higher Education in Europe. Vol. XVI, no. 3, Fall 2001. 399-411. Also French and Russian editions.
  54. Globalization and Higher Education. Higher Education in Europe. Vol. XVI, no.1, Spring 2001. 27-39. Also French and Russian editions.
  55. The Internationalization and Globalization of Higher Education in Central and Eastern Europe. Society for Research into Higher Education International News, No. 47, London: Open University Press, November 2001. 3-5.
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