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UNATTENDED DISTORTION - A study on how EU higher education objectives can appear distorted by level-, actor- and issue-dimensions of governance in Business and Economics bachelor’s programs at Swedish University Colleges


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Title: UNATTENDED DISTORTION - A study on how EU higher education objectives can appear distorted by level-, actor- and issue-dimensions of governance in Business and Economics bachelor’s programs at Swedish University Colleges
Authors: Miles, Carl-Fredrik
Issue Date: 12-Aug-2021
Degree: Student essay
Abstract: The EU agenda for the whole education area is denounced vital for the economic and social growth of the Union. As such it infers involvement of other policy areas such as research and innovation, foreign policy, or migration for example. This can also be seen in higher education where recent developments include reforms that have granted institutional autonomy to universities, signalling changes in the division of competencies and distribution of responsibilities between governments and higher e... more
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/69351
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