Respuestas internacionales al Manifiesto Académico: Informes desde 14 países

Translated title of the contribution: International responses to the Academic Manifesto: reports from 14 countries

Willem Halffman, Hans Radder, Michel Lacroix, Mark B. Brown, Renato Dagnino, Marcos Barbosa de Oliveira, Makoto Katsumori, Simon Batterbury, Jason Byrne, Mario Hibert, Andrea Lesic-Thomas, Anna Wessely, Jozef Hvorecky, Emil Visnovsky, Matus Porubjak, Anita Välikangas, Richard Watermeyer, Koen Bogaert, Valerie De Craene, Anton FroeymanKaren Stroobants, Sigrid Vertommen, Eva Vico, Christophe Charle, Willem Halffman, Hans Radder

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Abstract

This set of articles discusses and investigates the conditions and situation of Public Universities in 14 countries around the globe. It analyzes the productivist model created for the public university in an era of withdrawal and lack of political and institutional support. It discusses the loss of self-assessment criteria of the academics and their universities, their submission to the quantometric evaluation system that is inadequate d unfair, and it proposes the organization of a global academical joint action to defend and restore in their position the public university and higher education, fighting for its essential role in social development.
Original languageSpanish
JournalCIC Cuadenos de informacion y comunicacion
Volume23
Pages (from-to)25-103
Number of pages79
ISSN1135-7991
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2018
MoE publication typeA1 Journal article-refereed

Fields of Science

  • Academic Manifesto
  • International Report on 14 Countries
  • productivist university
  • managerial model for public education
  • academic international movement
  • UNIVERSITY
  • 512 Business and Management

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Halffman, W., Radder, H., Lacroix, M., Brown, M. B., Dagnino, R., de Oliveira, M. B., ... Radder, H. (2018). Respuestas internacionales al Manifiesto Académico: Informes desde 14 países. CIC Cuadenos de informacion y comunicacion, 23, 25-103. https://doi.org/10.5209/CIYC.60686