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Internationalization of Education Policy

A New Constellation of Statehood in Education?

  • Kerstin Martens
  • Philipp Knodel
  • Michael Windzio
Book

Part of the Transformations of the State book series (TRST)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xix
  2. Introduction: Outcomes and Actors’ Reactions on Internationalization in Education Policy — A Theoretical Approach

  3. Quantitative Analyses

  4. Case Studies

  5. Conclusion

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 245-245
    2. Michael Windzio, Philipp Knodel, Kerstin Martens
      Pages 247-260
  6. Back Matter
    Pages 261-266

About this book

Introduction

This book investigates and discusses the phenomenon of internationalization of education policy and its consequences for national policymaking processes. By comparing educational outcomes and actors' reactions in different countries, it provides detailed insights into a highly contested policy field.

Keywords

Education Policy International Organisations Internationalization Higher Education Secondary Education EU OECD PISA Bologna Process Lisbon Strategy Bologna education education policy Governance internationalization mobility Nation politics

Editors and affiliations

  • Kerstin Martens
    • 1
  • Philipp Knodel
    • 1
  • Michael Windzio
    • 1
  1. 1.University of BremenGermany

About the editors

Alexander Akbik, Central European University, Hungary Tonia Bieber, University of Bremen, Germany Michael Dobbins, Frankfurt University, Germany Timm Fulge, University of Bremen, Germany Dennis Niemann, University of Bremen, Germany Marie Popp, University of Bremen, Germany Janna Teltemann, University of Bremen, Germany Eva Maria Vögtle, German Center for Higher Education and Science Research, Germany Chenjian Zhang, University of Bremen, Germany

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Reviews

excellent analyses of PISA and Bologna in Germany, France, England, Spain, Switzerland, the USA and China ... a fascinating book, and a potentially fascinating shift in the construction of an academic text.' - Comparative Education

Alexander Akbik, Central European University, Hungary

Tonia Bieber, University of Bremen, Germany

Michael Dobbins, Frankfurt University, Germany

Timm Fulge, University of Bremen, Germany

Dennis Niemann, University of Bremen, Germany

Marie Popp, University of Bremen, Germany

Janna Teltemann, University of Bremen, Germany

Eva Maria Vögtle, German Center for Higher Education and Science Research, Germany

Chenjian Zhang, University of Bremen, Germany

JV

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1. Outcomes and Actors' Reactions on Internationalization in Education Policy: A Theoretical Approach; Philipp Knodel, Kerstin Martens and Michael Windzio

2. Achievement vs. Equality: What Determines PISA Performance for Whom?; Janna Teltemann

3. Sweeping Change - But Does It Matter? The Bologna Process and Determinants of Student Mobility; Timm Fulge and Eva Maria Vögtle

4. After the Big Bang: German Education Policy in the Wake of the PISA Study and the Bologna Process; Dennis Niemann

5. French Education Politics after PISA and Bologna: Rupture or Continuité?; Michael Dobbins

6. On Silent Wings: PISA, Bologna, and the Debate about Internationalization in England; Philipp Knodel

7. New Culture, Old System: Reactions on Internationalization in Spanish Education Policy; Marie Popp

8. Cooperation or Conflict? Education Politics in Switzerland after the PISA Study and the Bologna Process; Tonia Bieber

9. A New Internationalization Trend? The PISA Study, the Bologna Process and US Education Policy; Tonia Bieber, Michael Dobbins, Timm Fulge and Kerstin Martens

10. Joining the World of Education? China's Reaction to Internationalization Pressures; Alexander Akbik, Kerstin Martens and Chenjian Zang

11. Reforming Education Policy: Governance, Outcomes, and the Logics of Reactions; Michael Windzio, Philipp Knodel and Kerstin Martens

This book investigates and discusses the phenomenon of internationalization of education policy and its consequences for national policymaking processes. By comparing educational outcomes and actors' reactions in different countries, it provides detailed insights into a highly contested policy field. excellent analyses of PISA and Bologna in Germany, France, England, Spain, Switzerland, the USA and China ... a fascinating book, and a potentially fascinating shift in the construction of an academic text.' - Comparative Education