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Vermarktlichung und Managerialisierung von Bildungspolitiken in international vergleichender Perspektive

  • Emmanuele Pavolini
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Zusammenfassung

Die Bildungssysteme in Westeuropa haben sich hinsichtlich Entwicklungszeitpunkt, -geschwindigkeit und institutioneller Gestaltung historisch deutlich verschieden entwickelt. Mit Blick auf die aktuelle Literatur zur Organisation von Bildung differenzieren West und Nikolai (2013) vier „Bildungsregime“ westeuropäischer Staaten. Ihre Analyse konzentriert sich auf institutionalisierte Gegebenheiten, die im Zusammenhang mit ungleichen Bildungszugängen, Bildungsergebnissen und Bildungsausgaben stehen.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Political Sciences, Communication and International RelationsUniversità di MacerataMacerataItalien

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