Structural Reforms in European Higher Education: Concluding Reflections
In this chapter, we will first provide a cross-case analysis, followed by the identification of critical elements of higher education reform, presented by policy stage. In doing so, we highlight the importance of the context in which these reforms unfold. We will conclude the chapter by offering a more general reflection on important aspects of (higher education) policy analysis.
KeywordsHigh Education High Education Institution Policy Process High Education System Policy Design
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