Uniwersytety, produkcja wiedzy i konkurencyjność gospodarcza w Europie Środkowej

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Marek Kwiek

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Prezentowany artykuł pokazuje, że cztery gospodarki środkowoeuropejskie (Polska, Czechy, Węgry i Słowacja) nie są konkurencyjne w skali globalnej nie tylko dlatego, że ich systemy szkolnictwa wyższego, innowacji i badań naukowych pozostają w tyle w stosunku do krajów Europy Zachodniej. Istnieje rozziew między dwiema częściami Europy powiązany z mnogością różnych czynników, a ich połączenie wywiera potężny wpływ na konkurencyjność gospodarek w regionie. Stosunkowo niski poziom produkcji wiedzy nie jest czynnikiem dominującym. Dlatego w gospodarkach mniej konkurencyjnych (takich jak środkowoeuropejskie) oczekiwania stawiane systemom szkolnictwa wyższego w kwestii ich roli w podnoszeniu konkurencyjności gospodarczej nie powinny być zbyt wysokie, ponieważ balast tworzony przez liczne pozaakademickie filary konkurencyjności jest trudny do pokonania.

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Kwiek, M. (2014). Uniwersytety, produkcja wiedzy i konkurencyjność gospodarcza w Europie Środkowej. Nauka I Szkolnictwo Wyższe, (1-2(43-44), 91-117. Pobrano z https://pressto.amu.edu.pl/index.php/nsw/article/view/1644
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Marek Kwiek, Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu

Filozof, profesor zwyczajny doktor habilitowany, pracuje na Uniwersytecie Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu (UAM). Specjalizuje się w badaniach nad problematyką związaną ze szkolnictwem wyższym. Dyrektor Centrum Studiów nad Polityką Publiczną (od 2002) i kierownik Katedry UNESCO Badań Instytucjonalnych i Polityki Szkolnictwa Wyższego UAM (od 2012).

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