Finansowanie szkolnictwa wyższego

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Nicholas Barr

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Ekspansja szkolnictwa wyższego w krajach OECD i poza tym ugrupowaniem jest zarazem niezbędna, jak i pożądana. Jest ona wszakże kosztowna i napotyka rywalizujące imperatywy jeśli chodzi o wydatkowanie środków z budżetu. Sprawy finansów szkolnictwa wyższego mają zatem wagę, która jeszcze nie została doceniona we wszystkich krajach. Kwestia ta jest też niezmiernie drażliwa politycznie. Autor formułuje główne wnioski dla szkolnictwa wyższego, jakie wynikają z teorii ekonomii i plasuje je obok wniosków wynikających z doświadczeń poszczególnych krajów. Na tle tych dwóch elementów ocenia również reformy, jakie zapowiedziano w 2004 r. w Wielkiej Brytanii. W części poświęconej konkluzjom nakreśla pokrótce, co pozostało jeszcze w tej kwestii do zrobienia.

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Barr, N. (2016). Finansowanie szkolnictwa wyższego. Nauka I Szkolnictwo Wyższe, (1(27), 7-42. Pobrano z https://pressto.amu.edu.pl/index.php/nsw/article/view/4766
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Nicholas Barr, London School of Economics

Nicholas Barr - ekonomista, profesor London School of Economics. Zainteresowania badawcze: teoria państwa dobrobytu (welfare state), bezpieczeństwo socjalne, a zwłaszcza systemy emerytalne, a także finansowanie opieki zdrowotnej oraz szkolnictwa wyższego w krajach OECD i postkomunistycznych. Od 1988 r. uczestniczy w publicznej debacie nad systemem szkolnictwa wyższego w Wielkiej Brytanii; w latach dziewięćdziesiątych był ekspertem Banku Światowego w dziedzinie organizacji finansów publicznych w krajach Europy Środkowo-Wschodniej oraz w Rosji. Autor i redaktor naukowy wielu książek (m.in. The Economic of the Welfare State, 4 wydania i The Welfare State as Piggy Bank, 2001), a także artykułów, publikowanych m.in. na łamach „Oxford Review of Economic Policy”, „Australian Economic Review”, „Economic Journal”, „Finance and Development” oraz prasy codziennej („The Guardian”, „Financial Times”, „The Independent”).

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