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To what extent does transnational communication drive cross-national policy convergence? The impact of the Bologna Process on domestic higher education policies

Publication type
Voegtle,E; Knill,C.; Dobbins,M;. (2011) To what extent does transnational communication drive cross-national policy convergence? The impact of the Bologna Process on domestic higher education policies . Higher Education, 61 (). pp. 77-94.

Abstract

Study investigating whether the Bologna Process is leading to convergence of higher education policies in Europe and beyond.
Publication type:
Article
Theme(s) and sub-theme(s):
Generic Themes > International
Economic and social context of higher education > Bologna Process
Authors:
Voegtle,E; Knill,C.; Dobbins,M;
Publication title:
Higher Education
Official URL:
Reference number:
INT48
Summary deposited on:
22 Mar 2011
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