ERIC Number: ED233656
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1983
Reference Count: 0
Swedish Research on Higher Education: Publications in English. R&D for Higher Education, 1983:3.
National Swedish Board of Universities and Colleges, Stockholm. Research and Development Unit.
A bibliography of English publications on scientific research on higher education in Sweden is presented. The publications, which are arranged according to projects and problem areas, include scientific articles, books, and other research projects, along with doctoral theses in Swedish with English summaries, and newsletters on the projects. The following problem areas are covered: the role of higher education in society, higher education as an organization, the conditions and potential of education and research, and research and development (R&D) organization and planning. Specific topics include: the relationship between education and work, student development and career choice, changes of student's conception of social structure and society, long-term effects of higher education, institutional autonomy, the Swedish reform of higher education, attitudes about the universities, the training of researchers, research directions, study skills and learning, teaching methods, problem solving, teaching and learning basic concepts in economics, and R&D and public policy-making. Approximately 220 references are included in the bibliography. (SW)
Descriptors: Career Choice, College Role, Economics Education, Educational Change, Educational Development, Educational Research, Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Outcomes of Education, Problem Solving, Public Policy, Research Projects, Student Development, Teaching Methods
National Swedish Board of Universities and Colleges, R & D Unit, P.O. Box 45501, S-104 30 Stockholm, Sweden.
Publication Type: Reference Materials - Bibliographies
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: National Swedish Board of Universities and Colleges, Stockholm. Research and Development Unit.
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