ERIC Number: ED343504
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1992
Relationships between the State and the University.
Daxner, Michael, Ed.; Smith, Hoke L., Ed.
This document presents six papers given at an international conference on educational policymaking and the relationship between the state and the university particularly in light of political developments in Europe and the partnership between the Western European and North American scholarly communities. The first paper, "State University: Agent or Agency?" (Hoke Smith), considers the essential nature of the university and the essence of scholarship. Next, "The Professional Representation of Universities, Lobbying and Professional Associations" (Robert Atwell) examines the role of professional associations on the American higher education scene. "Political Interventions of Higher Education: Comparisons by International Leaders" (Robert L. Caret) describes partnership programs of Towson State University, Maryland, with business and government. The next paper, "Scientific Expertise or How Universities Attain Public Authority" (Michael Daxner) explores the challenges and evolving role for universities in society. The fifth paper, "Government Intervention in Universities: Autonomy/Accountability" (Henry Wasser) looks at European universities' evolving relationships with the state, and the final paper, "The Selective Enhancement of Quality in Florida's Postsecondary Education: Tensions between Excellence and Parity" (Robert O. Berdahl and Susan Martin Studds) examines the operation and campus impacts of three types of quality enhancement strategies. (JB)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Towson State Univ., MD.; Carl von Ossietzky Univ., Oldenburg (Germany).
Identifiers - Location: Florida