Center for Public Policy Studies

Professor Marek Kwiek received a prestigious award from the Foundation for Polish Science (FNP): a professorial Master (Mistrz) subsidy for 2016-2018. With a team of postdoctoral scholars, he will be working on the project “Institutional Autonomy and the Models of Adaptation of Polish Universities to a Changing Social and Economic Environment (2005-2015). In 2015, there were 7 subsidies for leading scholars.

Professor Marek Kwiek received a prestigious award from the Foundation for Polish Science (FNP): a professorial Master (Mistrz) subsidy for 2016-2018. With a team of postdoctoral scholars, he will be working on the project “Institutional Autonomy and the Models of Adaptation of Polish Universities to a Changing Social and Economic Environment (2005-2015). In 2015, there were 7 subsidies for leading scholars.

Professor Marek Kwiek received a prestigious award from the Foundation for Polish Science (FNP): a professorial Master (Mistrz) subsidy for 2016-2018. With a team of postdoctoral scholars, he will be working on the project “Institutional Autonomy and the Models of Adaptation of Polish Universities to a Changing Social and Economic Environment (2005-2015). In 2015, there were 7 subsidies for leading scholars.

Master Award

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A new Polish book on higher education published!

Professor Marek Kwiek, following the publication of his book Uniwersytet w dobie przemian (The University in the Times of Transformations, Warsaw: PWN, 544 pp.), had debates about it with several hundreds of academics across Poland, including FNP (Foundation for Polish Science), Polish Academy of Sciences, RGNSW (Main Council for Science and Higher Education) and others.

This keynote speech by Marek Kwiek was part of the 2nd Central European Higher Education Cooperation (CEHEC) Conference, which was co-organised by The Yehuda Elkana Center for Higher Education at CEU (Central European University) and the Center of International Higher Education Studies, Corvinus University of Budapest, June 16-17. 2016.

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Professor Marek Kwiek (heading a team of ten scholars and administrators), has won a national competition to prepare the next stage of Polish higher education reforms: USTAWA 2.0 (LAW 2.0). The project will have been completed by January 2017 and its results will be presented at the National Congress of Science in September 2017. Two other national teams are headed by dr. Arkadiusz Radwan (Allerhand Institute) and prof. Hubert Izdebski (SWPS).

Law 2.0

fot. Mariusz Forecki

The 3rd Polish Conference

June 2016

for Higher Education Researchers

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Recent publications from the Center

Kwiek, Marek (2016). De-Privatization in Higher Education: A Conceptual Approach. Higher Education. Online-first August 18, 2016). DOI: 10.1007/s10734-016-0047-3.

Kwiek, Marek (2016). The European research elite: A cross-national study of highly productive academics in 11 countries”. Higher Education 71 (3). 379-397.

Kwiek, Marek (2016). Academic Entrepreneurialism and Changing Governance in Universities. Evidence from Empirical Studies. In: Multi-Level Governance in Universities. Strategy, Structure, Control. Jetta Frost, Fabian Hattke, and Markus Reihlen (eds.). Dordrecht: Springer, 49-74.

Kwiek, Marek (2016). Constructing Universities as Organizations. University Reforms in Poland in the Light of Institutional Theory. In: Eugenie Samier (ed.), Ideologies in Educational Administration and Leadership. New York: Routledge, 193-216.

Kwiek, Marek (2016). From Privatization (of the Expansion Era) to De-privatization (of the Contraction Era). A National Counter-Trend in a Global Context. In: Sheila Slaughter and Barrett Jay Taylor, editors. Higher Education, Stratification, and Workforce Development. Competitive advantage in Europe, the US and Canada. Dordrecht: Springer, 311-329.

Kwiek, Marek (2016). Competing for Public Resources: Higher Education and Academic Research in Europe. A Cross-Sectoral Perspective. In: Wojciech Bienkowski, Josef C. Brada, Massaki Kubomiwa, eds., International Perspectives on Financing Higher Education. New York: Palgrave, 6-24.

Kwiek, Marek (2016). Global University Rankings in the Polish Context: the University of Warsaw, a Case Study. In: Maria Yudkevich, Philip G. Altbach and Laura E. Rumbley, eds., The Global Academic Rankings Game. Changing Institutional Policy, Practice, and Academic Life, New York: Routledge. 146-170.