Center for Public Policy Studies

A book about the changing European academic profession from Routledge published!

Marek Kwiek published a new monograph, Changing European Academics: A Comparative Study of Social Stratification, Work Patterns and Research Productivity (Routledge: London and New York, 2019, 272 pp.).

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Prof. Marek Kwiek
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has been named a member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts. He was elected as member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts by its Senate on November 14th 2018.

Professor Marek Kwiek had an Opening Address at the Annual SRHE Research Conference, “International Conference on Research into Higher Education”
2018, Celtic Manor, Newport, the UK. His Opening Address was entitled:
Social Stratification in Higher Education: What It Means at the Micro-Level of Individual Academics.

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Recent publications from the Center

Kwiek, Marek (2018). International Research Collaboration and International Research Orientation: Comparative Findings About European Academics. Journal of Studies in International Education. Vol. 22, Issue 2, May 2018, 136-160.

Kulczycki, E., Engels, T. C. E., Pölönen, J., Bruun, K., Dušková, M., Guns, R., Nowotniak, R., et al. (2018). ‘Publication patterns in the social sciences and humanities: evidence from eight European countries’, Scientometrics. DOI: 10.1007/s11192-018-2711-0

Kwiek, Marek (2018). High Research Productivity in Vertically Undifferentiated Higher Education Systems: Who Are the Top Performers? Scientometrics. Vol. 115, Issue 1, April 2018, 415-462.

Kwiek, Marek (2018). Academic top earners. Research productivity, prestige generation, and salary patterns in European universities. Science and Public Policy. 45(1) February 2018, 1-13.

Sorokowski P., Kulczycki E., Sorokowska A., & Pisanski, K. (2017). Predatory journals recruit fake editor. Nature, 543, 481-483. DOI: 10.1038/543481a

Kulczycki, E., Rozkosz, A.E., (2017) Does an expert-based evaluation allow us to go beyond the Impact Factor? Experiences from building a ranking of national journals in Poland. Scientometrics. doi:10.1016/j.joi.2017.01.001

Kulczycki, E., Korzeń, M., Korytkowski, P. (2017). Toward an excellence-based research funding system: Evidence from Poland. Journal of Informetrics. doi: 10.1016/j.joi.2017.01.001

Kulczycki, E. (2017). Assessing Publications through a Bibliometric Indicator: The Case of Comprehensive Evaluation of Scientific Units in Poland. Research Evaluation. doi: 10.1093/reseval/rvw023

Szadkowski, Krystian (2017). The University of the Common: Beyond the Contradictions of Higher Education Subsumed under Capital. In: Michał Iza, Monika Kostera, Michał Zawadzki (eds.). The Future of University Education. Dordrecht: Springer. 39-62.

Kwiek, Marek (2017). A generational divide in the academic profession: A mixed quantitative and qualitative approach to the Polish case. European Educational Research Journal. 16(5). 645-669.

Kwiek, Marek (2017). De-Privatization in Higher Education: A Conceptual Approach. Higher Education. 74(2). 259-281.

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.