Center for Public Policy Studies

Professor Marek Kwiek

Marek Kwiek

Contact:

Professor Marek Kwiek, Director
e-mail: kwiekm@amu.edu.pl

Center for Public Policy Studies,
and UNESCO Chair in Institutional Research and Higher Education Policy
Adam Mickiewicz University
ul. Szamarzewskiego 89
60-568 Poznań, Poland

phone (+48 61) 829 22 80
fax (+48 61) 829 21 47

Marek Kwiek  Professor (full), Director of the Center for Public Policy Studies (since 2002), and Chairholder, UNESCO Chair in Institutional Research and Higher Education Policy (since 2012), University of Poznan, Poland.

An international higher education policy expert to the European Commission, USAID, OECD, the World Bank, UNESCO, OSCE, the Council of Europe, as well as to international advisory firms (Ernst and Young and PricewaterhouseCoopers), national governments, and higher education institutions.

Since 2000, a Principal Investigator or a country Team Leader in 50 international higher education research and policy projects (global and European), funded e.g. by the European Commission (the 6th and 7th Research Framework Programs), European Science Foundation (ESF), Fulbright, Ford, and Rockefeller foundations.

A co-author of the Polish National Strategy for the Development of Higher Education until 2020 (Ernst and Young/ IBNGR 2010), Europe 2020 Poland (World Bank 2011), and National Strategy for the Development of Higher Education in Ukraine until 2022 (USAID 2014), as well as a higher-education reforms advisor in 12 transition countries. A co-author of a European analytical tool to measure the degree of innovation of European universities for the European Commission and OECD (2012): heinnovate (heinnovate.eu). In 2013-2016, Steering Committee member of the BridgeMentor Program (Commercialization of Research) in NCBR, a national research funding body for applied research. A head of a newly created national team Ustawa 2.0 preparing the foundations of Polish higher education reforms (“Ustawa 2.0” Ministerial Program, 2016-2017; a final gala presentation here).

His 20 international research projects focused on university funding and governance, public sector reforms, the academic profession, university-business links, and academic entrepreneurialism. Cooperated closely in research projects with four top European centers for higher education research (CHEPS, Enschede; INCHER, Kassel; Institute of Education, Oslo; UCL Institute of Education, London, UCL IoE ranked no. 1 globally). A partner in large-scale EU-funded European comparative projects: EDUWEL: Education and Welfare (2009-2013), WORKABLE: Making Capabilities Work (2009-2012), EUROAC: The Academic Profession in Europe (2009-2012), EUEREK: European Universities for Entrepreneurship (2004-2007), and GOODUEP: Good Practices in University-Enterprises Partnerships (2007-2009).

Published about 180 papers and 8 sole-authored monographs, including Knowledge Production in European Universities. States, Markets, and Academic Entrepreneurialism (2013, 488 pp.) and The University and the State: A Study into Global Transformations (2006, 425 pp.) in English and Uniwersytet  w dobie przemian (The University in the Times of Change, 2015, 544 pp.) in Polish, a still widely publicly debated book. He publishes mostly in leading international journals, including Science and Public Policy, Comparative Education Review, Higher Education, Studies in Higher Education, Journal of Studies in International Education, International Journal of Educational Development, Higher Education Management and Policy, as well as for global publishers (Routledge, Springer, Palgrave, and Elsevier).

A Principal Investigator in two ongoing multi-year Polish research projects (Maestro and Harmonia), including a top selective Maestro: Program for International Comparative Research in Higher Education (2012-2017), National Research Council (NCN). In 2015, he got a prestigious “Master Award” (“Mistrz”) from the Foundation for Polish Science (FNP).

Highly internationalized in research and policy, one of few Polish double Fulbright scholars, spent three years at North American universities as a Fulbright Foundation scholar (U. of Virginia) and Kosciuszko Foundation scholar (UC Berkeley); the only Polish Reagan-Fascell Democracy Fellow (National Endowment for Democracy/ Washington, DC). Also a highly-prestigious Fulbright “New Century Scholar” (2007-2008, “Higher Education in the 21st Century”; and a “Professorial Visiting Fellow” in the UCL Institute of Education, London, in 2012-2013.

An editorial board member of Higher Education Quarterly, European Educational Research Journal, British Educational Research Journal and European Journal of Higher Education. Presented papers and keynotes at about 80 international conferences and seminars across Europe and beyond in the last few years. Recipient of 14 AMU individual Rector’s Awards, including 4 year-long “Rector’s Professorial Fellowships for High Research Productivity”.

Academic career:

  • Doctorate: 1995, Habilitation: 1999 (Poznań University, Poland  - UAM) 
  • University Professor 2001-2009, UAM; Full Professor 2009-, UAM
  • Center for Public Policy Studies, UAM, Director, 2002-
  • UNESCO Chair in Institutional Research and Higher Education Policy, Chair holder, 2012-

International Fellowships

Three academic years spent at North American universities. Winner in competitions for highly prestigious research fellowship: a global Fulbright New Century scholar, a Fulbright scholar, a Reagan-Fascell Democracy Fellow, an International Open Society Institute Policy Fellow.

  • 2013-2012 – a Visiting Professorial Fellow, UCL Institute of Education, University of London, London, the UK (12 months).
  • 2008-2007 – a global “Fulbright New Century Scholar”, working under D. Bruce Johnstone, NCS Distinguished Leader, in a global Fulbright Foundation project Higher Education in the 21st Century: Equity and Access (Poznan/SUNY Buffalo, USA, 12 months).
  • 2003-2002 – a Reagan-Fascell Democracy Fellow, International Forum for Democratic Studies, National Endowment for Democracy (NED),Washington, DC, USA, Reforming Higher Education in Central and Eastern Europe and Democratic Values, 6 months. Kluge Fellow in the Library of Congress, Washington DC (2002-2003, unable to participate in the program).
  • 2000 – an International Open Society Institute Policy Fellow, Center for Policy Studies, Central European University (CEU), Budapest, The Identity Crisis. Polish Higher Education in Transition (hosts: Y. Elkana, V. Tomusk, P. Darvas, 12 months).
  • 2000-1999 – a visiting professor, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary (1 semester).
  • 1999 – a visiting scholar, Kennedy Institute for North American Studies, Free University, Berlin (2 months).
  • 1997-1996 – a Kosciuszko Foundation postdoctoral visiting scholar, University of California at Berkeley, USA (host: Martin Jay, 6 months).
  • 1996 – a Canadian Faculty Research Award Program visiting researcher, McGill University, Montreal, Canada (host: Charles Taylor, 2 months).
  • 1995-1994 – a Fulbright Foundation visiting scholar, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, USA (host: Richard Rorty, research assistant to Richard Rorty, 10 months).

Academic Honors, Membership in International Networks and Associations.

  • 2015 – Editorial Board Member, British Educational Research Journal.
  • 2012 – Editorial Board Member, European Journal of Higher Education.
  • 2005 – Editorial Board Member, Higher Education Quarterly.
  • 2004 – Editorial Board member, European Educational Research Journal.
  • 2015 – Editor-in-Chief, Nauka i Szkolnictwo Wyższe, as well as a board member of 4 Polish academic journals.

Member of: CHER (Consortium of Higher Education Researchers); EASST (European Association for the Study of Science and Technology); ERNOCRU (European Research Network on Civic Role of Universities); RERIES (European Network for Research and Innovation in Higher Education); EEPN (European Education Policy Network); GUNI (Global University Network Initiative); EERA (European Educational Research Association); and EAIR (European Higher Education Society).  

Projects

Large-scale:

Smaller-scale:

Publications

Recent books:

  • Marek Kwiek, Uniwersytet w dobie przemian. Instytucje i kadra akademicka w warunkach rosnącej konkurencji, Warszawa: PWN, 544 pp, 2015. Download here.
  • Marek Kwiek, Knowledge Production in European Universities. States, Markets, and Academic Entrepreneurialism, Frankfurt and New York: Peter Lang, 2013, pp. 486 ( Here).
  • Marek Kwiek and Peter Maassen (eds.), National Higher Education Reforms in a European Context: Comparative Reflections on Poland and Norway, Frankfurt and New York: Peter Lang, 2012, pp. 247 (Contents here).
  • Marek Kwiek and Andrzej Kurkiewicz (eds.), The Modernisation of European Universities. Cross-National Academic Perspectives, Frankfurt and New York: Peter Lang. 2012, pp. 362 (Leaflet here).
  • Marek Kwiek, University Transformations. Institutional Change and the Evolution of Educational Policies in Europe, Poznan: AMU Press, 2010, 450 pp. (in Polish: Transformacje uniwersytetu. Zmiany instytucjonalne i ewolucje polityki edukacyjnej w Europie). Here.
  • Marek Kwiek, The University and the State. A Study into Global Transformations, Frankfurt and New York: Peter Lang, 2006, pp. 424 (View here).
  • Marek Kwiek, Intellectuals, Power, and Knowledge. Studies in the Philosophy of Culture and Education, Frankfurt and New York: Peter Lang, 2004, pp. 301.
  • Marek Kwiek, Marek Kwiek, The University, Globalization, Central Europe, ed. Frankfurt and New York: Peter Lang, 2003, pp. 260.

Selected recent papers and book chapters:

Forthcoming:

  • The Robust Privateness and Publicness of Higher Education: Expansion through Privatization in Poland. in: David Palfreyman, Ted Tapper and Scott Thomas, eds., The Funding of Higher Education. Higher Education as a Public or a Private Good?. New York: Routledge (International Studies in Higher Education), 2017. Here.
  • Poland: A Post-Communist High Partcipation System. In: Simon Marginson, Brendan Cantwell and Anna Smolentseva, eds., High Participation Systems of Higher Education. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. 2017. 1-23. here.
  • Governance (with Brendan Cantwell and Romulo Pinheiro). In: Simon Marginson, Brendan Cantwell and Anna Smolentseva, eds., High Particpation Systems of Higher Education. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. 2017. 1-26. 
  • Universities and Welfare States Coping with Permanent Financial Austerity: Pressures on (Competing) Institutions. In: Jon Nixon (ed.), Higher Education in an Age of Austerity. London: Bloomsbury. 2017. 1-20. Here.
  • The University and the State in Europe. The Uncertain Future of the Traditional Social Contract. In: Ronald Barnett and Michael Peters, eds, The Global University, volume 2, New York: Peter Lang, 2017. 2-21. Here.
  • Higher Education Systems and Institutions: Poland (with Krystian Szadkowski). In: Springer Encyclopedia of Higher Education Systems and Themes, OPedro n. Texteira and JC Shin, eds. Cham: Springer, 1-20.

2017

  • Academic top earners. Research productivity, prestige generation, and salary patterns in European universities. Science and Public Policy. 2017. 1-13. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1093/scipol/scx020.
  • A Generational Divide in the Polish Academic Profession. A Mixed Quantitative and Qualitative Approach. European Educational Research Journal. Vol. 16(5) (2017). 645-669. Here.
  • Europeanisation and Globalisation of Higher Education in Central and Eastern Europe: 25 Years of Changes Revisited (1990-2015). Introduction to a Special Issue (with Michael Dobbins).  European Educational Research Journal. Vol. 16(5) (2017) 519–528. Here.
  • The Government Response to the Private Sector Expansion in Poland (with D. Antonowicz and D. F. Westerheijden). In: H. de Boer, J. File, J. Huisman, M. Seeber, M. Vukasovic and D.F. Westerheijden, eds., Policy Analysis of Structural Reforms in Higher Education. Processes and Outcomes. Cham: Palgrave. 119-140. Here.
  • La desprivatización en la educación superior: un enfoque conceptual. Revista de la Educación Superior. 2017. 1-26. Here.
  • [in Polish]. Prywatyzacja i deprywatyzacja: od ekspansji (1990–2005) do implozji (2006–2025) systemu szkolnictwa wyższego w Polsce. Nauka. 1/2017. 39-67. Here.
  • [in Polish]. Wprowadzenie: Reforma szkolnictwa wyższego w Polsce i jej wyzwania. Jak stopniowa dehermetyzacja systemu prowadzi do jego stratyfikacji. Nauka i Szkolnictwo Wyższe. 2(50), 2017. 9-41. Here.

2016

  • De-privatization in Higher Education: A Conceptual Approach. Higher Education.  DOI 10.1007/s10734-016-0047-3 (published on-line 18 August 2016). 1-21. Here.
  • From Growth to Decline? Demand-Absorbing Private Higher Education when Demand is Over. In: A Global Perspective of Private Higher Education edited by Mahsood Shah and Sid Nair, New York: Elsevier, 2016. 53-80. Here.
  • 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, 2016. 49-74. Here.
  • 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, 2016. 193-216. Here.
  • 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, 2016. 311-329. Here.
  • The European research elite: A cross-national study of highly productive academics in 11 countries. Higher Education 71 (3). 2016. 379-397. Here.
  • Publish or Perish? The Highly Productive Reserach Elite in European Universities from a Comparative Quantitative Perspective. Higher Education in Russia and Beyond. No. 1(7) 2016. 12-13. Here.
  • 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, 2016. 6-24. Here.
  • Global University Rankings in the Polish Context: the University of Warsaw, a Case Study. 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. 2016. 146-170. Here.
  • Changing Public-Private Dynamics in Polish Higher Education. International Higher Education. No. 86 (Summer 2016). 18-20. Here
  • National Reforms and Their European Contexts: on Institutional and Instrumental Visions of the University Applied to the Polish Case. In: N. Cloete, L. Goedegebuure, A. Gornitzka, J. Jungblut and B. Stensaker (eds.), Pathways Through Higher Education Research. A Festschrift in Honour of Peter Maassen. Oslo: University of Oslo, 2016. 71-74. Here.
  • [In Polish]. Kariera akademicka w Europie: niestabilność w warunkach rosnącej konkurencji. Nauka i Szkolnictwo Wyższe. 1(47)/2016. 205-247. Here.
  • [In Polish]. Finansowanie szkolnictwa wyższego w warunkach permanentnej (międzysektorowej) konkurencji o środki publiczne. Nauka i Szkolnictwo Wyższe. 1(47)/2016. 7-12. Here.
  • [in Polish]. Deprywatyzacja szkolnictwa wyższego w Polsce. Co oznacza i jakie niesie konsekwencje? Nauka i Szkolnictwo Wyższe. 2(48)/2016. 7-16.
  • [in Polish]. Antonowicz, D., Brdulak, J., Hulicka, M., Jędrzejewski, T., Kowalski, T., Kulczycki, M., Szadkowski, K., Szot, A., Wolszczak-Derlacz, J., Kwiek, M. Reformować? Nie reformować? Szerszy kontekst zmian w szkolnictwie wyższym. Nauka, Vol. 4, ss. 7–33. Here.
  • [in Polish]. Kwiek, M., Antonowicz, D., Brdulak, J, Hulicka, M., Jędrzejewski, T., Kowalski, R., Kulczycki, E., Szadkowski, K., Szot, A., Wolszczak-Derlacz, J. (2016). Projekt założeń do ustawy Prawo o szkolnictwie wyższym. Poznań: Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza. Here.
  • [in Polish]. Rosnąca konkurencja o zasoby: uniwersytety a inne instytucje sektora publicznego. Humaniora. Nr 3 (15)/2016. 45-59. Here.

2015

  • The unfading power of collegiality? University governance in Poland in a European comparative and quantitative perspective. International Journal of Educational Development 43, 77-89. Here.
  • Academic generations and academic work: Patterns of attitudes, behaviors and research productivity of Polish academics after 1989. Studies in Higher Education, 40(8), 1354-1376. Here.
  • Non-Publishers in European Universities. International Higher Education. Number 82, Fall 2015. 10-12. Here. Translated into Spanish as “Universidades europeas que carecen de function Investigativa”. Here,. Translated into Spanish (as “Universidades europeas que carecen de function Investigativa”) and Russian (as Непубликующиеся преподаватели европейских университетов).
  • Реформирование европейских университетов : государство всеобщего благосостояния как недостающий контекст. Voprosy Obrazovania/Educational Studies, No. 2 (2015), 8-39. Here.
  • Reforming European Universities: The Welfare State as a Missing Context. In: Pavel Zgaga, Ulrich Teichler, Hans G. Schuetze and Andrä Wolter, eds., Higher Education Reform: Looking Back – Looking Forwards. Frankfurt and New York: Peter Lang, 2015. 93-117. Here.
  • The Role of Individuals and Funding in University-Enterprise Partnerships in Europe. A Cross-National Approach. In: Stoilova Rumiana, Kristina Petkova, Svetla Koleva, eds. Knowledge as a Value, Scientific Knowledge as a Vocation. Sofia: Iztok-Zapad. 2015. 267-290. Sofia: Iztok-Zapad. 2015. Here.
  • Inequality in Academic Knowledge Production. The Role of Research Top Performers Across Europe. In: Emanuela Reale and Emilia Primeri, eds., Universities in transition. Shifting institutional and organizational boundaries. Rotterdam: Sense, 2015. 203-230. Here.
  • The Internationalization of Research in Europe. A Quantitative Study of 11 National Systems from a Micro-Level Perspective. Journal of Studies in International Education, 19(2), 2015. 341-359. Here.
  • Интернационализация академической профессии в Европе. Количественное исследование 11 национальных систем". Вопросы образования (Educational Studies), vol. 1 (2015). 58-87. Here.
  • European Universities and Educational and Occupational Intergenerational Social Mobility. In: Hans-Uwe Otto (ed.), Facing Trajectories from School to Work. Towards a Capability-Friendly Youth Policy in Europe. Dordrecht: Springer. 2015. 87-114.Here.
  • The Changing Paths in Academic Careers in European Universities: Minor Steps and Major Milestones. In: Tatiana Fumasoli, Gaele Goastellec and Barbara M. Kehm (eds.), Academic Careers in Europe - Trends, Challenges, Perspectives. Dordrecht: Springer, 2014. 41-68. Here.
  • Podzielony uniwersytet. Od deinstytucjonalizacji do reinstytucjonalizacji misji badawczej polskich uczelni. Nauka i Szkolnictwo Wyższe 2(46). 2015. 3-34. Tutaj.
  • Międzypokoleniowa ruchliwość społeczna: szkolnictwo wyższe a drabina edukacyjna i zawodowa w Polsce. Nauka i Szkolnictwo Wyższe 2(46). 2015. 170-202. Tutaj.
  • Słowo wstępne: W obliczu nadchodzącej fali reform szkolnictwa wyższego w Polsce. Argumentacja i wizja wspierająca najważniejsze kierunki zmian. Nauka i Szkolnictwo Wyższe 2(46). 2015. 7-16. Tutaj.
  • “Internationalists” and “Locals” in Research: Similar Productivity Patterns Across Europe. International Higher Education. No. 83. Special Issue. 7-9. Here. Tranlated into Spanish (as “Internacionalistas” y “locales” en la investigación: patrones de productividad similares en toda Europa) and Russian (as Интернационализация и научная продуктивность ученых в Европе: схожие тенденции).
  • Słowo wstępne: czym są i czym nie są naukowe badania szkolnictwa wyższego? Nauka i Szkolnictwo Wyższe 1(45). 2015. 7-11. Tutaj.
  • Nierówności w produkcji wiedzy naukowej - rola najbardziej produktywnych naukowców w 11 krajach europejskich. Nauka i Szkolnictwo Wyższe 1(45). 2015. 269-308. Tutaj.
  • Umiędzynarodowienie badań naukowych. Polska kadra akademicka z perspektywy europejskiej. Nauka i Szkolnictwo Wyższe 1(45). 2015. 39-74. Tutaj.
  • Reformy uniwersytetów europejskich: państwo dobrobytu jako brakujący kontekst badań i polityki publicznej. Człowiek i Społeczeństwo. Vol. 39, 2015, 165-196. Tutaj.
  • Młoda kadra: różnice międzypokoleniowe w pracy naukowej i produktywności badawczej. Czym Polska różni się od Europy Zachodniej? Nauka 3/2015. 51-88. Here.

2014

  • "Strong Research Performers” vs. “Strong Teaching Performers” in European Higher Education: a Comparative Quantitative Perspective. Comparative and International Higher Education. Vol. 6 (2014). 20-27. Here.
  • "From System Expansion to System Contraction: Access to Higher Education in Poland". In: Anna Mountford-Zimdars, David Sabbagh and David Post, eds., Fair Access to Higher Education. Global Perspectives. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 193-215.
  • Internationalization and Research Productivity: “Internationalists” and “Locals” in Polish Universities. Higher Education in Russia and Beyond. No. 2. Fall. 2014, 13-15. Here.
  • The Internationalization of the Polish Academic Profession. A European Comparative Approach. Zeitschrift fuer Paedagogik. 2014. Vol. 60, No. 5. 681-695. Here.
  • Structural Changes in the Polish Higher Education System (1990-2010): a Synthetic View. European Journal of Higher Education. Vol. 4. No. 3. 2014. 266-280. Here.
  • Social Perceptions versus Economic Returns of the Higher Education: The Bologna Process in Poland. In: Tamás Kozma, Magdolna Rébay, Andrea Óhidy, and Éva Szolár (eds.), The Bologna Process in Central and Eastern Europe. Dordrecht: Springer. 147-182. Here.
  • Changing higher education and welfare states in postcommunist Central Europe: New contexts leading to new typologies?Human Affairs. Vol. 24. No. 1. 48-87. Here.
  • Knowledge Production, Regional Engagement and Higher Education in Poland. In: Higher Education in the World 5: Knowledge, Engagement and Higher Education: Contributing to Social Change (GUNI Series on the Social Commitment of Universities). Palgrave Macmillan. 217-220.
  • Uniwersytet jako „wspólnota badaczy”? Polska z europejskiej perspektywy porównawczej i ilościowej. Nauka i szkolnictwo wyższe (2014), No. 2. (2014). 71-101. Tutaj.
  • Uniwersytety, produkcja wiedzy i konkurencyjność gospodarcza w Europie Środkowej. Nauka i Szkolnictwo Wyższe, Warszawa, nr 1–2/43–44/2014. 91-116. Tutaj.
  • Przyszłość uniwersytetów w Europie: motywy dyskusji i ich polskie konteksty. Nauka i Szkolnictwo Wyższe, Warszawa, nr 1–2/43–44/2014. 71-90. Tutaj.
  • Reformy instytucji europejskiego uniwersytetu: napięcia, kolizje, wyzwania. Principia. Pisma koncepcyjne z filozofii i socjologii teoretycznej. Tom LVII-LVIII (2013), ss. 265-287. Tutaj.

2013

  • Marek Kwiek, ed. (2013). European Universities: Changing Roles and Functions in New Environments. Człowiek i społeczeństwo. Vol. 35. No. 1. 1-257. See here.
  • The Theory and Practice of Academic Entrepreneurialism: Transborder Polish-German Institutions. Człowiek i społeczeństwo. Vol. 35 (2013). Here.
  • Polish Universities, Their Regions and Their Impact on Economic Growth. Człowiek i społeczeństwo. Vol. 35 (2013). Here.
  • Introduction: European Universities and Their Changing Roles and Functions. Człowiek i społeczeństwo. Vol. 35 (2013).Here.
  • Introduction: German-Polish Transborder Universities in a Challenging Environment (with Heidi Fichter-Wolf). Człowiek i społeczeństwo. Vol. 35 (2013). Here.
  • Academic Work, Working Conditions and Job Satisfaction (with Dominik Antonowicz). In: Ulrich Teichler and Ester Ava Höhle (eds.), The Work Situation of the Academic Profession in Europe: Findings of a Survey in Twelve European Countries. Dordrecht: Springer, 2013. 37-54. Here.
  • From System Expansion to System Contraction. Access to Higher Education in Poland. Comparative Education Review. Vol. 57. No. 3. 553-576. Here.
  • From System Expansion to System Contraction. Access to Higher Education in Poland. A short version in: Pavel Zgaga, Ulrich Teichler and John Brennan (eds.), The Globalisation Challenge for European Higher Education. Convergence and Diversity, Centres and Peripheries. Frankfurt and New York: Peter Lang, 2013. 233-258. Here.
  • Marketization, Privatization, and Declining Demographics: Their Impact on Polish Higher Education. International Studies in Education. Vol. 13. No. 3. 2012. 12-20. Here.
  • Reforming European Universities and Reforming European Welfare States: Parallel Drivers of Change? In: INTERNATIONAL Workshop on Higher Education Reform. Higher education reforms: looking back looking forward: workshop proceedings.Here.
  • Les universités en contexte de mutations économiques et sociales. Une dépendance sans précédent? In: Alain Renaut (ed.), Observatoire européen des politiques universitaires. Politiques universitaires et politiques de développement. Paris: Presses de l’université Paris-Sorbonne (PUPS). 39-58. Here.

2012

  • The Growing Complexity of the Academic Enterprise in Europe: A Panoramic View. European Journal of Higher Education. Vol. 2. Issue 2-3. 112-131. Here. Abstract here.
  • Universities and Knowledge Production in Central Europe. European Educational Research Journal. Vol. 11. No. 1 (2012). 111-126. Here. Abstract here.
  • Changing Higher Education Policies: From the Deistitutionalization to the Reinstitutionalization of the Research Mission in Polish Universities. Science and Public Policy. Vol. 39. Issue 5. 641-654. doi: 10.1093/scipol/scs042. Here. Abstract here.
  • Universities, Regional Development and Economic Competitiveness: the Polish Case. In: Romulo Pinheiro, Paul Benneworth and Glen Jones (eds.), Universities and Regional Development. A Critical Assessement of Tensions and Contradictions. New York: Routledge. 69-85. Here.
  • Public-Private Intersectoral Competition: Fees and Declining Demographics. Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education. Vol 42. Issue 1 (2012). 153-157. Here.
  • Poland’s System: Contradiction and Implications. International Higher Education. Vol. 69. Fall 2012. 25-26. Here. PDF here.
  • Academic Responses to the Modernisation Agenda of European Universities (with Andrzej Kurkiewicz). In: Marek Kwiek and Andrzej Kurkiewicz (eds.), The Modernisation of European Universities. Cross-National Academic Perspectives. Frankfurt and New York: Peter Lang. 2012. 19-26. Here.
  • The Growing Complexity of the Academic Enterprise in Europe: A Panoramic View. In: Marek Kwiek and Andrzej Kurkiewicz (eds.), The Modernisation of European Universities. Cross-National Academic Perspectives. Frankfurt and New York: Peter Lang. 2012. 27-60 (a short version in: European Journal of Higher Education. First online: DOI:10.1080/21568235.2012.702477). Here.
  • Concluding Remarks: European Strategies and Higher Education. In: Marek Kwiek and Andrzej Kurkiewicz (eds.), The Modernisation of European Universities. Cross-National Academic Perspectives. Frankfurt and New York: Peter Lang. 2012. 333-360. Here.
  • Changes in Higher Education in European Peripheries and Their Contexts: Poland, Norway, and Europe (with Peter Maassen). In: Marek Kwiek and Peter Maassen (eds.), National Higher Education Reforms in a European Context: Comparative Reflections on Poland and Norway. Frankfurt and New York: Peter Lang. 2012. 11-40. Here.
  • The Public/Private Dynamics in Polish Higher Education. Demand-Absorbing Private Sector Growth and Its Implications. In: Marek Kwiek and Peter Maassen (eds.), National Higher Education Reforms in a European Context: Comparative Reflections on Poland and Norway. Frankfurt and New York: Peter Lang. 2012. 127-154. Here.
  • Higher Education Reforms and Their Socio-Economic Contexts: Shifting Funding Regimes and Competing Social Narratives. In: Marek Kwiek and Peter Maassen (eds.), National Higher Education Reforms in a European Context: Comparative Reflections on Poland and Norway. Frankfurt and New York: Peter Lang. 2012. 155-178. Here.
  • Higher Education in Turbulent Times. Concluding Reflections (with Peter Maassen). In: Marek Kwiek and Peter Maassen (eds.), National Higher Education Reforms in a European Context: Comparative Reflections on Poland and Norway. Frankfurt and New York: Peter Lang. 2012. 227-242. Here.

2011

  • Creeping Marketization: Where Polish Public and Private Higher Education Sectors Meet. In: Roger Brown (ed.), Higher Education and the Market. New York: Routledge. 2011. 135-145. Here.
  • Universities and Knowledge Production in Central Europe. In: Paul Temple (ed.), Universities in the Knowledge Economy: Higher Education Organisation and Global Change. New York: Routledge. 2011. 176-195. Here. An expanded version published in European Educational Research Journal, Volume 11, Number 1, 2012, pp. 111-126: here, abstract here.
  • Enabling Smart Growth for Poland Through Education and Skills Supply (with Nina Arnhold). In: ;Fueling Growth and Competitiveness in Poland Through Employment, Skills, and Innovation. Volume 2. Washington DC: World Bank. 2011. 97-130. Here.
  • Polish Private Higher Education, Politics, and Demographics. International Higher Education. No. 64. Summer 2011. 19-22.Here. Chinese version here Spanish version here Russian version here
  • The Public-Private Dynamics in Higher Education. Demand-Absorbing Private Growth and Its Implications. Higher Education Forum. RIHE - Hiroshima. No. 8 (3). 2011. 121-147. Here.

2010

  • Accessibility and Equity, Market Forces and Entrepreneurship: Developments in Higher Education in Central and Eastern Europe. In: Malcolm Tight (ed.), Higher Education. New York: Routledge. 2010. Vol. 3.

2009

  • Entrepreneurialism and Private Higher Education in Europe. In: Michael Shattock (ed.), Entrepreneurialism in Universities and the Knowledge Economy. Maidenhead: Open University Press, 2009. pp. 100-120. Here.
  • Globalisation: Re-Reading Its Impact on the Nation-State, the University, and Educational Policies in Europe. In: Maarten Simons, Michael Peters, and Marl Olssen (eds.), Re-Reading Education Policies: Studying the Policy Agenda for the 21st Century. Rotterdam/Boston/Taipei: Sense Publishers, 2009. pp. 195-215. Here.
  • The Changing Attractiveness of European Higher Education: Current Developments, Future Challenges, and Major Policy Implications. In: Barbara Kehm, Jeroen Huisman and Bjorn Stensaker (eds.), The European Higher Education Area: Perspectives on a Moving Target. Rotterdam/Boston/Taipei: Sense Publishers, 2009. pp. 107-124. Here. A shorter version also in European Educational Research Journal. Vol. 8. No. 2 (2009), pp. 219-236, here.
  • What Is the Public Role of the University? A Proposal for a Public Research Agenda. European Educational Research Journal. Vol. 8. No. 2. 249-255. (with Gert Biesta, Graham Locke). Here.
  • The Two Decades of Privatization in Polish Higher Education. Cost-Sharing, Equity, and Access. In: Jane Knight (ed.),Financing Access and Equity in Higher Education. Rotterdam/Boston/Taipei: Sense Publishers. 2009. pp. 149-168. Here. A shorter version published in R. D. Reisz /M. Stock (Hrsg.), Die hochschule. Journal fuer Wissenschaft und Bildung. 2/2008. pp. 94-113, here.

2008

  • Academic Entrepreneurship vs. Changing Governance and Institutional Management Structures at European Universities.Policy Futures in Education. Vol. 6. No. 6. pp. 757-770. Here.
  • Accessibility and Equity, Market Forces and Entrepreneurship: Developments in Higher Education in Central and Eastern Europe. Higher Education Management and Policy. Vol. 20. No. 1.  2008. pp. 89-110. Here.
  • Also in French as: Accessibilite et equite, lois du marche et entrepreneuriat: developpements dans l'enseignement superieur en Europe centrale et de l'Est. Politiques et gestion de l'enseignement superieur. Vol. 20. No. 1. 2008. pp. 1-25. Here.
  • Higher Education and the Nation-State: Global Pressures on Educational Institutions. International Journal of Contemporary Sociology. Vol. 45. No. 1. April 2008. pp. 109-131. Here.
  • Revisiting the Classical German Idea of the University (on the Nationalization of a Modern Institution). Polish Journal of Philosophy. Vol. 2. No. 1. 2008 pp. 55-78. Here. Full version in 2006 as a CPP RP here.

2007

  • The University and the Welfare State in Transition: Changing Public Services in a Wider Context. In: Debbie Epstein et al.World Yearbook of Education 2008. Geographies of Knowledge, Geometries of Power: Framing the Future of Higher Education. New York: Routledge. 2007. pp. 32-50. Here.
  • The European Integration of Higher Education and the Role of Private Higher Education. In: Daniel C. Levy and Snejana Slantcheva (eds.), Private Higher Education in Post-Communist Europe. In Search of Legitimacy. New York: Palgrave/Macmillan. 2007. pp. 119-132. Here.
  • The Welfare State and Higher Education on Their Way Towards Privatisation. Global and Transition Economies' Perspectives. Der Offentliche Sektor. 3/2007. Wien: Technischen Universitaet Wien. 2007. pp. 9-24. Here.
  • The Future of the Welfare State and Democracy: the Effects of Globalization from a European Perspective. In: E. Czerwinska-Schupp (ed.), Values and Norms in the Age of Globalization. Frankfurt and New York: Peter Lang. 2007. pp. 147-172. Here.
  • Doctoral Education in Poland (with Piotr W. Juchacz). In: S.Powell and H. Green (eds.), The Doctorate Worldwide. Maidenhead and New York: Open University Press. McGraw Hill. 2007. pp. 77-97. Here.

2006 and before

  • The Classical German Idea of the University Revisited, or on the Nationalization of the Modern Institution. Center for Public Policy Research Papers Series, vol. 1 (2006). Poznan: CPP AMU. 2006. pp. 1-44. Here. View abstracthere.
  • The Harmonisation of European Educational Policies vs. Private Institutions in the Transition Countries. Prospero. A Journal of New Thinking in Philosophy for Education. Vol. 12. No. 1. 2006. 47-54. Here.
  • The Emergent European Educational Policies Under Scrutiny. The Bologna Process from a Central European Perspective.European Educational Research Journal. Vol. 3. No. 4, 2004, pp. 759-776: download here, and in V. Tomusk (ed.), Creating the European Area of Higher Education. Voices from the Periphery, Dordrecht: Springer, 2006, pp. 87-116: download here.
  • The Institution of the University: the Perspective of the Discourse on the European Higher Education and Research Space, Jan de Groof and Gracienne Lauwers (eds.), Cultural and Educational Rights in the Enlarged Europe. Antwerpen: Wolf Legal Publishers. pp. 287-300. 2006. Here.
  • Reforming Higher Education: Lessons from the Transition Countries" (a powerpoint presentation). Here.
  • The University and the State in a Global Age: renegotiating the traditional social contract? European Educational Research Journal. Vol. 4. No. 4. 2005, 2006, 324-341. Here.
  • The State, the Market, and Higher Education. Challenges for the New Century. In: Marek Kwiek (ed.), The University, Globalization, Central Europe, Frankfurt a/Main and New York: Peter Lang, 2003, pp. 71-114. Here.
  • The International Attractiveness of the Academic Profession in Europe: The Case of Poland. In: The International Attractiveness of the Academic Workplace in Europe ed. by J. Enders and E. de Weert, Frankfurt/Main: GEW, 2004, pp.332-349. Here.
  • Doctoral Degrees and Qualifications in the Context of the European Higher Education Area and the European Research and Innovation Area: Poland. In: Doctoral Studies and Qualifications in Europe and the United States: Status and Prospects, ed. by J. Sadlak. UNESCO-CEPES Publications, 2004, pp.119-134. Here.
  • Education and Human Rights in Poland. In: No Person Shall Be Denied the Right To Education: The influence of the European convention on human rights on the right to education and rights in; educacation, Jan De Groof, Gracienne Lauwers (editors), Antwerpen: Wolf Legal Publishers, 2004, pp. 407-420.
  • The Nation State, Globalization, and the Modern Institution of the University. Theoria. A Journal of Social and Political Theory, New York-Oxford: Berghahn Books, No. 96, December 2000, pp. 74-99. Here. Reprinted in Marek Kwiek (ed.), The University, Globalization, Central Europe. Frankfurt and New York: Peter Lang, pp. 235-260, here.
  • Academe in Transition: Transformations in the Polish Academic Profession. In: Philip G. Altbach (ed.), The Decline of the Guru: The Academic Profession in Developing and Middle-Income Countries, Boston College, CIHE, 2002, pp. 281-305.Here. Translated into Spanish in El Ocaso del guru, ed. Manuel Gil Anton, Mexico City: Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana, 2004, pp.371-400). Here. Also published in Higher Education. Vol. 43, pp. 455-476, 2003.
  • The Missing Link: Public Policy for the Private Sector in Central and East European Higher Education, Society for Research into Higher Education Internatonal News, London: Open University Press, 2/2003, pp. 5-7. Here.
  • Social and Cultural Dimensions of the Transformation of Higher Education in Central and Eastern Europe. Higher Education in Europe, London: Carfax Publishing, vol. XVI, no. 3, Fall 2001, pp. 399-411. here. Also French and Russian editions (dowload a French version as a PDF file here); (download a Russian version as a PDF file).
  • Globalization and Higher Education. Higher Education in Europe, London: Carfax Publishing, vol. XVI, no.1, Spring 2001, pp. 27-39. Here. Also French and Russian editions: (downolad a French version as a PDF file here) (download a Russian version as a PDF file)
  • Freedom and Globalization, In: P. Juchacz, R. Kozlowski, editors, Freiheit und Verantwortung. Moral, Recht und Politik, Frankfurt a/Main: Peter Lang Scientific Publishers, 2002, pp. 107-117. Here.
  • The Internationalization and Globalization of Higher Education in Central and Eastern Europe. Society for Research into Higher Education International News, No. 47, London: Open University Press, November 2001, pp. 3-5. Here.
  • Central European Higher Education and Global Pressures: the Three Aspects of Globalization. In: Z. Drozdowicz (ed.),Transformations, Adaptations, and Integrations. Global and Local Problems, Poznan: Humaniora, 2001, pp. 161-173. Here.
  • Agents, Spectators and Social Hope: Richard Rorty and American Intellectuals. Theoria. A Journal of Social and Political Theory, New York and London: Berghahn Books, No. 101, June 2003, pp. 25-49. Here.
  • Wolf Lepenies: Homo Europaea Intellectualis Revisited. In: E. Czerwinska-Schupp (Hrsg.), Philosophie an der Schwelle des 21. Jahrhunderdts, Frankfurt a/Main and New York: Peter Lang, 2003, pp. 329-348). Here.
  • After Philosophy: The Novelist as Cultural Hero of Modernity? On Richard Rorty's New Pragmatism. Theoria. A Journal of Social and Political Theory, New York and London: Berghahn Books, No. 92, December 1998, pp. 77-97. Here.
  • Zygmunt Bauman and the Question of the Intellectual in Postmodernity. Working Paper Series, The Center for Western European Studies, University of California at Berkeley. No. 22, 1998. Here.
  • The Institution of the University: the Perspective of the Discourse on the European Higher Education and Research Space, Jan de Groof and Gracienne Lauwers (eds.), Cultural and Educational Rights in the Enlarged Europe. Antwerpen: Wolf Legal Publishers. pp. 287-300. 2006. Here.

Selected papers in Polish:

2013 and before:

  • Reformy instytucji europejskiego uniwersytetu: napięcia, kolizje, wyzwania. Principia. Pisma koncepcyjne z filozofii i socjologii teoretycznej. Tom LVII-LVIII. Kraków. 2013. 265-287. Tutaj.
  • Dokąd zmierzają międzynarodowe badania porównawcze szkolnictwa wyższego? W: Piotr Orlik i Krzysztof Przybyszewski (red.), Filozofia a sfera publiczna. Poznań: WN IF UAM. 2012. 449-468. Tutaj.
  • Komisja Europejska a uniwersytety: różnicowanie i izomorfizacja systemów edukacyjnych w Europie. W: M. Domaradzki et al. (red.), Język, rozumienie, komunikacja. Poznań: WN IF UAM. 2011. 211-224. Tutaj.
  • Co to znaczy atrakcyjny uniwersytet? Różne konsekwencje transformacji instytucjonalnych dla różnych interesariuszy. W: C. Kościelniak i J. Makowski (red.), Wolność, równość, uniwersytet. Warszawa: Instytut Obywatelski. 2012. 73-110. Tutaj.
  • Przyszłośc polskiego szkolnictwa wyższego. Sprawy nauki. Nr 11 (150). Warszawa: Ministerstwo Nauki i Szkolnictwa Wyższego. 2009. 28-35. Tutaj.
  • Fenomen (publicznych) uniwersytetów przedsiębiorczych w Europie. Szerszy kontekst rozważań. W: A. Grzegorczyk i J. Sójka (red.), Fenomen Uniwersytetu. Poznań: Wyd. Naukowe UAM. 2008. 181-204. Tutaj.
  • Uniwersytet a państwo w epoce globalnej. Renegocjacja tradycyjnego kontraktu społecznego? Principia. Pisma koncepcyjne z filozofii i socjologii teoretycznej. Tom XLIII-XLIV (2005/2006), Kraków. 2006. 43-80. Tutaj.
  • Nowe konteksty myślenia o edukacji w Europie: przykład globalizacji. W: S. Amsterdamski (red.), Globalizacja i co dalej? Warszawa: IFIS PAN. 2004. 258-280. Tutaj.
  • Narodziny uniwersytetu z ducha nowoczesności. Uwagi o transformacjach instytucji w epoce globalnej. Principia. Pisma koncepcyjne z filozofii i socjologii teoretycznej, tom XXXVII-XXVIII. 2004. 45-62. Tutaj.
  • Miejsce filozofii na uniwersytecie. Przeszłość, teraźniejszość, przyszłość. W: E. Piotrowska i J. Wiśniewski (red.),Dydaktyka filozofii u progu XXI wieku. Poznań: Humaniora. 2002. 111-126. Tutaj.
  • Filozofia – demokracja – uniwersytet. Wyzwania epoki globalizacji. W: P. W. Juchacz i R. Kozłowski (red.), Filozofia a demokracja. Poznań: Wyd. Nauk. IF UAM. 2001. 193-207. Tutaj.
  • Melancholia – utopia – intelektualiści (czytając Wolfa Lepeniesa). M. Szcześniak (red.), Między humanistyką a przyrodoznawstwem. Poznań: WN IF UAM. 2000. 133-149. Tutaj.
  • Knowledge and History. The New French Humanities and Deleuze’s Nietzscheanizm. Master of Business Administrartion. A Journal. Wyższa Szkoła Zarządzania i Przedsiębiorczości. 2000. Warszawa. 26-32. Tutaj.
  • Kryzys tożsamości. Filozoficzne pytania o uniwersytet jako instytucję nowoczesną. Humaniora 11/2000. Poznań. 1-10.
  • Filozofia, polityka i dwa typy perswazji kulturowej. W: R. Liberkowski (red.), O sprawiedliwości. Poznań: Wyd. Naukowe IF UAM. 2000. 131-154. Tutaj.
  • Już nigdy nie będzie tak, jak dawniej. Nowoczesność, globalizacja, uniwersytet. Przegląd Bydgoski. Vol. XI. Bydgoszcz. 2000. 9-28.
  • Tożsamość narodowa – państwo narodowe – demokracja. Filozoficzne i polityczne wyzwania epoki globalizacyjnej. W: Z. Drozdowicz, Z. W. Puślecki (red.), Przezwyciężanie barier w integrującej się Europie. Humaniora. Poznań. 2000. 73-81.Tutaj.
  • O autowizerunku filozofa. Między tekstem a wspólnotą. Opcje. Dwumiesięcznik kulturalny. 4. 2000. Katowice. 14-25. Tutaj.
  • The Identity Crisis? Philosophical Questions about the University as a Modern Institution. In: K. Glass, Z. Drozdowicz (eds.), Europaeisierung der Bildungssysteme. Poznań-Vienna: Oesterreichische Gesellschaft fuer Mitteleuropaeische Studien. 2000. 23-37. Tutaj.
  • Jakiegoż to adwersarza, jakiegoż wroga należy pokonać? (Hegel – Nietzsche – Deleuze). Kultura współczesna. Teoria. Interpretacje. Krytyka. Nr 3 (21). 1999. 107-115.
  • Paul de Man, filozofia, polityka. W: R. Liberkowski (red.), Filozofia a polityka. Poznań: Wydawnictwo Naukowe IF UAM. 1998. 91-124. Tutaj.
  • Filozofia a nauka i literatura w ponowoczesności. Principia. Pisma koncepcyjne z filozofii socjologii teoretycznej. Tom XXI-XXII. Kraków: Aureus. 1998. 159-174. Tutaj.
  • Filozofia – polityka – zmienianie świata (francuski heglizm: między pracą tekstualną a propagandą polityczną). W: T. Buksiński (red.), Idee filozoficzne w polityce. Poznań: Wydawnictwo Naukowe IF UAM. 1998. 193-213. Tutaj.
  • Kant – Nietzsche – Foucault. Rzecz o dawaniu przykładów w filozofii. W: M. Kwiek (red.), ‘Nie pytajcie mnie, kim jestem...’ Michel Foucault dzisiaj. Poznań: Wydawnictwo Naukowe IF UAM. 1998. 199-238. Tutaj.
  • Michel Foucault – rozdział polski (appendix mniej filozoficzny). W: M. Kwiek (red.), ‘Nie pytajcie mnie, kim jestem...’ Michel Foucault dzisiaj. Poznań: Wydawnictwo Naukowe IF UAM. 1998. 289-302. Tutaj.
  • Between the Community and the Text (French Philosophy, Politics, and the Figure of the Intellectual – from Sartre to Foucault). Trames. An International Journal of the Humanities and Social Science. No. 2. Vol. 2 (52/47). 1998. Tallin: Academy of Sciences Publishers. 165-185. Tutaj.
  • Postmodernism, Science, Philosophy. 2B. A Journal of Ideas. Chicago: Northwestern University Press, No. 13-14 (1998). 29-46. Tutaj.
  • Intellectuals in Postmodernity? In: G. Bianchi, E. Visnovsky (eds.), Discourse - Intellectuals - Social Communication. Bratislava: Veda Publishers. 1997. 294-305. Tutaj.
  • On the Tragic Differend (Dilemmas of Lyotard - Dilemmas of Postmodernisty). Lingua ac communitas. No. 7 (Summer) 1997. 75-88. Tutaj.
  • Indywidualizm jako ideał moralny (czytając Charlesa Taylora). W: A. Pałubicka (red.), Kulturowe konteksty idei filozoficznych. Poznań: Wydawnictwo Naukowe IF UAM. 1997. 21-36. Tutaj.
  • Romantyzm i pragmatyzm Richarda Rorty’ego. W: A. Pałubicka (red.), Kulturowe konteksty idei filozoficznych. Poznań: Wydawnictwo Naukowe IF UAM. 1997. 131-150. Tutaj.
  • Przeciw tyranii Hegla, albo przechadzka po francuskiej myśli ponowoczesnej. W: R. Kozłowski (red.), Hegel a współczesność. Poznań: Wydawnictwo Poznańskiego Towarzystwa Przyjaciół Nauk. 1997. 139-148. Tutaj.
  • Bataille – między Heglem a Nietzschem? Opcje. Kwartalnik kulturalny. 4(19). 1997. 96-103.
  • Polski postmodernizm? Kultura współczesna. Teoria. Interpretacje. Krytyka. Warszawa: Instytut Kultury. 1997. 34-43.
  • „Powinni tylko iść za tym, który prowadzi...”, czyli o filozofii i polityce (Sartre – Barthes – Foucault ). W: A. Jamroziakowa (red.), Rewizje – kontynuacje. Sztuka i estetyka w czasach transformacji. Poznań: Humaniora. 1997. 51-74. Tutaj.
  • Rorty a autokreacja. W: A. Szahaj (red.), Między pragmatyzmem a postmodernizmem. Toruń: Wydawnictwo UMK. 1995 123-137. Tutaj.
  • Włóczęgostwo filozoficzne. Esej o Zygmuncie Baumanie. W: A. Zeidler-Janiszewska (red.), Trudna ponowoczesność. Poznań: Humaniora. 1995. 85-103. Tutaj.
  • Znak historii (Lyotard, Rorty, Foucault). W: A. Pałubicka (red.), Szkice z filozofii kultury. Poznań: Wydawnictwo Naukowe IF UAM. 1994. 51-65. Tutaj.
  • Dlaczego neopragmatyzm kocha literaturę, czyli o wyższości ‘mądrości powieści’ nad ‘mądrością filozofii’. W: A. Pałubicka (red.), Szkice z filozofii kultury. Poznań: Wydawnictwo Naukowe IF UAM. 1994. 83-103. Tutaj.
  • Lyotardowskiej wzniosłości motywy estetyczne, etyczne i polityczne. W: A. Zeidler-Janiszewska (red.), Sztuka i estetyka po awangardzie a filozofia postmodernistyczna. Warszawa: Instytut Kultury. 1994. 136-152.
  • Richarda Rorty'ego postmodernistyczny świat ironii. Kultura współczesna. Teoria. Interpretacje. Krytyka. Nr 1. 1993. 56-66.Tutaj.
  • Richard Rorty jako filozof rekontekstualizacji. W: A. Jamroziakowa (red.), Inspiracje postmodernistyczne w humanistyce. Poznańskie studia z filozofii nauki. Tom 13. 1993. 243-264. Tutaj.
  • On Some Richard Rorty's Evolution. Ruch Filozoficzny. Toruń. Tom L. Nr 2. 1993. 195-200. Tutaj.
  • Nowe rekonfiguracje wiedzy i władzy. Instytucja uniwersytetu a klasyczne powojenne państwo dobrobytu. Studia Pedagogiczno-Artystyczne. Nr 1. Warszawa-Kalisz. 2006. 35-50. Tutaj.
  • Znak historii (Lyotard, Rorty, Foucault). W: A. Pałubicka (red.), Szkice z filozofii kultury. Poznań: Wydawnictwo Naukowe IF UAM. 1994. 51-65.
  • Dylematy tożsamości. Wokół autowizerunku filozofa w powojennej myśli francuskiej. Wydawnictwo Naukowe IF UAM. 1999.Tutaj.
  • Rorty’s Elective Affinities. The New Pragmatism and Postmodern Thought. Wydawnictwo Naukowe IF UAM. 1999. Tutaj.
  • Rorty i Lyotard. W labiryntach postmoderny. Poznan: Wydawnictwo Naukowe IF UAM. 1995. Tutaj.
  • The University and the State. A Study into Global Transformations: A Ukrainian translation: Університет і держава Вивчення глобальних трансформацій. Марек Квієк, Університет і держава. Вивчення глобальних трансформацій, Київ - Таксон – 2009. Tutaj.
  • "Nie pytajcie mnie, kim jestem..." Michel Foucault dzisiaj. Poznań: Wydawnictwo Naukowe IF UAM, 1998. Tutaj.
  • Marek Kwiek and Taras Finikov (2001). The Polish Law on Higher Education: Experience and Lessons. Kiev: Taxon Publishing House. PDF here.

Speeches and addresses (seletion):

  • Cambridge, the UK – CHER 29th Annual Conference, University of Cambridge, “De-Privatization in Higher Education. A Conceptual Approach Generated by Recent Empirical Evidence”, September 2016;
  • Budapest, Hungary – 2nd Central European Higher Education Cooperation Conference, Central European University, Keynote Speech, “The Growing Social Stratification in European Universities: Research Productivity and Collaboration as Key Change Drivers?”, June 2016
  • Seoul, South Korea – Conference “Research Collaboration and Entrepreneur Activities in the Knowledge Society”, Seoul National University, presentation on “Patterns of University Salaries Across Europe: Age, Gender, and Academic Disciplines”, April 2016
  • Aveiro, Portugal – Conference “Academic profession in knowledge based society: the project conceptual and methodological definition”, University of Aveiro, presentation on “Major Theories of Research Productivity and Empirical Findings about New Entrants to the Polish Academe”, September 2015
  • Cracow, Poland - Keynote Speech, Conference “Economic Challenges for Higher Education in Central and  Eastern Europe”, Cracow University of Economics, “The Polish Academic Profession: What We Know, What We Do Not Know, and What We Would Like to Know – from a European Comparative Perspective”, April 2015
  • Poznan, Poland - Opening Speech, 20th Anniversary of the Compostela Group of Universities, “The European Research Ultra-Elite. What They Think and How They Work? A Cross-National Study of Highly Productive Academics in 11 Countries”, October 2014
  • Rome, Italy, CHER - Consortium of Higher Education Researchers Annual Conference, September 2014, "The European Research Ultra-Elite. A Cross-National Study of Highly Productive Academics in 11 Countries".
  • Rotterdam, the Netherlands, EGOS - 30th EGOS Colloquiem, June 2014. "University Reforms vs. Academic Beliefs and Attitudes. Towards Universities as Organizations". PDF here.
  • Kiev, Ukraine, The Ministry of Science and Science and USAID, June-July 2014. Workshops on Higher Education Strategies, Reform Planning and Reform Implementation.
    1. The Political Economy of (Higher) Education Reform. PDF here.
    2. The Content and Structure of National Higher Education Strategies, Their Roles in the Reform Gestation, Adoption, and Implementation. PDF here.
    3. Polish Higher Education Reforms. An Overview of a Success Story. PDF here.
    4. Missions, Visions, and Strategies in Higher Education Reforms. A Practical Approach. PDF here.
    5. Trends in Higher Education in Europe (and Central Europe). PDF here.
  • London, the UK, Institute of Education. March 2014. CHES Guest Lecture Series: "Academic Behaviours, Attitudes, and Productivity. Poland in a European Quantitative and Comparative Perspectives". PDF here.
  • Oslo, Norway – Conference “European Integration in Western Balkans”, presentation on “Private Higher Education in Europe: Looking into the Future”, University of Oslo, February 2014
  • Paris, France – Meeting of UNESCO Chairs in Higher Education, UNESCO Headquarters, Paris, “ UNESCO Chair in Institutional Research: a Polish Case”, January 2014
  • Ljubljana, Slovenia - 10th International Workshop on Higher Education Reform (WHER), University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, “Reforming European Universities and Reforming European Welfare States: Parallel Drivers of Change?”, October 2013, PDF here.
  • Warsaw, Poland - International University-Business Forum. European Commission and the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, Panel chair: Universities and Technology Transfer. October 2013
  • Moscow, Russia - International Conference on High Participation Systems and Russian Educational Research Association (RERA) Annual Conference, Higher School of Economics, “Universal Access in a Contracting System. Challenges, Implications, and Policy Dilemmas”, September 2013
  • Lausanne, Switzerland. CHER 2013 Annual Conference (Consortium for Higher Education Researchers), September 2013. "The Deinstitutionalization and the Reinstitutionalization of the Research Mission in Polish Universities". PDF here.
  • Warsaw, Poland – “Financing Higher Education International Conference”,  presentation on  “Changing Contexts and Rationales: Trends in Teaching and Research Funding from a European Cross-National Perspective”, June 2013
  • Brussels, Belgium - The Fifth European University-Business Forum (UBF),  European Commission. Rapporteur, May 2013
  • Gothenburg, Sweden – WORKABLE conference, University of Gothenburg, “Labour-market trajectories of young Europeans. Educational and occupational intergenerational social mobility in the light of evidence from the EU-SILC (a European comparative perspective)”, December 2011
  • Ljubljana, Slovenia. Internationalisation and globalisation processes and their impact on national higher education systems. “Higher Education, Politics and Demographics in the Times of Educational Contraction”. November 2011.
  • Sopot, Poland. Keynote Speaker. Polish EU Presidency Conference: The Modernization of Higher Education. “The Growing Complexity of the Academic Enterprise. Challenges Ahead”. October 2011.
  • Berlin, Germany. ECER – the annual European Conference on Educational Research. Chair: “Europeanisation of Higher Education”. September 2011.
  • Oslo, Norway – NORPOL conference, University of Oslo, “The New Public-Private Dynamics in Polish Higher Education”, January, 2010
  • Oslo, Norway - NORPOL conference, University of Oslo, “Higher Education Funding in Poland: Traps of Financial Self-Reliance?”, January 2010
  • Oslo, Norway – NORPOL conference, “Contexts for Polish Higher Education Reforms 2008-2010: De-institutionalization, Competing Social Narratives, and the Private Sector Growth”, December 2010
  • Oslo, Norway – NORPOL conference, University of Oslo, “Creeping Marketization: Where Polish Private and Public Higher Education Sectors Meet”, September 2009
  • Oslo, Norway – NORPOL conference, University of Oslo, “The Two Decades of Privatization in Polish Higher Education: Cost-Sharing, Equity, and Access”, September 2009
  • Ann Arbor, USA. University of Michigan. Towards a European Higher Education Area: Bologna Process and Beyond. “Equitable Access to Higher Education”, March 2009.
  • OECD Thematic Review Seminar on the "Review of Tertiary Education", Budapest, Hungary, November 2008 (invited lecture) Marek Kwiek, "Tertiary Education and Regional Economic Competitiveness and Innovation from a Central European Perspective"
  • University of Ghent, Belgium, 18-20 May, 2008, General Rapporteur to the conference "Bologna 2020: Unlocking Europe's Potential - Contributing to a Better World" Marek Kwiek, "Bologna 2020: Towards Conclusions from a general Rapporteur"
  • Institute of Political Sciences, Berlin School of Economics, Berlin, Germany, October 6, 2007 (invited lecture, for a PRESOM - "Privatisation and the European Social Model" - seminar Marek Kwiek, "The University and the Welfare State in Transition"
  • Paris, France - UNESCO-IIEP, EUEREK conference, “Private Higher Education – an Overview”, March 2006
  • Institute of Education, University of London, the UK, December 5, 2006 (CHES seminar guest lecture) Marek Kwiek, "On Accessibility and Equity, Market Forces and Entrepreneurship: Recent Developments in Higher Education in Central and Eastern Europe".
  • "Geographies of Knowledge, Geographies of Power" seminar, Gregynog, University of Wales, the UK, January 18, 2006 Marek Kwiek, "The Welfare State in Transition: Changing Public Services in a Wider Context".
  • ECER 2005 Annual European Educational Research Association (EERA) Congress, Dublin Marek Kwiek, Keynote Address ECER 2005 (September 9, 2005)
  • Marek Kwiek, "Academic Entrepreneurship vs. Changing Governance and Institutional Management Structures at European Universities" (Poznan EUEREK conference, October 2006)
  • Marek Kwiek, "Academic Entrepreneurship and Private Higher Education in Europe" (Poznan EUEREK conference, October 2006)  

 

As well as about 40 presentations at international conferences and seminars, mostly across Europe, organized within completed international comparative projects: WORKABLE, EDUWEL, EUROAC, GOODUEP, Fulbright NCS, EUEREK and others.