ESTUDOS COMPARADOS SOBRE POLITICAS DE EDUCAÇÃO SUPERIOR NA AMÉRICA LATINA

Documento síntese:

1995 - Educación Superior en América Latina: Una agenda de problemas, políticas y debates en el umbral del año 2000. Proyecto de Políticas Comparadas de Educación Superior, Centro de Estudios de Estado y Sociedad (CEDES), Argentina, Núcleo de Pesquisas sobre Ensino Superior (NUPES), Universidade de Sao Paulo; Brasil,, Departamento de Investigaciones Educativas (DIE), del CINVESTAV, México, Facultad Latino Americana de Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO), Chile, Instituto deEstudios Políticos y Relaciones Internacionales (IEPRI), Universidad Nacional, Colombia. José Joaquín Brunner (coordinador), Jorge Balán, Hernán Courard, Cristián Cox, Eunice Durham, Ana María García de Fanelli, Rollin Kent, Lúcia Klein, Ricardo Lucio, Helena Sampaio, Mariana Serrano y Simon Schwartzman.

Artigos e documentos de trabalho:

1994 - Higher Education and government in Brazil (with Lúcia Klein), in Guy Neave and Frans A. van Vught, Government and Higher Education Relationships Across Three Continents: the winds of change, Pergamon Press and the International Association of Universities, Issues in Higher Education Series Volume 2.

1994 - O Futuro do Ensino Superior no Brasil in Vanilda Paiva and Mirian Jorge Warde, Dilemas do ensino Superior na América Latina, Campinas, Papirus, pp. 143-178. Paper prepared originally at the request of the World Bank, 1991. English version in PDF format: The Future of Higher Education in Brazil, Working Papers# 197 of the Latin American Program, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington, D. C.; Nupes, Documento de Trabalho 5/91, 24 pp.

1993 - Policies for higher education in Latin America: the context, Higher Education 25, 1, January, 9-20. Versión castellana: Políticas de la Educación Superior en América Latina: el contexto, en Hernán Courard, editor, Políticas Comparadas de Educación Superior en América Latina, Santiago de Chile, FLACSO, 1993, 21-44.

1992 - Rationalization of Higher Education in Latin America, paper presented to the meeting of the Task Force on Higher Education, Latin American Studies Association, Los Angeles, September. <