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Lane, Jan-Erik – European Journal of Education, 1980
Five models commonly used to analyze change in the Swedish higher education system are described, and a sixth model related more to public administration than to education is proposed. The public administration model approaches higher education as a system of institutions interrelated by an authority structure, a relationship not fully considered…
Descriptors: Administrative Organization, Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Models
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Lane, Jan-Erik; Stenlund, Hans – European Journal of Education, 1983
The future of the academic profession in Sweden will depend on the public commitment to developing equality, job security, and flexibility in a traditionally stratified profession at a time of relative financial inflexibility. A number of directions are now possible, determined by the relationship formed between policy and economy. (MSE)
Descriptors: College Faculty, Educational Change, Faculty Development, Faculty Promotion
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Lane, Jan-Erik; Murray, Mac – European Journal of Education, 1985
The implications of Sweden's recent policy trend toward broad decentralization in government for the education system in general, and higher education in particular, are discussed, including issues of local involvement and central reforms, autonomy and local governance, and bureaucratization. (MSE)
Descriptors: Administrative Organization, Decentralization, Educational Administration, Elementary Secondary Education
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Lane, Jan-Erik; And Others – European Journal of Education, 1981
Major reforms in Swedish higher education contained a number of distinct ideas whose status among Swedish academics are evaluated in a national survey. These ideas comprise an emphasis on: integration, increased geographical distribution, egalitarian values, teaching and undergraduate training, and interdisciplinary, relevant, and applied…
Descriptors: College Faculty, College Instruction, Educational Change, Educational Policy