The role of the ideas and their change in higher education policy-making processes from the eighties to present-day: the cases of England and New Zealand in comparative perspective
PublisherGlobal University Network for Innovation (GUNI)
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Under a theoretical point of view, the aim of my work is to carry out a research modelled on the constructivist theory. It will focus on the analysis of the impact of ideas on the processes of policy making by means of epistemic communities, think tanks and various socioeconomic contexts that may have played a key role in the construction of the different paths. From my point of view ideas constitute a priority research field which is worth analysing since their role in policy making processes is rather unexplored. In this context and with the aim of developing a research strand based on the role of ideas, I intend to carry on my study under the perspective of change.
CitationGlobal University Network for Innovation (GUNI)