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C 3.9-2 Implementing Bologna: The Greek Case
Name C 3.9-2 Implementing Bologna: The Greek Case
Description Author: Foteini Asderaki

This article describes how Greece, despite lagging behind other countries in the implementation of Bologna since its inauguration, has since 2004 made a concerted effort to catch up through a large number of legislative reforms. The article analyses initial hostile reactions to the process, and the resulting introversion and refusal of all reform efforts. However, as the need for wide-reaching reform became progressively more urgent, given Greek commitment to national as well as EU Lisbon strategy goals, the debate became more open and HE was placed at the centre of the Greek political agenda. The article examines the state of the major reforms undertaken so far and the national and European contexts behind these.

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Created On: 03/20/2009 11:25
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