El Proceso de Bolonia en el Derecho Público Español. Autonomía universitaria, distribución de competencias y empleo público
AbstractThe acquits of inter-governmental agreements, being signed by forty-six States in the Bologna Process context, as a starting point promoted by the European Union States, regions and universities to promote an area for academic integration (European Higher Education Area), is applied to three aspects which need to be identified in order to a better understanding of their benefits and to resolve their most problematic aspects. These three areas are: (a) The constitutional dimension, which is of particular significance in the following subjects: the constitutional rights, the institutional guarantee of university autonomy and the distribution of powers between the State, the Autonomous Communities and the Universities, (b) The supranational level, with a certification system based on the recognition of qualifications, and (c) The public employment and academic careers of university professors. Moreover, this triple definition must be compatible with the legal characterization of the university as a public service.
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Issue (Month): 10 (Fall)
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University autonomy; Constitution; Public Employment; Spain; Andalusia; distribution of competences;
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