Коррупция В Высшем Образовании Как Наследие Средневековых Университетов
[Corruption as a Legacy of the Medieval University]
AbstractLooking back upon the centuries one would suspect that in earlier ages universities of medieval France and Italy were very different from the multiplicity of organizational and institutional forms of higher education institutions in modern times, and yet one would be surprised how much these old universitas and modern universities have in common. The increasing scale and scope of corruption in higher education in the former Soviet Bloc as well as numerous other countries urges a better understanding of the problem within the context of socio-economic transformations. Corruption in higher education is deeply rooted in the organizational structure of each higher education institution. This paper analyzes corrupt legacies in admission, teaching and learning, and graduation.
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Date of creation: 01 Jan 2004
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corruption; medieval; university;
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