The Development of Education and Science – An Important Way for Increasing the Influence of Small Countries in the EU. The Case of Bulgaria
The report concerns the issue of the significance of education and science for the socio-economic development. The accent is put on their progress as an important way for increasing the influence of small countries in the EU. The study is focused on the case of Bulgaria. Some of the most important problems in the education and science fields in the country are outlined and analysed, such as the absence of strategies for their development, the existing financial barriers, difficulties with the personnel, output and quality, etc. Possibilities for overcoming the existing problems and barriers are presented as a conclusion.
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Volume (Year): (2011)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
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