Linee di evoluzione della valutazione nei sistemi universitari europei
The growing role of evaluation of academic activities in the Italian university system fosters a careful thought about the main lines of evolution of evaluation in European university systems. The analysis will be carried out through a comparative approach. It will help to understand the Italian experiences promoted by ANVUR with reference to the European context and to formulate suggestions for their development.
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|Publication status:||Published in LIUC papers, no.259, 2012 - Economia e Impresa 67|
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