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Ein Pakt für oder gegen die Forschung? Zur aktuellen Veränderung der französischen Wissenschaftslandschaft


  • Böhlke, Effi


Seit dem Jahre 2005 macht die französische Wissenschaftslandschaft vielfältige Veränderungen durch: Neue Agenturen der Forschungssteuerung, -finanzierung und -evaluierung wurden geschaffen, die bereits bestehende Institutionen und Strukturen unter Druck setzen. Was sind die Ursachen dieser Veränderungen? Wer sind die treibenden Kräfte, wer ihre Gegner? Welche Ziele verfolgen ihre Protagonisten, wogegen wehren sich ihre Kritiker? Um diese Fragen zu beantworten, hat die Autorin Interviews mit französischen ForscherInnen, mit Vertretern der Forschungsadministration und Gewerkschaftern geführt. Die vorliegende Studie ist insofern der Versuch einer Rekonstruktion der aktuellen Umgestaltung der französischen Wissenschaftslandschaft aus der Perspektive teilnehmender Akteure.

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  • Böhlke, Effi, 2007. "Ein Pakt für oder gegen die Forschung? Zur aktuellen Veränderung der französischen Wissenschaftslandschaft," Discussion Papers, Research Group Science Policy Studies P 2007-102, Social Science Research Center Berlin (WZB).
  • Handle: RePEc:zbw:wzbsps:p2007102

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