The Bologna and ASEM Education Processes: Comparing Governance Models and Outcomes

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Abstract

The Bologna Process (BP) and the ASEM Education Process (AEP) have been recognised as outstanding examples of regional and inter-regional higher education projects. Despite their different histories, governance structures and trajectories of development, today each process brings together some 50 countries and a dozen of international organisations in a sectoral space that shapes the global higher education landscape. This article reviews and explains the governance models and outcomes of regional higher education cooperation by analysing the causes of major differences and similarities of the two processes. By comparing some key features, this contribution aims at enhancing the understanding of the two large-scale regional projects and improving the collaborative practices in the future.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationLooking back and Looking ahead: The ASEM Education Process – History and Vision 2008 – 2018
EditorsAlexandra Angress, Siegbert Wuttig
Place of PublicationBonn, Germany
PublisherLemmens
Pages36-45
Number of pages10
ISBN (Print) 978-3-86856-020-6
Publication statusPublished - 2018

Fingerprint

ASEM
governance
education
Bologna Process
cause
history

Cite this

Dang, Q. A. (2018). The Bologna and ASEM Education Processes: Comparing Governance Models and Outcomes. In A. Angress, & S. Wuttig (Eds.), Looking back and Looking ahead: The ASEM Education Process – History and Vision 2008 – 2018 (pp. 36-45). Bonn, Germany: Lemmens.

The Bologna and ASEM Education Processes: Comparing Governance Models and Outcomes. / Dang, Que Anh.

Looking back and Looking ahead: The ASEM Education Process – History and Vision 2008 – 2018. ed. / Alexandra Angress; Siegbert Wuttig. Bonn, Germany : Lemmens, 2018. p. 36-45.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Dang, QA 2018, The Bologna and ASEM Education Processes: Comparing Governance Models and Outcomes. in A Angress & S Wuttig (eds), Looking back and Looking ahead: The ASEM Education Process – History and Vision 2008 – 2018. Lemmens, Bonn, Germany, pp. 36-45.
Dang QA. The Bologna and ASEM Education Processes: Comparing Governance Models and Outcomes. In Angress A, Wuttig S, editors, Looking back and Looking ahead: The ASEM Education Process – History and Vision 2008 – 2018. Bonn, Germany: Lemmens. 2018. p. 36-45
Dang, Que Anh. / The Bologna and ASEM Education Processes: Comparing Governance Models and Outcomes. Looking back and Looking ahead: The ASEM Education Process – History and Vision 2008 – 2018. editor / Alexandra Angress ; Siegbert Wuttig. Bonn, Germany : Lemmens, 2018. pp. 36-45
@inbook{3eb2c80573a443ecbd88aca09b57b0f4,
title = "The Bologna and ASEM Education Processes: Comparing Governance Models and Outcomes",
abstract = "The Bologna Process (BP) and the ASEM Education Process (AEP) have been recognised as outstanding examples of regional and inter-regional higher education projects. Despite their different histories, governance structures and trajectories of development, today each process brings together some 50 countries and a dozen of international organisations in a sectoral space that shapes the global higher education landscape. This article reviews and explains the governance models and outcomes of regional higher education cooperation by analysing the causes of major differences and similarities of the two processes. By comparing some key features, this contribution aims at enhancing the understanding of the two large-scale regional projects and improving the collaborative practices in the future.",
author = "Dang, {Que Anh}",
year = "2018",
language = "English",
isbn = "978-3-86856-020-6",
pages = "36--45",
editor = "Angress, {Alexandra } and Wuttig, {Siegbert }",
booktitle = "Looking back and Looking ahead: The ASEM Education Process – History and Vision 2008 – 2018",
publisher = "Lemmens",
address = "Netherlands",

}

TY - CHAP

T1 - The Bologna and ASEM Education Processes: Comparing Governance Models and Outcomes

AU - Dang, Que Anh

PY - 2018

Y1 - 2018

N2 - The Bologna Process (BP) and the ASEM Education Process (AEP) have been recognised as outstanding examples of regional and inter-regional higher education projects. Despite their different histories, governance structures and trajectories of development, today each process brings together some 50 countries and a dozen of international organisations in a sectoral space that shapes the global higher education landscape. This article reviews and explains the governance models and outcomes of regional higher education cooperation by analysing the causes of major differences and similarities of the two processes. By comparing some key features, this contribution aims at enhancing the understanding of the two large-scale regional projects and improving the collaborative practices in the future.

AB - The Bologna Process (BP) and the ASEM Education Process (AEP) have been recognised as outstanding examples of regional and inter-regional higher education projects. Despite their different histories, governance structures and trajectories of development, today each process brings together some 50 countries and a dozen of international organisations in a sectoral space that shapes the global higher education landscape. This article reviews and explains the governance models and outcomes of regional higher education cooperation by analysing the causes of major differences and similarities of the two processes. By comparing some key features, this contribution aims at enhancing the understanding of the two large-scale regional projects and improving the collaborative practices in the future.

UR - https://www.lemmens.de/dateien/medien/ebooks/wissenschaft-hochschule-forschung/2018_asem_looking_back_and_looking_ahead.pdf

M3 - Chapter

SN - 978-3-86856-020-6

SP - 36

EP - 45

BT - Looking back and Looking ahead: The ASEM Education Process – History and Vision 2008 – 2018

A2 - Angress, Alexandra

A2 - Wuttig, Siegbert

PB - Lemmens

CY - Bonn, Germany

ER -