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The Management of the University of the Future. Values or mercenarism?

Paul Marinescu (), Cătălin Grădinaru () and Sorin-George Toma ()
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Paul Marinescu: University of Bucharest, Romania
Cătălin Grădinaru: University of Bucharest, Romania
Sorin-George Toma: University of Bucharest, Romania

Manager Journal, 2016, vol. 23, issue 1, 81-87

Abstract: In this article we intend to do a review of the main issues faced by the higher education in Eastern Europe, the causes which generate these problems, but also the economic, social, political and cultural effects on the level of those countries, but also on international level. The process of explaining the political factors will never be able to replace the realities and that is the reason why we propose to have, on an European level, an analysis of the way in which the economic discrepancies deepen the educational ones thus creating a spiral of disparities within all areas. It is obvious that we cannot only conclude that certain policies have been bankrupt, but to seek and find solutions for the future. The demographic deficit in the Eastern European countries has created even bigger problems in the educational field favouring the emergence of some problems in pension systems also, but in the systems of distributing the revenues as well.

Keywords: flow of human resources; selection; business environment; motivation; personal; performance management; discrepancy (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2016
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