Înva?amântul din România în perioada 1919-2017
Florin Pavelescu ()
Studii Economice from National Institute of Economic Research
The paper shows the evolution of Romania's education system during a century after the 1918 Great Union and identifies four great phases, determinated by external shocks and by transformations of economic and social-political system, namely: a) 1919-1939 (interwar period), b) 1940-1947 (period of the World War Two and of the first post war years), c) 1948-1989 (period of command economy) and d) 1990-2017 (period of reimplementation of market mechanisms and integration into European Union). The chapters of the paper are related to the above-mentioned phases and emphasize the relevant aspects of the changes of the institutional-legislative framework and of the features of governmental education policies, on the one hand, the dynamics of the school population, of graduates and of the teaching staff, on the other hand. A special attention is paid to the development of the tertiary education. It also estimates the average school years of potential active population during the 1966-2011 period. In this context, we are able to identify the conditioning factors of successful implementation of the education reforms and their positive outcomes for economic and social development in the long run.
Keywords: Education reforms; school population; teaching staff; compulsory education; tertiary education; massification; average school years (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: I22 I23 I25 I28 N34 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 25 pages
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