|Author||: Richard Desjardins|
|Publisher||: Richard Desjardins|
|Total Pages||: 216|
|ISBN 10||: 9783639001693|
|ISBN 13||: 3639001699|
|Language||: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL|
As national governments reform their educational systems to meet the challenges of living in a globalised world, the agenda setting power of transnational organizations like the OECD and the EU have become more transparent in the last decade. The phenomenon of globalization has a number of implications for education policy-making processes and not least it has had an impact on who conducts policy studies and how. This book brings together a variety of contributions which explore recent political economic changes affecting education policy-making processes including the ascension of neo-liberalism and the transnationalization of education policy-making, as well as the tension between research of policy and research for policy. Working from different perspectives, the authors help to provide a better understanding of these two important sets of issues which the field of education must contend with today.