Exploring interest intermediation in Central and Eastern Europe : is higher education different?

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Interest Groups & Advocacy. Springer. 2021, 10(4), pp. 399-429. ISSN 2047-7414. eISSN 2047-7422. Available under: doi: 10.1057/s41309-021-00136-x
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Higher education interest groups remain somewhat understudied from a comparative theory-driven perspective. This is surprising because political decisions regarding higher education must increasingly be legitimized to students, taxpayers, the academic community and society. This article aims to advance our understanding of higher education stakeholders in post-communist Europe. In our view, the region deserves more attention, not least because students and academics were very instrumental in bringing down communism and institutionalizing democracy. First, we draw on Klemenčič’s (EJHE 2(1): 2–19, 2012; SHE 39(3):396–411, 2014) distinction between corporatist and pluralist as well as formalized and informal systems of representation in higher education. Looking at survey data from four countries—Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovenia—we examine to what extent post-communist democracies have established corporatist institutions to facilitate the formal participation of various crucial stakeholder organizations, e.g. students’ unions, academic unions, rectors’ conferences, etc. Then we address whether higher education organizations enjoy privileged access to policy-makers compared to those from other policy areas, while engaging with the argument that higher education is a particular case of “stakeholder democracy” in a region otherwise characterized by weak civic participation and corporatism. To wrap up, we discuss different “mutations of higher education corporatism” in each country.

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Higher education, Organized interests, Central and Eastern Europe, Student unions, Rectors’ organizations
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ISO 690DOBBINS, Michael, Brigitte HORVÁTHOVÁ, Rafael LABANINO, 2021. Exploring interest intermediation in Central and Eastern Europe : is higher education different?. In: Interest Groups & Advocacy. Springer. 2021, 10(4), pp. 399-429. ISSN 2047-7414. eISSN 2047-7422. Available under: doi: 10.1057/s41309-021-00136-x
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@article{Dobbins2021-12Explo-55696,
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  doi={10.1057/s41309-021-00136-x},
  title={Exploring interest intermediation in Central and Eastern Europe : is higher education different?},
  number={4},
  volume={10},
  issn={2047-7414},
  journal={Interest Groups & Advocacy},
  pages={399--429},
  author={Dobbins, Michael and Horváthová, Brigitte and Labanino, Rafael}
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