Gobernanza de la educación superior: el papel de las ideas en las políticas

Palabras clave: Educación superior, Sistemas, Gobernanza, Ideas

Resumen

En la investigación de la educación superior existe hoy un giro que resalta la importancia de las ideas en todas las dimensiones de la organización académica. El presente artículo propone un marco analítico para observar el rol de las ideas en la gobernanza de los sistemas de educación superior. Con este fin, indaga cómo se manifiesta el poder ideacional –esto es, el poder ejercido a través, sobre y en las ideas– en relación con las principales dimensiones de la gobernanza (regulaciones estatales, encuadramiento de las partes interesadas, autogobierno académico y gerencial, competencia y financiamiento). A continuación, se pone a prueba este marco para hacer un examen general de las principales tendencias de la gobernanza en la educación superior contemporánea. El artículo finaliza con un resumen y una reflexión general, basada en los análisis anteriores, sobre el papel de las ideas en la gobernanza.

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Biografía del autor/a

José Joaquín Brunner, Universidad Diego Portales (UDP), Chile

Sociólogo, PhD por la Universidad de Leiden, Países Bajos, Profesor Titular de la Universidad Diego Portales de Chile donde dirige la Cátedra UNESCO de Políticas Comparadas de Educación Superior. Sus líneas de investigación son sociología comparada de políticas y sistemas de educación superior, economía política y gobernanza de sistemas nacionales de educación superior, y análisis organizacional de mercados de la educación superior.

Francisco Ganga, Universidad de Tarapacá (UTA), Chile

Administrador Público, Licenciado en Administración, Magíster en Administración de Empresas, Doctorado en Administración de Empresas, Doctorado en Gestión Estratégica y Negocios Internacionales y Postdoctorado en Ciencias Humanas. Consultor Internacional, Profesor Titular del Departamento de Educación de la Facultad de Educación y Humanidades de la Universidad de Tarapacá-Chile e Investigador Instituto Interuniversitario de Investigación Educativa (IESED). Web personal: franciscoganga.cl

Emilio Rodríguez-Ponce, Universidad de Tarapacá (UTA), Chile

Profesor Titular y Rector de la Universidad de Tarapacá. Doctor en Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales por la Universidad Complutense de Madrid y Doctor en Ciencias de la Educación por la Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona. Sus líneas de investigación consideran el campo de la educación superior, los procesos de toma de decisiones, la gestión del conocimiento y el liderazgo.

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Cómo citar

Brunner, J. J., Labraña, J., Ganga, F., & Rodríguez-Ponce, E. (2020). Gobernanza de la educación superior: el papel de las ideas en las políticas. Revista Iberoamericana De Educación, 83(1), 211-238. https://doi.org/10.35362/rie8313866
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2020-05-20
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- La gobernanza de los sistemas educativos en Iberoamérica