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Parameters for the Assessment of the Impact of Internationalisation Policy on Quality in Higher Education and its Influence on the Development of Society: The Lithuanian Case

://www.eua.be/libraries/publications_homepage_list/eua_international_survey.sflb.ashx Juknytė-Petreikienė, I. (2011). Parameters for Assessment of Quality of Internationalized Studies in Higher Education Institutions , doctoral dissertation. Kaunas: Publishing House of VMU. Juknytė-Petreikienė, I. (2013). Quality Assessment of Internationalised Studies: Theory and Practice. The Quality of Higher Education, 10, 48-77. Juknytė-Petreikienė, I. & Pukelis, K. (2007). Quality Assessment of Internationalized Studies: Experience of Socrates / Erasmus Programme Participants. The Quality of Higher Education, 4, 74-101. Knight, J. (2008

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Industrial Youth, Housing and Socialist Expertise in Late Socialist Romania

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This article examines the part played by foreign academic literature translated into Romanian during the 1970s. Dwelling on the activity of the Centre for the Study of Youth Problems (CSYP), it aims to highlight the national authorities’ efforts to mobilize youth for a new industrialization wave as part of an encompassing global trend of making the youth into an object of professionalized knowledge and policy. To this end, it analyses how the internationalization of expertise by transnational production and circulation of knowledge changed the Romanian scientific practices and recalibrated the experts’ visibility within the state’s decision-making processes. My contribution explores the shifting relationship between public housing and industrial growth as a foundation for socialist labour politics, the transnational emergence of a ‘rule of experts’, and the political interests around research on youths and their living conditions.

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