Corruption as a Legacy of the Medieval University

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Osipian, Ararat;
(2004)
  • Subject: corruption; medieval; university
    • jel: jel:P37 | jel:P36 | jel:I23

Looking back upon the centuries one would suspect that in earlier ages universities of medieval France and Italy were very different from the multiplicity of organizational and institutional forms of higher education institutions in modern times, and yet one would be su... View more
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    внуков, племянников, племянниц и других близких родственников в вуз, где преподают сами, что способствует превращению некоторых государственных и негосударственных вузов в своего рода семейные предприятия. Подводя черту под всеми пунктами, перечисленными выше, хотелось бы отметить следующее. Коррупция в индустрии высшего образования в США либо тесно связана с политикой, либо схожа с формами коррупции, имеющими место в других отраслях корпоративной Америки, либо не признается таковой. Вузы советской эпохи, объединенные в централизованную систему и контролируемые государством, во многом демонстрировали черты своих средневековых предшественников. Формы коррупции, имеющие место в пост-советских вузах, унаследованы от средневековья. Список литературы Brockliss, L. et al. (1981). History of Universities, Vol. I. London: Avebury. Compayre, G. (1893). Abelard and the Origin and Early History of Universities. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. Haskins, C. (1957). The Rise of The Universities. London: Cornell University Press. Hill, C. (1972). The Radical Critics of Oxford and Cambridge in the 1650s. In J. Baldwin and R. Goldthwaite (Eds.). Universities in Politics: case Studies from the Late Middle Ages and Early Modern Period. Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins Press. Hyde, J. (1972). Commune, University, and Society in Early Medieval Bologna. In J.

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