Autonomy of Higher Education System: In What Direction We Are Moving?
Keywords:autonomy, high education, indicators, evolution of autonomy, educational market, cluster analysis
In the current paper we analyze autonomy of high education. Main question what we ask: exist increase or decrease autonomy of high education in the world. We propose Autonomy Increase Hypothesis (AIH) that was provided with help of evolutionary analysis of phase development autonomy and cluster analysis by autonomy indicator. We analyzed four groupsâ€™ indicators by 28 European countries and constructed five clusters with different level of autonomy. Also, we investigated economics sense of each cluster and make conclusion about supporting AIH.
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