“The world moves, and ideas that were once good are not always good.” Fairly obvious, but in European policy-making these words of Dwight Eisenhower are often forgotten. Sometimes, repetition of old and once good ideas serves merely to compensate for the lack of original solutions to existing and arising challenges.
A typical example is European higher education policy. Though education remains one of the final bastions of the sovereignty of nation states in Europe,...
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