Сравнительный анализ опыта оценки исследовательского потенциала университетов
The article presents the results of the analysis of economic policies of universities. The principles of ensuring the innovative nature of the educational activities of the university.
The Global Academic Rankings Game provides a much-needed perspective on how countries and universities react to academic rankings. Based on a unified case methodology of eleven key countries and academic institutions, this comprehensive volume provides expert analysis on this emerging phenomenon at a time when world rankings are becoming increasingly visible and influential on the international stage. Each chapter provides an overview of government and national policies as well as an in-depth examination of the impact that rankings have played on policy, practice, and academic life in Australia, Chile, China, Germany, Malaysia, the Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Turkey, the United Kingdom, and the United Sates. The Global Academic Rankings Game contributes to the continuing debate about the influence of rankings in higher education and is an invaluable resource for higher education scholars and administrators as they tackle rankings in their own national and institutional contexts.
Article describes results of Evaluation of innovative EUREKA program witch directed on creation of steady partnership between the Russian and American research universities and communities of experts in the field of university management and transfer of technologies, realized with support of US-Russian Foundation (USRF), New Eurasia Fund (FNE), the American Council for international education and National council on the Euroasian and East European researches in cooperation with the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation. The evaluation of projects of the Russian national research universities is considered in a context of problems of global ratings of universities and the ratings in Russia, and also common problems of evaluation as managerial tool.
Over the last years engineering organizations have been seen as specific agents of innovation capable of implementing scientific results in the production processes and contributing to the modernization of the domestic industry. However, the notions of ‘engineering’ and ‘engineering organization’ have not yet been defined in the Russian laws. In foreign countries these definitions vary significantly and so does the content of engineering services. This paper examines the nature and functions of engineering organizations, determines the ‘innovative component’ of engineering services, and suggests some performance and development indicators for organizations of this type.