An interdisciplinary approach towards sustainable governance of universities: the case of Lithuania



Abstract

Poniższy artykuł przedstawia pojęcie zrównoważonego rozwoju w interdyscyplinarnym kontekście poprzez wykorzystanie zasad zrównoważonego rozwoju przyjętych w systemie edukacji oraz zaprezentowanie wyników badań ankietowych przeprowadzonych w latach 2006-
2007 na litewskich uniwersytetach. Zbadano studentów oraz wykładowców akademickich w celu określenia wpływu analizowanej dyscypliny oraz zasad zrównoważonego rozwoju jako elementów codziennego życia uniwersyteckiego, programów zajęć oraz zarządzania uczelniami
wyższymi.


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GRUNDEY, D. (2021). An interdisciplinary approach towards sustainable governance of universities: the case of Lithuania. Economic and Environmental Studies, 12(1), 31-44. Retrieved from https://czasopisma.uni.opole.pl/index.php/ees/article/view/4171

Dainora GRUNDEY 


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