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The Program‟s publications seek to advance specialized knowledge about the Chilean tertiary education system through a multidisciplinary and comparative focus with the purpose of disseminating and transferring knowledge to help in the formulation and design of public policies and its informed reflection and deliberation.Together, these publications cover the system‟s most important features pertinent for public policy in Chile.In addition, between September 2008 and September 2009 four senior researchers and around ten assistant researchers and research support staffs have become involved in various Program related activities.The research undertaken in the first year of the project covers three areas; (i) Institutions and public regulations in mixed competitive higher education systems; (ii) Policies to stimulate and help institutional capacity building; (iii) Quality control processes and procedures in mixed and competitive higher education systems.The Anillo Program is also involved in the diffusion of information and ideas to non-specialist publics through various types of extension activities.
Bajar el Informe completo aquí 581 KB Executive Summary The present document reports the first year activities of the Anillo Program (SOC01) on Higher Education Policy.
The Program researchers are José Joaquín Brunner, Ph D, Director; Andrés Bernasconi, Ph D, Principal Researcher; Juan Pablo Prieto, Ph D, Principal Researcher; Oscar Espinoza, Ph D, Associate Researcher; Enrique Fernandez, Ph D, Associate Researcher; Manuel Krauskopf, Ph D, Associate Researcher; Felipe Salazar, economist, Assistant Researcher and Judith Scheele, MA, Assistant Researcher.
Having completed its first year, the Anillo Program is now in full development.
The principal outreach method for the scientific community has been, first, that of academic publications, listed in the Appendix and by the Bulletin of Higher Education Policies, which published five issues in the program's first year.
It is electronically distributed to over two thousand interested people in government agencies, parliament, university leaders, academics, non-governmental organizations, business organizations, and mass communications.