Planning for Higher Education Journal

Changes in Spanish Universities: Improvements and Unsolved Conflicts

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From Volume 29 Number 2 | Winter 2000–2001
By Jose-Gines Mora, Javier Vidal
Challenges: Change Management

Spain has experienced a period of profound change affecting its political, social, and economic systems in the last two decades. These changes, in turn, have affected the higher education system considerably. Because they have taken place over a short period of time, these changes have created a dynamic situation. Although the consequences of most of these changes have been extremely positive, some unintended negative effects have also occurred. Both positive and negative consequences of the fast change are discussed in this article.

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