EDUIMHE › Review of Higher Education in Regional and City Development 2008-10: Catalonia, Spain
The OECD review report Catalonia is available here.
The executive summary is available here.
Catalonia is the main contributor to Spain’s economy. For a long time it has led strategic investment in research and development in Spain and developed highly successful programmes to attract talent. The region also has a unique identity with its own language and a distinct cultural heritage. Catalonia is now feeling the effects of the economic crisis. How can it prepare for the post-crisis economy with the help of the university system? How can it balance attracting expertise from abroad with nurturing talent among its diverse population? How can it unleash the potential of universities to contribute to local and regional
By participating in the OECD Reviews of Higher Education in Regional and City Development the Autonomous Region of Catalonia wants to:
More about Catalonia, its higher education institutions,
and its HEIs' role in regional development
Key issues in Catalonia
Regional Co-ordinators in Catalonia
Josep M. VILALTA
Associació Catalana d'Universitats Públiques (ACUP)