Presentations of the Parallel Group Sessions

 

THEME 1: VALUES ETHICS AND GOVERNANCE

 

Monday 11 14h00-15h30


Amphitheatre Stourdze


Market Competition, Public Good and Institutional Governance by
Alberto Amaral and António Magalhães
CIPES and University of Porto, Portugal
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Powerpoint

How Brazilian Institutions for the Education and Training of Civil Servants Are Dealing with Values, Ethics and Governance by
Enrique Saravia and Vera Lucia Correa
Brazilian School for Public and Business Administration (EBAPE), Getulio Vargas Foundation,
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Text
Powerpoint

 

Amphitheatre Gay Lussac


Les défis posés à la recherche et à l'enseignement supérieur par
Marie Nigon
Transparence-International, France
Text (French)

Addressing the Institutional Ethos: the Process of Developing the Ethical Code
for the Faculty of Industrial Engineering at the Universidad Politecnica, Valencia
by
J. F. Lozano, A. Boni, C. Calabuig
Department of Projects Engineering, GREVOL Group, Universidad Politecnica, Valencia, Spain
Text
Powerpoint


Tuesday 12 13h30-15h00


Amphitheatre Stourdze


Responsabilité individuelle et institutionnelle des chercheurs en cas de fraude scientifique : valeurs et éthique par
Eric Baier et Laure Dupraz
Affaires Universitaires, État de Genève, Suisse
Text (French)
Powerpoint (French)

Professionnalisme et éthique dans la formation des futurs ingénieurs au Québec par
Luc Bégin
Université Laval, Québec, Canada
Text (French)
Powerpoint (French)

 

Tuesday 12 15h30-17h00


Amphitheatre Stourdze


Redefining Competition Constructively: The Challenges of Privatization, Competition and Market-Based State Policy in the U.S. by
Peter D. Eckel
American Council on Education, United States
Text
Powerpoint

Values and Ethics – the Borderless Perspectives by
Line Verbik
Observatory on Borderless Higher Education, United Kingdom
Powerpoint

 


THEME 2:  VALUES, ETHICS AND INTERNAL MANAGEMENT

 

Monday 11 14h00-15h30


Amphitheatre A


The Revenue Generation Imperative: Challenges to Academic Capital, Values and Autonomy by
Julia Antonia Eastman
University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Text
 
“Participative” Higher Education and “Academic Dovecotes”: An Action Research Study, Slovenia by
Nada Trunk Širca and Dušan Lesjak
Faculty of Management Koper, University of Primorska, Slovenia
Milan Zver
Ministry of Education and Sport, Slovenia

Tuesday 12 13h30-15h00


Amphitheatre A


Values, Principles and Integrity: Academic and Professional Standards in Higher Education by
Ian McNay
Higher Education and Management, University of Greenwich, London, United Kingdom
Text

Tempering Universities’ Marketing Rhetoric: A Strategic Protection against Litigation or an Admission of Failure? by
Andrys Onsman
Monash University, Melbourne, Australia
Text
Powerpoint

 

Tuesday 12 15h30-17h00


Amphitheatre A


Dilemmas in Management Due to the Reform of Universities:  the Case of the Danish University Act by
Inge Kristensen
Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
Text
Value Based Leadership and Management – Creation, Permeation and Visibility:A Critical Analysis of Value Development in a Leading New U.K. University by
Peter Treadwell, Pam Ackroyd and Allison O’Reilly
University of Wales Institute, Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom
Text
Powerpoint

 

Amphitheatre B


How do you handle compliance without risking the innovation of your education and research ? by
Stephen Egan
HEFCE, United Kingdom
Powerpoint
Gerrit De Jager
HBO-RAAD, Netherlands

 


THEME 3: VALUES, ETHICS AND RESEARCH

 

Monday 11 14h00-15h30


Amphitheatre B


The EU or Universal Academic Digital Library:  Why Do We Have to Wait? by
Henri A. Verhaaren
University of Gent, Belgium
Text
Powerpoint

OECD Scientific Publishing Study by
Graham Vickery
OECD, France
Text 
Powerpoint

Tuesday 12 13h30-15h00


Amphitheatre B


Entrepreneurial Universities in the Network Society: A Code of Conduct for Use of the Internet by
Josep M. Duart and Maximilian Senges
Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Internet Interdisciplinary Institute, Barcelona, Spain
Text
Powerpoint


 

THEME 4: VALUES, ETHICS AND TEACHING

 

Monday 11 14h00-15h30


Salle JA 01


Academic Corruption by
Andris Barblan, l’Observatoire de la Magna Charta
ESIB


Tuesday 12 13h30-15h00


Salle JA 01


« Une Grande École, pourquoi pas moi ? » : une piste pour l’égalité des chances ? Ethique et enjeux par
Annick Soubai
Centre d’information et d’orientation de Pontoise, France
Text (French)
Powerpoint

Educational and Socioeconomic Background of Undergraduates and Academic Performance: Consequences for Affirmative Action Programs at a Brazilian Research University by
Renato H. L. Pedrosa, J. Norberto W. Dachs, Rafael P. Maia and Cibele Y. Andrade
State University of Campinas (Unicamp), Brazil
Text
Powerpoint
Benilton S. Carvalho
Johns Hopkins University, USA


Tuesday 12 15h30-17h00


Salle JA 01


“Fair Chance for All”: Can This Value Survive in Today’s Higher Education Sector? by
Kerry Ferguson
La Trobe University, Australia
Text
Pour un accès équitable à l’enseignement supérieur : analyse d’une politique éducative d’incitation ciblée par Charlotte Le Chapelain
BETA, Université Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg, France
Text (French)
Powerpoint (French)

 

THEME 5:   VALUES, ETHICS AND SOCIETY
 

Monday 11 14h00-15h30


Salle JA 05


Internationalisation of Higher Education and Language Policy: Questions of Quality and Equity by
Rebecca Hughes
Centre for English Language Education, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
Text

Relevance of Ethics in Business Education by
Suveera Gill
University Business School, Panjab University, India
Text

 

Tuesday 12 13h30-15h00


Salle JA 05

 

Jaana Puuka
OECD
Powerpoint 1
Powerpoint 2

 

Tuesday 12 15h30-17h00


Salle JA 05


Engaging with Cross-Border Higher Education in India, while Sustaining the Best Tradition of Indian Values by
Solomon Arulraj David
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Text
Powerpoint
Bikas C. Sanyal
Consultant, International Institute of Educational Planning, Paris, France
Danny Wildemeersch
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium

Les enjeux éthiques de l’évaluation institutionnelle par
Beatriz Bettencourt
Université de Lisbonne, Portugal

 

 

Amphitheatre Pointcarre


Redefinition of values in the public sector, by
Janos Bertok
OECD

Developing and Implementing Principles for Managing Ethics in Higher Education Institutions: Issues and Trends from an International Perspective  by
Francisco Marmolejo
OECD/CONAHEC
Powerpoint