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Type of publication: research article
Type of publication (PDB): Straipsnis kitose duomenų bazėse / Article in other databases (S4)
Field of Science: Ekonomika / Economics (S004)
Author(s): Čekanavičius, Linas;Grebliauskas, Artūras;Miliauskas, Giedrius
Title: Lietuvos aukštojo mokslo finansavimo modelio projekcijos
Other Title: Estimations of the financial support model for tertiary education in Lithuania
Is part of: Ekonomika : mokslo darbai. Vilnius : Vilniaus universiteto leidykla, T. 81 (2008)
Extent: p. 7-25
Date: 2008
Keywords: Studijuojančiųjų motyvacijos;Aukštojo mokslo finansavimas
Abstract: Straipsnis skiriamas itin aktualiai Lietuvos aukštojo mokslo sistemos pertvarkos problematikai, gilesniam žvilgsniui į vieną iš svarbiausių, atraminį šios sistemos elementą – jos finansavimo modelį. Straipsnyje apžvelgiama užsienio šalių aukštojo mokslo finansavimo patirtis ir kaitos tendencijos. Pateikiama išsami kritinė įvairių institucijų siūlomų Lietuvos aukštojo mokslo finansavimo modelių apžvalga, įvertinami jų trūkumai ir pranašumai. Daug dėmesio skiriama aukštojo mokslo sistemos subjektų motyvacijai ir jų derinimosi mechanizmui. Straipsnyje siūlomas ir pagrindžiamas naujas Lietuvos aukštojo mokslo sistemos finansavimo modelis, skatinantis visų suinteresuotųjų – visuomenės (valstybės), aukštųjų mokyklų, studentų ir darbdavių – dalyvavimą gerinant aukštojo mokslo kokybę ir derinant jo paklausą su pasiūla
The present conditions of economic and social welfare and the pace of their development are highly influenced by the available „human capital“, especially its quality. Unfortunately, there is enough evidence that the competence of Lithuanian graduates is hardly sufficient to meet either present or future requirements of the labour market. The insufficient quality of university studies has opened a deep breach between the offers and the demands of labour market. The „accidental“ choice of study programmes and low motivation of students combined with insufficient financial resources and rather poor facilities are important factors of such gap. The lack of competition between tertiary education institutions in terms of quality of the their students and graduates is another key factor of deficiency of the higher education system in Lithuania. This paper examines the Lithuanian system of tertiary education with the aim to reveal the roots of its deficiencies and offer a new financial model for tertiary education that may solve many of the existing problems. To achieve this goal, the main global trends in the development of higher education financial support models are reviewed, competition factors operating in tertiary education institutions are evaluated, sources and instruments for the financial support of tertiary education and scientific research are analysed in the paper. The suggested model is based on the assumption that the main responsibility of the state is to ensure accessibility of studies for capable individuals regardless of their social status. It is argued here that instead of state set study costs per student in various study programmes, the accessibility of studies must be controlled by the state-stipulated fixed minimum amount of financial support available to all students.[...]
Affiliation(s): MA Ekonomikos institutas
Vilniaus universitetas,
Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas
Appears in Collections:Universiteto mokslo publikacijos / University Research Publications

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