Estrategias que siguen las instituciones de educación superior de Rumanía para apoyar la transferencia de conocimiento

Elena Marin, Carmen Proteasa, Romiță Iucu

Resumen

A pesar de que el modelo de educación superior de las universidades en Rumanía corresponde a un modelo humboldtiano, basado en la armonización de las actividades de enseñanza e investigación, en los últimos años, bajo la presión de la economía basada en el conocimiento, la actividad de investigación ha aumentado su protagonismo. El modelo ha cambiado hacia un enfoque más económico. Este artículo busca identificar las estrategias que las universidades están desarrollando actualmente para sostener el proceso de transferencia de conocimiento hacia la práctica y la política educativa. Para seguir el objetivo mencionado anteriormente, se realizaron entrevistas semiestructuradas con 14 directores universitarios de las universidades con investigación intensiva. Los datos se analizaron utilizando un sistema de codificación que se desarrolló basándose en el marco teórico. Los resultados indican la tendencia de implementar un modelo lineal para abordar la transferencia de conocimiento, lo que significa apuntar hacia la necesidad de crear redes de trabajo entre investigadores y profesionales desarrollando equipos interdisciplinares y de multinivel que contribuyan a mejorar las relaciones entre los diferentes ámbitos de la producción y utilización de la investigación.

Palabras clave

transferencia de conocimiento; educación superior; investigadores; legisladores; Rumanía

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