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Europeanising national research policies: the case of Serbia

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The paper analyses recent developments in Serbian research policy through the prism of policy convergence. The research question raised by the authors is concerned with the problem of policy change and adaptation in the European context. On the one hand, it explores what is being transferred from the European policy area to the domestic one, and secondly it looks at the nature of convergence between these policies. The study utilises policy convergence literature in addressing the outcome of the policy transfer. It concludes that Serbia’s research system is undergoing a powerful policy harmonisation within the broader framework of European integration. Convergence is documented in several aspects between European and Serbian research policies.
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Serbia, policy convergence, research, Europeanisation

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Šabić, Norbert, and Jelena Brankovic. 2013. “Europeanising National Research Policies: The Case of Serbia.” EIHER-WBC Working Paper Series. Belgrade, Servia: Centre for Education Policy.
APA
Šabić, N., & Brankovic, J. (2013). Europeanising national research policies: the case of Serbia. EIHER-WBC Working Paper Series. Belgrade, Servia: Centre for Education Policy.
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Šabić N, Brankovic J. Europeanising national research policies: the case of Serbia. EIHER-WBC Working Paper Series. Belgrade, Servia: Centre for Education Policy; 2013.
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Šabić, Norbert, and Jelena Brankovic. “Europeanising National Research Policies: The Case of Serbia.” EIHER-WBC Working Paper Series 2013 : n. pag. Print.
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  abstract     = {The paper analyses recent developments in Serbian research policy through the prism of policy convergence. The research question raised by the authors is concerned with the problem of policy change and adaptation in the European context. On the one hand, it explores what is being transferred from the European policy area to the domestic one, and secondly it looks at the nature of convergence between these policies. The study utilises policy convergence literature in addressing the outcome of the policy transfer. It concludes that Serbia{\textquoteright}s research system is undergoing a powerful policy harmonisation within the broader framework of European integration. Convergence is documented in several aspects between European and Serbian research policies.},
  author       = {\v{S}abi\'{c}, Norbert and Brankovic, Jelena},
  issn         = {2334-8178},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {21},
  publisher    = {Centre for Education Policy},
  series       = {EIHER-WBC Working Paper Series},
  title        = {Europeanising national research policies: the case of Serbia},
  url          = {http://www.eiher-wbc.rs/public/2013-1\_Sabic\_Brankovic4.pdf},
  year         = {2013},
}