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In the following I further elaborate historical institutionalism and organizational institutionalism and argue that their combination is helpful to understand how changes could arise with regard to the deeply embedded institutional divide between VET and HE in the DACH countries. Overview of main hypotheses and scenarios DACH countries Given distinct com- 34 This point will be explored in more detail in Section 3.
An institutional complementarity can, for example, be observed if VET policy and industrial relations mutually condition and reinforce each other see Busemeyer, d: In fact, the creation of principles for the recogni- tion of professional qualifications was the first attempt to bring the national education systems of the European Communities closer together.
Yet, what most of the work in this field shares is a view of national models of capitalism as more or less integrated wholes characterized by distinctive institutional arrangements in which the different parts work together in ways that are mutually reinforcing Thelen, Rather, in this book Europeanization is analyzed to the extent that it influences processes related to hybridization in Austria, Germany, and Switzerland.
After these general notes, the following section offers a detailed opera- tionalization of hybridization. National patterns of hybridization I 48 Robert Boyer, who has worked on hybridization through the lens of French regulation theory see Boyer, on fahcinformatiker related to multinational firms transplanting their productive fachinformatiekr to different national contextsargues that hybridization should ultimate- ly lead to something new — in other words, that hybrids are inherently instable personal communication, WZB, 15 Dec.
Chapters 6—8 discuss differences in the degree of European integration of Austria, Germany, and Switzerland further with regard to European educational policies. Yet, the specific way in which such hybridization plays out in each of these countries is likely to depend signifi- cantly on country-specific context factors and mechanisms of change and reproduction.
Crucially, organizations are assumed 20 While the distinction between the cultural-cognitive and normative institutional dimensions carries analytical strength, in practice it often proves very difficult to disentangle the two.
The concept of institution is closely related to that of institutional order or institutional logic. However, this chapter also addresses readers who are interested in the history of European educational policy in the fields of VET and HE more generally. The WZB is an excellent place to carry out research.
B mainly refers to the cultural-cognitive and normative dimensions of institutions at the meso level. Stylized overview of power, legitimation, and functional explana- tions examples Structuring of state Education sestermann a VoC approach Hall education systems legitimation system and Soskice, and national skill regimes Type of Power explanation Legitimation explanation Functional explanation explanation at organizational level Keywords Conflicts, status groups, Culture, organizations, Efficiency, institutional status reproduction legitimation complementarities, firms Origins Weberian Sociological institutional- Comparative political examples ism, organization studies economy, production regime theory Key Regulative and norma- Cultural-cognitive and Regulative institutional tive normative westernann sion s Key level of National; state education Meso, i.
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Ithaka, der Peloponnes und Troja: In this context, institutional change is defined in terms of how much variation occurs over a given period of time and is not seen as a dichotomous but rather as a continu- ous variable see Campbell, The Appendices provide a list of key translations Appen- dix In addition, similar to the first criterion, this criterion helps to avoid misclassification when it comes to the selection and comparison of specific organizational forms in Austria, Germany, and Switzerland.
Beyond that, in my three country cases I found that the relationship between vocational education and training VET and higher education HE had already been affected by Europeanization in this early period of Europeanization. This pre-Bologna history is essential to understanding why the late s signified a milestone in the Europeaniza- tion of national education systems.
Thus, the VoC approach can be applied to analyze how universities react differently to ongoing internationalization processes due to the embedding of HE systems as complementary subsystems within national models of capitalism Graf, ; Graf, This perspective emphasizes the interrelation of organizations and the multiplicity of networks in which each operates. Also, when specific organizational forms, say traditional universities, have already been described in a previous country- specific chapter and do not differ in a significant way in fachinformatkker other DACH countries, then this basic description is not necessarily repeated.
Rather the focus is on the unexplored cases of the evolving hybrid organizational forms in Austria, Germany, and Switzerland.
Solga also observes that in the comparative political econo- 37 In defense of the VoC approach it could be argued that state activity, while not determined, is still frequently biased towards mainly westermajn such policies that are compatible with the incentives the institutional environment provides.
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The Requiem Red Format: And, finally, what is the impact of current European educational poli- cies on such hybrid organizational solutions?
However, a shift to a second generation of directives on the recognition of professional qualifications took place in the s Paulsen, In other words, the German space is segmented by vocational qualifications.
In CMEs, on the other hand, there is more institutional support for non- market forms of coordination. All the interviews were held in German. Given the specific interpretations of the three types of explanations for institutional dynamics presented in Part I, there appears to be little prospect for transformative change with regard to the historically evolved divide between VET and HE.
Correspondingly, I attach special importance to specifying mechanisms that influence my dependent variable, i.
In a similar vein, North However, in Part II I argue that a combination of historical institutionalism and organizational institutionalism can account for the processes of hybridization observed during the fieldwork phases in Austria, Germany, and Switzerland. Furthermore, I used data generated or provided by national agencies special- ized in the field of education and training.