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基本信息

Hans G Schuetz 加拿大英属哥伦比亚大学终身名誉教授 2016年度中国人民大学讲座教授;Tenured Professor of University of British Columbia ,Chair Professor of Renmin University of China in 2016

研究领域
教育背景

- 本科学习(哲学,历史,教育),德国波恩大学和法国格勒诺布尔大学[1962-64]

- 研究生学习1(法律,经济学,政府)德国哥廷根大学[1964-68]

- 研究生学习2(法律和政府),加州大学伯克利分校,美国[1968-70]

大学学位及其他资格证书

- 法学硕士(加州大学伯克利分校)[1969]

- 法学博士(哥廷根大学)[1974]

- 两次州考试(德语,相当于第一本科学位[1968]和律师考试[1973])

Undergrad studies (philosophy, history, education), University of Bonn, Germany, and Grenoble, France [1962-64]

Graduate studies 1 (law, economics, government) University of Göttingen, Germany [1964-68]

Graduate studies 2 (law and government), University of California, Berkeley, United States [1968-70]

University Degrees and other qualifications:

LL.M. (University of California, Berkeley) [1969]

Doctor juris (University of Göttingen) [1974]

Two state exams (German equivalent of first undergraduate degree [1968] and the Bar Exam [1973] respectively)

现聘岗位及主要工作经历

- 下萨克森州汉诺威市律师(1973-76)

- 汉诺威法律与行政学院(兼职)讲师(1973-74)

- 哥廷根大学、汉诺威大学和加州大学伯克利分校助教(1970-74)

-经济合作与发展组织(OECD)教育研究与创新中心研究员和政策分析师,巴黎(1977-85)

- 国家经济事务和技术部技术和人力资源政策部长顾问,汉诺威(1986-90)

- 下萨克森州技术转让与创新有限公司总经理,汉诺威(1990-94)

- 英属哥伦比亚大学高等教育学教授,温哥华(1991 to 2006)

- 法国,奥地利,德国,墨西哥和日本各大学的客座教授

- 高等教育改革系列国际研讨会(每年,从2003年至今)的创始人和协调员,研讨会分别在温哥华,圣约翰(加拿大),匹兹堡(美国),墨西哥城(墨西哥),东京(日本),上海和天津(中国),都柏林,维也纳,柏林和卢布尔雅那(欧洲)举办

Lawyer for the City of Hannover, and the Land (State) of Lower Saxony (1973-76)

(Part-time) lecturer, College for Law and Administration, Hannover (1973-74)

Research and teaching assistant at the Universities of Göttingen, Hannover, and Berkeley (1970-74)

Research fellow and policy analyst, Centre for Educational Research, and Innovation, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Paris (1977-85)

Minister‘s Counsel for Technology and Human Resources Policies, State Ministry for Economic Affairs and Technology, Hannover (1986-90)

General Manager, Lower Saxony Agency for Technology Transfer and Innovation, Ltd., Hannover (1990-94)

Professor of Higher Education, University of British Columbia, Vancouver (1991 to 2006)

Visiting professor at universities in France, Austria, Germany, Mexico, and Japan

Founder and Coordinator of the series of International Workshops (annually from 2003 to present) on Higher Education Reform, held at Vancouver, St. John's (Canada), Pittsburgh (USA), Mexico City (Mexico), Tokyo (Japan), Shanghai and Tianjin (China), Dublin, Vienna, Berlin and Ljubljana (Europe).

科研项目

1. Higher Education: Policies, organisation, finance, access and participation, links and partnerships with the community


Schuetze, H. G. (2015). Private Higher Education in Canada and the United States: Development, Reform, and Likely Futures. In P. Zgaga, U. Teichler, H. G. Schuetze & A. Wolter (Eds.), Higher Education Reform: Looking Back – Looking Forward. Frankfurt: Peter Lang.


Zgaga, P., Teichler, U., Schuetze, H. G., & Wolter, A. (Eds.). (2015). Higher Education Reform: Looking Back – Looking Forward. Frankfurt: Peter Lang.


Schuetze, H. G., Bruneau, W., & Grosjean, G. (Eds.). (2012). University governance and reform - Policy, fads, and experience in international perspective. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.


Schuetze, H. G., & Alvarez Mendiola, G. (Eds.). (2012). State and market in higher education reforms Trends, policies and experiences in comparative perspective. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.


Schuetze, H. G. (2012). Universities and their communities - Engagement and service as primary mission. In L. McIlrath, A. Lyons & R. Munck (Eds.), Higher education and civic engagement - Comparative perspectives (pp. 61 - 77). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.


Schuetze, H. G. (2012). University Governance Reform: The Drivers and the Driven. In H. G. Schuetze, W. Bruneau & G. Grosjean (Eds.), University governance and reform - Policy, fads, and experience in international perspective. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.


Schuetze, H. G. (2010). The 'third' mission of universities: Community engagement and service. In P. Inman & H. G. Schuetze (Eds.), The community engagement and service mission of universities (pp. 13-31). Leicester (UK): NIACE.


Schuetze, H. G. (2008). Producers of knowledge, centres of learning, drivers of change: Universities serving their regions. In P. Von Mitschke-Collande & R. Mark (Eds.), The university as a regional actor - Partnerships for professsional development in Europe (pp. 11-18). Hildesheim and Berlin: Tharax Verlag.


Schuetze, H. G. (2008). Quality assurance for higher education in Canada: From patchwork to national policy. Higher Education Forum, 5, 113 - 124.


Schuetze, H. G., & Li, S. M. (2006). Zhengzai bianhua de jianada daxue caizheng ji guanli moshi (Changing Patterns of Finance and Governance in Canadian Universities). China Higher Education Research, 158(10), 77 - 80.


Schuetze, H. G., & Bruneau, W. (2004). Less State, More Market: University reforms in Canada and abroad. Canadian Journal for Higher Education, 34(3 (Special Issue), 1 - 12.


Dennison, J., & Schuetze, H. G. (2004). Extending access, choice, and the reign of the market: Higher education reforms in British Columbia, 1989 - 2004. Canadian Journal for Higher Education, 34(3), 13 - 38.


Schuetze, H. G. (2002). Canadian universities and their changing environment: Consequences for academic governance and administration. In A. Arimoto (Ed.), University reforms and academic governance reconsidered (pp. 81 - 100). Hiroshima: Hiroshima University (Research Institute for Higher Education).


Schuetze, H. G., & Wolter, A. (1997). Lebenslanges Lernen und Weiterbildung

als Aufgaben der Hochschule - Über den Funktionswandel wissenschaftlicher Weiterbildung (Lifelong learning and continuing education as mandate and mission of universities in a changing world). In W. Busch (Ed.), Programme, Prospekte, Projekte (Programs, projects and  perspectives) - Festschrift fuer H.D. Raapke (pp. 229 - 268). Oldenburg: University of Oldenburg Press.


Schuetze, H. G. (1995). Funding, access and teaching - The Candian experience of a mass system of higher education. In T. Schuller (Ed.), The changing university? Buckingham, U.K.: SRHE and Open University Press.


2. Adult Education and Lifelong Learning


Schuetze, H. G. (2014). From adults to non-traditional students to lifelong learners in higher education: Changing contexts and perspectives. Journal of Adult and Continuing Education (JACE), 20(2), 37-55.


Slowey, M., & Schuetze, H. G. (Eds.). (2012). Global perspectives on higher education and lifelong learners. London and New York: Routledge.


Schuetze, H. G. (2012). Large archipelago, small bridges and infrequent ferries: Lifelong learning and Canadian higher education. In M. Slowey & H. G. Schuetze (Eds.), Global perspectives on higher education and lifelong learners. (pp. 137 - 156). London and New York: Routledge.


Slowey, M., & Schuetze, H. G. (2012). All change - no change? Lifelong learners and higher education revisited. In M. Slowey & H. G. Schuetze (Eds.), Global perspectives on higher education and lifelong learners. (pp. 3 - 23). London and New York: Routledge.


Adamuti-Trache  & Schuetze, H. G. (2010). Demand for University Continuing Education in Canada. Canadian Journal of University Continuing Education 35 (2) 87-108.


Slowey, M., & Schuetze, H. G. (2009). Changing students, changing universities - International perspectives on policies for access, participation and learning (Editorial Special Issue). Journal of Adult and Continuing Education, 15 (119 - 141).


Schuetze, H. G. (2009). Financing lifelong learning. In P. Jarvis (Ed.), The Routledge International Handbook of Lifelong learning (pp. 375-389). London & New York: Routledge.


Schuetze, H. G. (2008). Lifelong Learning and the Learning Society: From Concept to policy to practice? In L. Doyle, P. Welsh, D. Adams & J. Tibbitt (Eds.), Building stronger communities: Research informing policy and practice (pp. 21-34). Leicester, UK: NIACE.


Adamuti-Trache, M., Schuetze, H. G., & Osborne, M. (2008). University continuing education: Third mission or first? (Editorial Special Issue) Journal of Adult and Continuing Education, 14 (2), 105 - 111.


Schuetze, H. G. (2007). Individual Learning Accounts and other models of financing Lifelong Learning . International Journal of Lifelong Learning, 26(1), 5 - 23.


Schuetze, H. G. (2006). International concepts and agendas of Lifelong Learning. Compare, 23(3).


Schuetze, H. G. (2005). Financing Lifelong Learning: Potential and actual role of  Individual Learning Accounts. In P. Anisef & R. Sweet (Eds.), Preparing for Post-Secondary Education: New Roles for Governments and Familes. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press.


Schuetze, H. G. (2004). Universities, Continuing Education and Lifelong Learning. In W. Fröhlich & W. Jütte (Eds.), Qualitätsentwicklung in der postgradualen Weiterbildung. Internationale Entwicklungen und Perspektiven (International developments and perspectives of quality assurance in university continuing eduucation). Münster: Waxmann Verlag.


Schuetze, H. G., & Slowey, M. (2002). Participation and exclusion: A comparative analysis of non-traditional students and lifelong learners in higher education. Higher Education, 44(3-4), 309 - 327.


Istance, D.,Schuetze, H. G., & Schuller, T. (Ed.). (2002).  International perspectives on lifelong learning - From recurrent education to the knowledge society. Buckingham:   Open University Press.


Schuller, T., Schuetze, H. G., & Istance, D. (2002). International Perspectives on Lifelong Learning: From Recurrent Education to the Knowledge Society: An Introduction. In D. Istance, H. G. Schuetze & T. Schuller (Eds.), International Perspectives on Lifelong Learning: From Recurrent Education to the Knowledge Society (pp. 1 - 21). Buckingham (UK): Open University Press.


Schuetze, H. G., & Slowey, M. (Eds.). (2000). Higher education and lifelong learners: International perspectives on change. London and New York: Routledge - Falmer.


Rubenson, K., & Schuetze, H. G. (2000). Lifelong learning for the knowledge society: Demand, supply, and policy dilemmas. In K. Rubenson & H. G. Schuetze (Eds.), Transition to the knowledge society: Policies and strategies for individual participation and learning (pp. 355 - 376). Vancouver: UBC (Institute for European Studies).


Schuetze, H. G. (1992). Paid educational leave through legislation and collective bargaining. In A. Tuijnman (Ed.), International Encyclopedia of Adult Education and Training (2 ed., pp. 303 - 310). Oxford: Pergamon.


Schuetze, H. G. (1991). Is the academy ready for adult students? Higher Education in Europe, vol 26(1), 13-25.


Schuetze, H. G. (1987). Adults in higher education. Paris: OECD.


Schuetze, H. G., & Istance, D. (1987). Recurrent education revisited - Modes of participation and financing. Stockholm: Almquist & Wicksell International.


Schuetze, H. G. (1986). Adults in higher education: Lowering the barriers by teaching and learning at a distance. In G. van Enckevort,K. Harry,P. Morin, & H. G. Schuetze (Eds.), Distance higher education and learning at a distance (pp. 21 - 38). Maastricht: Dutch Open University Press.


Schuetze, H. G. (1986). Participation of adults in higher education. In J. Klingler & P. Posch (Eds.), Studierende mit Berufserfahrung - Eine Herausforderung fuer die Universitaeten (Students with work experience - A challenge for universities) (pp. 122 - 134). Vienna: Hermann Boehlaus Nachf.


3.  Higher Education and the economy: Labor market, training and workplace learning


Schuetze, H. G., & Sweet, R. (Eds.). (2003). Integrating school and workplace learning in Canada - Principles and practices of Alternation Education and Training. Montreal: McGill-Queens University Press.


Schuetze, H. G. (2003). Alternation education and training in Canada. In H. G. Schuetze & R. Sweet (Eds.), Integrating school- and workplace learning in Canada - Priciples and practices of alternation education and training (pp. 66 - 92). Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press.


Schuetze, H. G. (1997). Regional competitiveness and skills - Policies and practices. In OECD (Eds.), Regional competitiveness and skills (pp. 31 - 103). Paris: OECD.


Schuetze, H. G. (1987). Adult education and the changing workplace. In C. Duke (Eds.), Adult education: Perspectives from China (pp. 96-113). London: Croom Helm.


Schuetze, H. G. (1996). Paid educational leave trough legislation and collective bargaining. In A. Tuijnman (Eds.), International encyclopedia of adult education and training (pp. 303 - 307). Oxford: Pergamon.


Schuetze, H. G., & Rubenson, K. (1995). Learning at and through the workplace. In D. A. Wagner & D. Hirsch (Eds.), What makes workers learn - The role of incentives in workplace education and training. Cresskill, N.J.: Hampton Press.


4. Outcomes of education, especially graduate employment, (regional) economic development and industrial innovation


Lin, Z., Sweet, R., Anisef, P., & Schuetze, H. G. (2000). The National Graduate Surveys - Consequences and policy implications for university students who have chosen liberal or vocational education. Ottawa: Human Resources Development Canada.


Schuetze, H. G. (1997). Regional competetiveness and skills - Policies and practices. In OECD (Ed.), Regional competetiveness and skills (pp. 31 - 103). Paris: OECD.


Schuetze, H. G. (1996). Knowledge, innovation and technology transfer - Universities and their industrial community. In J. Elliot, H. Francis, R. Humphreys & D. Istance (Eds.), Communities and their univesrsities - The challenge of lifelong education. London: Lawrence and Wishart.


Schuetze, H. G. (1992). Human resources development: Education and the world of work. In L. Burton (Ed.), Developing resourceful humans - Adult education within the economic context (pp. 31 - 47). London: Routledge.


5. Innovation, technology transfer and knowledge management


Schuetze, H. G., & Fujitsuka, T. (2002). Organization and knowledge transfers between universities and industry in North America, Europe and japan. Daigaku Ronshu, 26(1).


Schuetze, H. G. (2000). Industrial innovation and the creation and dissemination of knowledge: Implications for university-industry relationships. In Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (Ed.), Knowledge management in the learning society (pp. 161 - 174). Paris: OECD.


Schuetze, H. G. (1999). Wissenschaft als Ware, Forschung als Geschäft, Hochschulen als Unternehmen? - Anmerkungen zur Kommerzialisierung von Hochschulforschung in den USA, Kanada und der Bundesrepublik (Science as commodity, research as commercial activity, universities as corporations? - Annotations on the commercialization of university reseach in the US, Canada and Germany). In H. Hesse & B. Rebe (Eds.), Vision und Verantwortung (Vision and responsibility). Festschrift für M. Bodin (pp. 631 - 645). Hildesheim, Zürich, New York: Georg Olms Verlag.


Schuetze, H. G. (1990). Industry liaison and Innovation in Northern Germany. In J. Allesch & D. Schroeder (Eds.), Innovation and Cooperation - The role of regional networks Cologne: TUV Rheinland.


Schuetze, H. G. (1998). How do small firms innovate? A study of innovative SMEs in British Columbia. In J. de la Mothe & G. Paquet (Eds.), Local and regional systems of innovation (pp. 191 - 209). Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers.


Schuetze, H. G., Padmore, T., & Gibson, H. (1997). Modelling systems of innovation - An enterprise-centered view. Research Policy, 22(6), 605 - 624.


Schuetze, H. G. (1996). Innovation systems, regional development, and the role of universities in industrial innovation. Industry and Higher Education, 10(2), 71-78.


6. Legal and economic issues in education


Schuetze, H.G. (2016  - forthcoming), Einführung in das Bildungsrecht (The Law of Education: An Introduction). Münster & New York: Waxmann publs.


Schuetze, H.G. (2015) Schule, Recht und Gerechtigkeit  (Schools, the law, and social justice). In Manitius, V., Hermstein, B. and N. Berkemeyer (eds) Zur Gerechtigkeit von Schule (Schools and social justice), (pp. 51-71) Münster & New York, Waxmann publs.


Schuetze, H. G. (2013),  [The legal framework and legal issues of Higher Education in] Canada. In: Russo, C.J. (ed) Handbook of Higher Comparative Education Law (p.63-885). Lanham, Md: Rowman & Littlefield.


7. Globalization and education


Schuetze, H. G., Kuehn, L., Davidson-Harden, A., Schugurensky, D., & Weber, N. (2011). Globalization, neoliberalism and schools: The Canadian story. In C. A. Torres, L. Olmos & R. Van Heertum (Eds.), In the Shadow of Neoliberalism: Thirty Years of Educational Reform in North America. Oak Park, IL Bentham eBooks Bentham Books.


Schuetze, H.G., Li, S. Lin, G.(2008) Offshore schools in China, Canadian Asia-Pacific Foundation.


8. Reform of Higher Education


Starting in 2003, I have organized, together with colleagues in other countries, an annual series of International Workshops on Higher Education Reforms, exploring different themes of reforms. Twelve of these workshops have taken place in eight different countries:


International Workshops on Higher Education Reform (HER Workshops)


Venues, Themes and Publications


No. Year Place Main theme(s)

Reforms of Higher Education in Six Countries, various themesSpecial Issue of Canadian Journal of Higher Education. vol 34 Nr. 322005Vienna (U Klagenfurt) Austriavarious themes incl. institutional diversity and system coordination, the changing state – HE, collaboration with the private sector,Major papers on workshop web site (no longer available)

 (eds) (2015). Community Engagement in Higher Education -

<span style="font-family:" font-size:9pt;"="">Li, S., Alvarez, Mendiola, Schuetze, HG & D. Wang (eds) (forthcoming 2016)