Academic profession and conditions of academic work

Klemenčič has been a member of the Slovenian research team within the Global Network on Academic Profession in Knowledge Societies (APIKS), which is a continuation of decades long international comparative research on Changing Academic Profession (CAP). Over 20 national teams are conducting system-wide surveys of academic staff based on a common questionnaire. The Slovenian team conducted a system-wide survey in 2013 and 2018 on the conditions of academic work and the state of academic profession. Klemenčič was specifically interested in the questions of academic imbreeding in the Slovenian academic space and academic staff's attitudes towards internationalisation of higher education.

Relevant publications

Flander, A., Klemenčič, M. and S. Kočar (2020) Academic profession in knowledge societies (APIKS) and the conditions of academic work in Slovenia. Findings from the 2018 survey. Ljubljana: CMEPIUS

Klemenčič, M., Zgaga, P. (2015) Slovenia: The Slow Decline of Academic Inbreeding. In Maria Yudkevich, Philip G. Altbach, and Laura E. Rumbley (eds.) Academic Inbreeding and Mobility in Higher Education. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 156-181

Flander, A., Klemenčič, M. (2014) Will academics drive or obstruct the Slovenian government’s internationalization agenda for higher education? C•E•P•S Journal (Center for Educational Policy Studies Journal) 4(2): 27-48

Klemenčič, M., Flander, A., Žagar Pečjak, M. (2015) Conditions of academic work in Slovenia. Findings from the 2013 EUROAC survey. Ljubljana: CMEPIUS