Tamás Kozma

Selected publications

  • Kozma, T. (2018). The Role of Learning in Political Change. Hungarian Educational Research Journal, 8(3), 89-100, DOI:10.14413/HERJ/8/3/7
  • Kozma, T. (2018). Learning regions for resilience in Hungary: challenges and opportunities. In: Baycan T, Pinto H eds 2018, Resilience, Crisis and Innovation Dynamics. (New Horizons in Regional Science). Edward Elgar Publishing. Pp 68-90. Co-Authors: Benke M, Czimre K, Forray R K, Marton S, Teperics K.
  • Kozma, T. (2018). From the Bologna Process toward a World Class University: The Case of Hungary. In: Rabossi M, Joshi K M, Paivandi S (2018), In Pursuit of World Class Universities: A Global Experience. Delhi: Studera Press. Co-Author: Polónyi I.
  • Kozma, T. (2018) “Learning in Communities: The Essence of Protestantism.” HERJ Hungarian Educational Research Journal 7 (Supplement 2): 8-10. DOI: 10.14413/HERJ/7/Supplement 2
  • Kozma, T. (2017) The Coleman Report in Hungary: Its Reception Before and After the Democratic Transition. In: Sardoc M, Gabler S eds (2017), Fifty Years of the Coleman Report, pp. 157-176. Lubljana: CEPS Journal Edition. Co-Author: Pusztai G.  
  • Kozma, T. (2017) Higher Education Systems and Institutions, Hungary. SpringerLink, Online first,  Doi:10.1007/978-94-017-9553-1_370-1 Co-Authors: Polónyi István, Pusztai Gabriella. 
  • Kozma, T. (2016), Learning Regions in Hungary: From Theory to Reality. Brno: Tribun EU s.r.o
  • Kozma, T. & Tőzsér, Z. (2016). Education and Transition in Hungary: Policy and Research in the Process of Transformation, 1988–2004. Hungarian Educational Research Journal, 6(2), 22-39, DOI: 10.14413/HERJ.2016.02.03.
  • Kozma, T. et al. (2015) Learning Regions in Hungary: Summary of the LeaRn Project. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.4867.0480
  • Kozma, T. (2014). The Learning Region – A Critical Interpretation. Hungarian Educational Research Journal, 4(3), 58-67, DOI :10.14413/herj.2014.03.06.
  • 2013  U. Teichler, E. A. Höhle (eds.): The Work Situation of the Academic Profession in Europe. Dordrecht etc: Springer Publishers, 2013. HERJ Hungarian Educational Research Journal Vol 3 (2013), No. 2.  
  • Kozma, T. (2012). (szerk.) Higher Education in the Romania-Hungary Cross-Border Cooperation Area. Oradea: Partium Press. Társzerkesztő: Bernáth, Krisztina. ISBN978-606-8156-41-5
  • Kozma, T.  (2012). “Roma education in Hungary: A geographer’s view”. (ismertetés). Hungarian Educational Research Journal 2 (2012) 3. 
  • Kozma, T. (2012). “Equal opportunity and national identity: Roma educational policies in Eastern Europe.” In: Majhanovic S et al eds 2012, Education, Dominance and Identity. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers ISBN 978 94 6209 123 8 (paperback), ISBN 978 94 6209 124 5 (hard), ISBN 978 94 6209 125 2 (e-book). Co-Author: Forray R K.
  • Kozma, T. (2012). “A forgotten moment in education policy: A Hungarian-Swedish case study from the early 1970s.” Center for Educational Policy Studies Journal (University of Ljubljana, ISSN 1855-9719) 2 (2012), 2: 55-70. Co-author: Tőzsér Zoltán.
  • Kozma, T. (2012). “Lifelong learning in a cross-border setting.” In: Pusztai G, Hatos A eds 2012  Higher Education for Regional Social Cohesion. HERJ 2012 Special Issue, pp. 163-80. Co-authors: Teperics K, Tőzsér Z, Erdei G. ISSN 2062-9605.
  • Kozma, T. (2011). Education planning in a time of political transition.” In: Bray M, Varghese N V eds. (2011), Directions in Educational Planning: International Experiences and Perspectives. Paris: Unesco International Institute of Educational Planning, pp. 133-146. ISBN 978-92-803-1360-4.
  • Kozma, T. (201). “Learning regions – the challenge of globalization in higher education.” In: Ahola S et al eds (2011), Tiedosta Toimintaan: Osmo Kivisen juhlakirja (From Knowledge to Action: Festschrift for Osmo Kivinen). Turku (Finland): Uniprint, pp. 41-54.