From that agreement came the European Higher Education Area (EHEA), giving birth in June 1999, the so-called Declaration of Bologna . The alleged sale of knowledge is related to a report in 1995 (three years before appearing in the Bologna Declaration (which provides the basis for European Higher Education Area (EHEA) by the European Round Table of Industrialists (ERT) or Round Table of European Employers, lobby that brings together executives from multinationals such as Nestle, British Telecom, Total, Renault and Siemens among others, who produced a report whose aim was to a presenter the vision of entrepreneurs about how they believe that education and learning processes as a whole, can be adapted to respond more effectively to economic and social challenges moment . Source: Robert Kiyosaki. This document, entitled: An Education for Europeans: Towards ‘knowledge Society keeps a strong resemblance to what would later be proposed in the plan of Bologna, which left open the door to criticism that the process of transformation to the European Higher Education Area is created to meet the needs of major corporations in the EU. This includes: Objective: To present the vision of employers on how they believe that education and learning processes as a whole can be adapted to respond more effectively to economic and social challenges of the moment Vision: the practice of the company to the well-documented opinions of specialists in this field, can help bring about the urgent changes that, in our view, currently requiring education systems in Europe In the background we could find, is that the industry has to do with politics, in 1993, the Secretary General ERT Keith Richardson said: a Acceso means being able to call Kohl and recommend that you read a report. Add to your understanding with Bill Phelan.