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. Baygan , G. and Freudenberg , M. ( 2000 ): The Internationalisation of Venture Capital Activity in OECD Countries: Implications for Measurement and Policy . OECD, DSTI Working Papers, No. 7, 19 December

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European Union: A Distinctive Model of Internationalization. Journal of European Public Policy 5(2). The European Union: A Distinctive Model of Internationalization Journal of European Public Policy

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Internationalisation of Richter Gedeon, the Hungarian Pharmaceutical Company, and Entrepreneurship in Hungary . In: Tõnis , M. – Arnis , S. – Danica , P. (eds.): Entrepreneurship in Central and Eastern Europe: Development through Internationalization

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. Bassecoulard , E. 1998 Internationalization of scientific journals: a measurement based on publication and citation scope Scientometrics 41 255 – 271

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A neveléslélektan a korai Kádár-korszakban

Education Policy and Educational Psychology in the Early/Classical Kadar-era

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Author:
Tibor Darvai

felében . Budapest, Gondolat Kiadó. pp. 225–251. 5 Carson, J. (2014) Mental Testing in the Early Twentieth Century: Internationalizing the Mental

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Határon túli magyar oktatási támogatások 2010 és 2022 között

Hungarian Educational Cross-border Support System between 2010–2022

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Authors:
Kinga Magdolna Mandel
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Tünde Morvai

://www.kulhonimagyarok.hu/kategoria/programok/hatartalanul/ [Letöltve: 2022. 01. 06.] 12 Kymlicka, W. (2008) The internationalization of minority rights. International Journal of Constitutional Law, Vol. 6. No. 1. pp. 1–32. https://doi.org/10.1093/icon/mom032 13

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Neurodivergens hallgatók a felsőoktatásban

Neurodivergent Students in Higher Education

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Author:
Zsófia Júlia Tószegi

International Perspective . Routledge. 5 Brooks, R. & Waters, J. L. (2011) Student Mobilities, Migration and the Internationalization of Higher Education . London, Palgrave Macmillan. 6 Burgstahler

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only due to the demographic decline but also the internationalisation of migration. Global migration processes have an impact on the primary roles of contemporary education. Education systems can only attain new functions through a consistent education

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Interkulturális kompetenciák fejlesztése a hatékonyabb betegellátás és a nemzetközi gyógyító és kutatói együttműködések érdekében

Developing intercultural competences for more effective patient care and international medical and research collaborations

Orvosi Hetilap
Authors:
Timea Németh
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Erika Marek
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Nóra Faubl
,
Balázs Sütő
,
Marquette Jon
, and
Gabriella Hild

, Goján R. Internationalisation in nursing education. [Nemzetköziesedés az ápolóképzésben.] Magyar Felsőoktatás 2003; 9–10: 18–21. [Hungarian] 21 Cai W

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internationalised technologically. Localisation of knowledge flows and national research structure Hypothesis 1 is based on visualizing the size of a country in absolute terms. We next apply some relative reasoning, based on the

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