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Felsőoktatás-politikai tévelygések

Higher Education-Policy Missteps

Educatio
Author:
István Polónyi

felsőoktatásban. Tapasztalatok és várakozások. NFKK, Budapest. 5 Kozma T. & Polónyi I. (2021) National Strategies of Internationalisation: The case of Hungary

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of the HRI conference Internationalization A conference that declares itself to be international in its title makes a commitment not to discriminate authors based on the location of

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Abstract  

Seismology has several features that suggest it is a highly internationalized field: the subject matter is global, the tools used to analyse seismic waves are dependent upon information technologies, and governments are interested in funding cooperative research. We explore whether an emerging field like seismology has a more internationalised structure than the older, related field of geophysics. Using aggregated journal-journal citations, we first show that, within the citing environment, seismology emerged from within geophysics as its own field in the 1990s. The bibliographic analysis, however, does not show that seismology is more internationalised than geophysics: in 2000, seismology had a lower percentage of all articles co-authored on an international basis. Nevertheless, social network analysis shows that the core group of cooperating countries within seismology is proportionately larger and more distributed than that within geophysics. While the latter exhibits an established network with a hierarchy, the formation of a field in terms of new partnership relations is ongoing in seismology.

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Úton a kreatív transzfor mációs vezetés felé a felsőoktatásban: kihívások és lehetőségek

Towards Creative Transformational Leadership in Higher Education: Challenges and Opportunities

Educatio
Authors:
Melanie K. Smith
,
Árpád Papp-Váry
, and
Vilmos Vass

Relationship between Internationalisation, Creativity and Transformation: A Case Study of Higher Education in Hungary. Transformation in Higher Education , Vol. 2. a22. https://doi.org/10.4102/thev2i

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, internationalization, and excellence, by using data from the Shanghai Jiao Tong, QS, and HEEACT rankings. The effectiveness of Taiwan's “Development Plan for World Class Universities and Research Centers of Excellence” will be assessed as a case study at the end of the

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. We use the funding acknowledgements data to compare nanotechnology funding policies and programs in selected countries and to examine their impacts on scientific output. Additionally, the internationalization of research funding is examined through

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Scientometrics
Authors:
Daniel De Filippo
,
Fernando Casani
,
Carlos García-Zorita
,
Preiddy Efraín-García
, and
Elías Sanz-Casado

; Philip et al. 2009 ). These rankings, which have spurred the debate about the quality and performance of higher education systems, have had a considerable impact on our global society in light of the internationalisation of higher education. That, in

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usage of two official languages such as Spanish, and the majority and minority one is the Basque language. The given university also witnessed language policy development that comes together with the internationalization process. It brought about three

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factor. Our analysis clearly shows that neither the number of authors or affiliations determines impact increase. Rather internationalisation and cooperation are the crucial factors. Finally it has to be stressed that a bibliometric

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approach ( Gibbs & Coffey, 2004 ; Nyquist & Sprague, 1998 ). Moreover, academic development programs are particularly important in the context of enhanced faculty mobility and internationalization, which propelled the ever-increasing need for

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