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paves the way to a scientific career and at the same time confers social legitimacy (Ben-David 1991 ). The production of a doctoral thesis brings together the three core functions of a university: tuition through mentoring and supervision, research by

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based on the log-linear model. We also investigated the outlier distribution in order to investigate the legitimacy of the distribution of outliers between the observed values and fitted values of the optimal model (cells with an absolute value of more

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described earlier), and claims can differ in legitimacy depending on industry norms (Merges and Nelson 1990 ). To begin accounting for this heterogeneity in the propensity to rely on patenting, which can affect conclusions regarding relatedness or

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cluster status and centrality. ‘Resources’, ‘local’ and ‘ventures’ bridge these two clusters. Geographic scope In IB, geography matters. Since its inception, the field has derived legitimacy through the observed

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Authors: Md. Dulal Hossain, Junghoon Moon, Hyoung Goo Kang, Sung Chul Lee, and Young Chan Choe

, as a result of NCST creation, university academics could only gain legitimacy and secure funding by aligning themselves with this policy goal. Nevertheless, according to our findings, R&D intensities of Bangladeshi universities and industries were

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) 2 Decision making and its legitimacy were mostly formalized in 19 th century Hungary. Along with the strengthening of civic society, a more ‘bottom-up’ political structure developed. 3 We use the term ‘bourgeoisie’ to refer to the business and

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. No satisfactory reference exists, and claims of mathematically optimal level of cut-off, interesting in the neighborhood of some zoom setting, cannot challenge the legitimacy of picking a completely different scale for observing science. Furthermore

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a cooperative mechanism to extract resources vital to company performance, and that boards are to serve a boundary spanning role, enhancing organisational legitimacy ( Zahra – Pearce 1989 ). According to Lipton and Lorsch (1992) and Jensen (1993

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1950s and 1960s, folk culture brought to the stage by the community necessarily became a part of political representation as the political power sought to reinforce its own legitimacy by embedding the visually characteristic elements of folk culture in

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is high ( Crul et al., 2017 , p. 65). This distinction between asylum seekers and refugees raises issues of classification and selectiveness among immigrants on the basis of the legitimacy of movement. Notably, the policy distinguishing asylum seekers

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