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Marginson, S. (2007): Global University Rankings: Implications in general and for Australia. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management Vol. 29, No. 2, 131–142. Marginson S

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.C. Guri-Rosenblit , S. – Sebková , H. – Teichler , U. ( 2007 ): Massification and Diversity of Higher Education Systems: Interplay of Complex Dimensions . Higher Education Policy , 20 : 373 – 389

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. Conner , T.W. and Rabovsky , T.M. ( 2011 ). Accountability, affordability, access . A review of the recent trends in higher education policy research. The Policy Studies Journal , 39 ( 1 ), 93 – 112

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Higher Education Policy and Management , Vol. 25. No. 2. pp. 131–145. 24 Nickel, S., Zdebel, T. & Westerheijden, D. (2009) Joint Degrees in European Higher Education

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351 365 Zhang, L. (2010): The Use of Panel Data Models in Higher Education Policy Studies. Higher Education: Handbook of Theory and Research 25: 307

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Authors: Gabriella Pusztai, Klára Kovács and Roland Hegedűs

Stiburek, S., Vlk, A. & Svec, V. (2017) Study of the Success and Dropout in the Higher Education Policy in Europe and V4 Countries. Hungarian Educational Research Journal, Vol. 7. No. 1. pp

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-EC. 33 Laredo, P. (2007) Revisiting the Third Mission of Universities: Toward a Renewed Categorization of University Activities? Higher Education Policy , Vol. 20. No. 4. pp. 441

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02282469 Stiburek , S. Š. , Vlk , A. , & SŠvec , V. ( 2017 ). Study of the success and dropout in the higher education policy in Europe and V4 countries . Hungarian Educational

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consequence of prevailing tendencies in the higher education policies in each of the republics that sought to enhance knowledge of national cultural heritage in the broad field of humanistic scholarly disciplines, and it was part of the general (re

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contrary, significant weaknesses reside precisely ‘upstream’, that is, the European system of scientific research lags behind the US in several areas. In turn, such a picture calls for strong science and higher education policies”. This caused them to

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