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1 As Mary Beard has demonstrated, the term ‘foreign’ in relation to Roman religion does not have an ethnic connotation but is rather a social construction. While there is no doubt that the cults considered here had

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Introduction Foreign language teaching has been highly affected by psychology. Many studies have been performed to find out the relationship between language learning and affective variables. Such affective variables

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Brynen, R. (2000): A Very Political Economy: Peacebuilding and Foreign Aid in the West Bank and Gaza . Washington: United States Institute of Peace. Brynen R

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Kronke, H.-Nacimento, P.-Otto, D. (2009): Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards: A Global Commentary on the New York Convention . Kluwer Law International, 365. Otto D

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Introduction In this study, we endeavor to map the foreign language learning attitude of higher education (HE) students as well as the social background of these student groups. Good command of foreign languages is of key

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1 Introduction Motives of foreign direct investment (FDI) may be unique for each investing firm. However, from the policy point of view, a general pattern of determinants is crucial. It allows governments to design an efficient investment support

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Spillovers from foreign direct investment in Central and Eastern Europe

An index for measuring a country’s potential to benefit from technology spillovers

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Authors: Balázs Szent-Iványi and Gábor Vigvári

Aitken, B. J., Harrison, A. E. (1999): Do Domestic Firms Benefit from Direct Foreign Investment? Evidence from Venezuela. The American Economic Review 89(3): 605

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. References Alesina , A. – Dollar , D. ( 2000 ): Who Gives Foreign Aid to Whom and Why? Journal of Economic Growth , 5 ( 1 ): 33 – 63

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Balogh, S. (1988): Magyarország külpolitikája, 1945–1950 [The foreign policy of Hungary, 1945–1990]. Budapest: Kossuth Könyvkiadó. Balogh S

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Introduction Some degree of familiarity with a foreign language (FL), mostly English, has become a sine qua non of 21st-century life. Exploring recent trends in the use of English worldwide, Graddol ( 2006 ) envisaged an

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