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Buisán García, M. — Aceña Moreno, F. (2007): Estrategias de internacionalización de la Pyme española: una visión desde el programa de apoyo a proyectos de inversión (PAPI) [Strategies of Internationalization of Spanish SMEs: A vision from the program to

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References Calof , J. L. – Beamish , P. W. ( 1995 ): Adapting to Foreign Markets: Explaining Internationalization . International Business Review 4 ( 2 ): 115 – 131

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REFERENCES Andersson , S. – Evers , N. – Kuivalainen , O. ( 2014 ): International New Ventures: Rapid Internationalization across Different Industry Contexts

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Internationalization Process . Journal of International Entrepreneurship 1 ( 1 ): 83 – 101 . Johanson , J. – Vahlne , J. E. ( 2009 ): The Uppsala Internationalisation Process Model Revisited

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, A. – Pellegrini , M. – Dabic , M. – Dana , L. P ( 2016 ): Internationalization of Firms from Central and Eastern Europe: A Systematic Literature Review . European Business Review 28 ( 6 ): 630 – 651

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Global processes and local dilemmas When taking stock of the processes and results of internationalization in Hungarian higher education, it is expedient to look at the internationalization processes taking place at different levels. Besides the

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internationalization: Moving from theory to practice . Dialogues on Global Dimensions of Education , 2 ( 2 ), 5 – 21 . Retrieved from http://preserve.lehigh.edu/fire/vol2/iss2/2 . Wihlborg , M. , & Robson , S. ( 2017 ). Internationalisation of higher

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developed and developing countries. Problem-oriented scientometric investigations of the institutionalization, interdisciplinarity and internationalization of science contribute to enhancement of the quality and effectiveness of science forefront

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Within the field of the organisation of science, concerns about how academics generate patents tend to focus on a single set of either national or international patents. The main aim of this research is to study both national and international patenting in order to understand their differences. We have approached this issue from both a historical and an economic perspective, using data from the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), the largest PRO in Spain. Three periods can be distinguished in the CSIC’s history, according to the political context, namely the dictatorship (1939–1975), the transition to democracy (1976–1986) and democracy (1987-to date). The prevailing legal and institutional framework has marked the way in which patenting by CSIC has evolved in each of these periods. The current situation is one in which there is strong internationalisation of patenting activity, and in this most-recent period we explore trends in some of the economic influences on patenting activity. We conclude that the political and normative context may shape the culture of international patenting at PROs like the CSIC and that increasing technological cooperation has supported this internationalisation. However, very often foreign partners are included in the application in order to extend protection abroad for commercial reasons, so their number may not be a good indicator of inventive activity.

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Journal Citation Identity, Journal Citation Image, and Internationalisation are methods for journal evaluation used for an analysis of the Journal of Documentation(JDOC) which is compared to JASIS(T) and the Journal of Information Science(JIS). The set of analyses contributes to portrait a journal and gives a multifaceted picture. For instance, the Journal Citation Image by the New Journal Diffusion Factor tells that JDOC reaches farther out into the scientific community than the JASIS(T) and JIS. Comparing New Journal Diffusion Factor and Journal Impact Factor illustrates how new information has been added by the new indicator. Furthermore, JDOC is characterised by a higher rate of journal diversity in the references and has a lower number of scientific publications. JDOC authors and citers are affiliated Western European institutions at an increasing rate.

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