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Marek Kwiek Institute for Advanced Studies in Social Sciences and Humanities Poznań Poland
UNESCO Chair in Institutional Research and Higher Education Policy
University of Poznan, Adam Mickiewicz University ul. Szamarzewskiego, 89 60-568 Poznań Poland

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A nemzeti tudományos rendszerek beágyazódtak a globális tudományba, és az országok mindent megtesznek azért, hogy a globális tudást a nemzetgazdasági szükségletek érdekében használják fel. A globális tudás gazdagsága azonban csak a tudósokon keresztül férhető hozzá és használható fel. Ebből adódóan a nemzetek kutatási ereje az egyes tudósok kutatási erején és nemzetközi együttműködési képességén múlik. A globális tudomány folyamatosan fejlődő, alulról felfelé irányuló, autonóm és önszabályozó természete mélyebb megértést igényel. Empirikus szempontból a tudomány globalizációját a 2000–2020 közötti időszak válogatott publikációs, együttműködési és idézettségi adatainak felhasználásával írjuk le. A tudomány globalizációja a két különböző rendszertípusban különböző folyamatot takar. A tudomány növekedése a nyugati világban szinte teljes egészében a nemzetközi társszerzős publikációkban megy végbe. A fejlődő világban ezzel szemben a növekedés a nemzetközi társszerzős és a hazai publikációk körében egyaránt zajlik.

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