New Developments in International Research Collaboration
Keywords:Globalization and Internationalization, Inter-University Cooperation, Research,
AbstractInternational research collaboration has entered an era in which networking has a direct economic significance. Some governments are already beginning to pay a premium to become hubs in global excellence networks. The approaches include strengthening its bilateral ties, investing in world-class research center of excellence. The question is whether these developments will produce significant changes in the world's research capacity.
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Hatakenaka, S. (2008). New Developments in International Research Collaboration. International Higher Education, (50). https://doi.org/10.6017/ihe.2008.50.7998
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