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Perspectives on English teacher development in rural primary schools in China

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Audiovisual Policymaking in Estonia at Times of Convergence: An ‘Innovation System’ as a Policy Rationale

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Key Enabling Technologies – is the Czech Republic catching up the leading countries in innovation and technology?

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Energy Technology Innovation Systems in a Transnational Perspective: Small States, Public Ownership and Diverging Policy Rationales

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R&D infrastructures supported by the Operational Programme Research and Development for Innovation - regional structure and beneficiaries

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Welfare Co-Production: Hungarian and Slovak Reality

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”Cultural and Creative” museums. Introduction to the issue

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This paper deals with museums as a key part of cultural and creative industries and their role in social and economic development. Taking into account the role of museums in the past and the current trends, their contribution is considered to be crucial. Cultural and creative industries are an intersection of art, technology, cultural heritage, innovation, creativity and mental and manual labour. The purpose of this paper is to reflect links between museums, creativity, innovation and culture in the changing economy.

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Building Business Relationships Through the Web: How Medical Technology Companies Enroll Stakeholders in Innovation Development and Uptake

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Social Innovations for the Disadvantaged Rural Regions: Hungarian Experiences of the New Type Social Cooperatives

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