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Alvija Sumskaite and Inga Juknyte-Petreikiene

). Higher Education in Turmoil: The Changing World of Internationalization [online]. Retrieved from Knight, J. (2013). The Changing Landscape of Higher Education Internationalisation – for Better or Worse? Perspectives: Policy and Practice in Higher Education , 17 (3), 84-90. Knight, J. (2003). Updating the Definition of Internationalization. International Higher Education, 33, 2-3. Leisyte, L. & Don Westerheijden. F. (2014). Research Evaluation and Its Implications for

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Joan Freixanet

the INBAM Conference, Barcelona (Spain). Aw, B. Y., Roberts, M. J., & Xu, D. J. (2009). R&D investment, exporting, and productivity dynamics, NBER Working Paper 14670, National Bureau of Economic Research, Cambridge, MA. Aw, B. Y., Chen, X., & Roberts, M. J. (2001). Firm-level evidence on productivity differentials and turnover in Taiwanese manufacturing. Journal of Development Economics, 66 (1): 51-86. Bannò, M., Morandi, V. & Amorim V., C. (2013). Public Policy for innovation and internationalization: are they worth

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Oliver Klein


The intention of this paper is to explore the internationalization efforts of German pork producers towards Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) with a special focus on recent dynamics, market development strategies and policy conditions. The added-value potentials offered by CEE countries have become increasingly lucrative for the German pork industry, particularly as the domestic market currently shows a certain degree of saturation in terms of consumption. The results of this study which is mainly based on qualitative interviews with selected pork producers from North-West Germany reveal that transnational pork production networks between Germany and CEE are shaped by a high degree of fragility and discontinuity. This is reflected not only by the fluctuating development of foreign trade in piglets, live hogs and pork products, but also by the uncertainty and hesitancy of the interviewed pork producers with regard to business operations in CEE markets. It will be shown that the policy conditions on the national level still have a clear impact on internationalization processes in the pork industry. The paper further illustrates that the configuration of transnational pork production networks can be explained, in part, by insights from the global production networks (GPN) and the agri-food geographies literature.

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Ade Rusman, Sugiyono and Suyanto

). Internationalization of University: A Typology of Šiauliai University Culture. Socialiniai tyrimai/Social Research , 2 (12), 174-183. Stensaker, B., Frølich, N., Gornitzka, Å., & Maassen, P. (2008). Internationalisation of higher education: the gap between national policy making and institutional needs. Globalisation, Societies and Education , 6 (1), 1–11. . Sufyarma, (2004). Kapita Selekta Manajemen Pendidikan , Cetakan Kedua, Penerbit Alphabeta, Bandung, 121-215. Sugiyono. (2009). Metode Penelitian Pendidikan

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Jasna Bošnjović and Veljko Trivun

. 25. Teichler, U. (2009), “The Internationalisation of European Higher Education: Debates, Policies, Trends”, in: Gaebel, M. (Ed.) Internationalisation of Higher Education: Definitions and driving forces for internationalisation. Berlin: Raabe Academic , Supplement. 26. Teichler, U.,(2012), International Student Mobility and the Bologna Process. Research in Comparative & International education . Volume 7 Number 1, 2012, available at: / November 13, 2012

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Naše gospodarstvo/Our economy

Journal of contemporary issues in economics and business

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Folia Horticulturae

The Journal of Polish Society for Horticultural Sciences (PSHS)

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Andrzej Cieślik, Jan Jakub Michałek and Alfred Tovias

propensities towards exports? What should be the role of government in raising the export competitiveness and internationalization of domestic enterprises? The empirical study will enable us to obtain comparable results on the potential role of various firm characteristics in the selected MENA countries and for particular countries, as well as formulate conclusions concerning policy recommendations aimed at increasing the export competitiveness of economies and the creation of an appropriate institutional environment. The originality of our recommendations comes from