The Role of Mid-Ranged Universities in Knowledge Transfer in Central and Eastern Europe - Sustainable University Strategies in the Era of Post-Mass Education UDK 378. 4 : 001. 92

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  • Zoltan Gal University of Kaposvár, Hungary

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.26458/jedep.v1i1.7

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JEL Classification: I23, I28, I25, I21

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