internationalisation


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Synonyms for internationalisation

the act of bringing something under international control

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Explaining born globals: an organisational learning perspective on the internationalisation process.
Bounded entrepreneurship and internationalisation of indigenous Chinese private-owned firms, International Business Review 17(4): 488-508.
Towards an integrative model of small firm internationalisation, Journal of International Entrepreneurship 1(4): 339-362.
lt;br />&nbsp;<br /> <strong>Progress made</strong> <br />Last year at this very forum, we discussed the prospect of RMB internationalisation and its effect on China's financial market development.
Qatar does not accept the internationalisation of what is happening in Yemen and opposes anyone who thinks of giving the issue international dimensions," Shaikh Hamad Bin Khalifa Al Thani, Emir of Qatar, said after talks with Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh in Sana'a.
Based upon research presented at the 2005 OECD Forum on the Internationalisation of R&D, this reference provides international investors, policymakers and executives with a balanced analysis of both the benefits (cost efficiency, learning potential) and challenges (national job market losses) of these trends.
They 'also discuss the ongoing confusion and discourse within the field of comparative and international education and suggest that globalisation and its effects have increased the pace of internationalisation processes in higher education.
Two different types of phenomena are frequently referred to in this context: on the one hand, a growth of specific visible international, border-crossing cooperation and operations, such as student and staff mobility, foreign language teaching or cooperative research activities; and, on the other, a trend towards internationalisation, regionalisation or globalisation of the substance and structures of higher education, e.
In response to the economic crisis and internationalisation, headcounts have shrunk, and managers have had to take on greater and wider responsibilities.
Internationalisation and Technological Innovation: Empirical Evidence on their Mutual Relationship Diana A.
Hypothesis 1: There will be a positive association between the firm internationalisation and TMT nationality diversity.
This book examines how and why internationalisation of markets affects economic institutions.
WARSAW, Poland -- The University of Warsaw, City of Warsaw and the Perspektywy Education Foundation in cooperation with Conference of Rectors of Academic Schools in Poland will hold the first conference in Poland on the internationalisation of higher education named "Poland International Education Conference WARSAW 2008" April 16-18, 2008.
The focus in the analysis will be on the special challenges that these type of companies face in their internationalisation process.
The Internationalisation Process for Smaller Ontario Firms: A Research Agenda,.
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