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Internationalization strategies of German universities

  • Globalization has been a buzzword for many years: a Google search delivers 44.4 million suggestions in 0.43 seconds, and a plethora of papers have been published on the topic. But do universities need to internationalize? Knowledge and its production – the business of universities – does not stop at borders, it has always transcended them. Criticism of internationalization comes from different perspectives: a number of authors have argued that universities have always been international institutions (Altbach, 2007, p. 24) and that, relative to their size, international activities were historically broader than today.

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Document Type:Doctoral Thesis
Author:Ulrich Bremer
Contributor(s):Andreas Pinkwart
Chairs and Professorships:Chair of Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship
Title Additional (English):Dissertation
Series (Serial Number):Schriftenreihe der HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management (2015)
Place of publication:Leipzig
Year of Completion:2015
Page Number:XX, 250