Pros and Cons of International Collaboration: A Case of Serbia and the United States
This presentation discusses the pros and cons of international collaboration between the higher education institutions in Serbia and in the United States. A factual case will be presented where collaboration is underway between the two higher education institutions. Conclusions and recommendations for a successful international collaboration will complete the presentation.
|This chapter was published in: Alex Koohang , , pages 1049-1049, 2012.|
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