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Региональная доступность высшего образования и политика взаимодействия университетов с региональными и федеральными властями.

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Т. Н. Блинова
Far East Institute of Management (Branch of RANEPA)

А. В. Федотов
Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA)

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Для цитирования:

Блинова Т.Н., Федотов А.В. Региональная доступность высшего образования и политика взаимодействия университетов с региональными и федеральными властями. Университетское управление: практика и анализ. 2019;23(5):12-21.

For citation:

Blinova T.N., Fedotov A.V. Enhancing Access to Higher Education through University-Government Cooperation (the Case of Russian Far Eastern Regions). University Management: Practice and Analysis. 2019;23(5):12-21.

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