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Outbound Student Mobility in Russia: Creating a Path for Brain Circulation through Higher Education

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Е. А. Минаева
Национальный исследовательский университет «Высшая школа экономики»
101000, Москва, Потаповский переулок, 16, стр. 10

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Минаева Е.А. Outbound Student Mobility in Russia: Creating a Path for Brain Circulation through Higher Education. Университетское управление: практика и анализ. 2020;24(2):145-156.

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Minaeva E.A. Outbound Student Mobility in Russia: Creating a Path for Brain Circulation through Higher Education. University Management: Practice and Analysis. 2020;24(2):145-156.

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