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2010 | Consumer Behavior and Marketing Strategies of Companies in the European Market | 247--257
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Recent trends on the higher education market in Hungary

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In the beginning of the 90s, scientist recognized that is far not enough if higher education always reacts to the economic and social changes, but where it is possible, it should be proactive. Act followed recognition, and in many countries a new type of education model started to be worked out based on "soft" competencies, but on the other hand, offering still very high level theoretical study programs. Some of these models changed the traditional order of studying, and the theoretical background was based upon the practical experiences [Leinonen-Johannes, Palvainen, 1993]. Surprising or not, but those methods became the most durable and successful, which placed economic education into real business environment. First the practical processes were analyzed, and upon the real-world experiences they worked out the theoretical models.
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