2006
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Abstract: The origins of the concept of benchmarking show us the reason for its popularity primarily under the pressures of rapid internationalization in a wider context. The international competitiveness, the 'movement' for qualities, and the rapid growth of information technology, which has made sophisticated data collection possible, were usually identified as main economic and social impacts on the practice's implementation.Even the main key activities of the European Network for Quality Assurance in Higher Educatio… Show more

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