Rinkodaros specifika aukštojo mokslo sistemoje

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Motekaitienė, Aistė; Juščius, Vytautas;

The paper presents evaluation the possibilities and effectiveness of applying marketing principles in a higher education context. By comparing business and higher education marketing we can draw one clear conclusion: in both sectors the marketing processes can only be e... View more
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