Hugo Horta
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Global and national prominent universities: internationalization, competitiveness and the role of the State
H Horta
Higher Education 58 (3), 387-405, 2009
Navel gazing: Academic inbreeding and scientific productivity
H Horta, FM Veloso, R Grediaga
Management Science 56 (3), 414-429, 2010
Deepening our understanding of academic inbreeding effects on research information exchange and scientific output: new insights for academic based research
H Horta
Higher education 65 (4), 487-510, 2013
Developing human capital and research capacity: Science policies promoting brain gain
M Heitor, H Horta, J Mendonša
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 82, 6-22, 2014
Holding a post-doctoral position before becoming a faculty member: does it bring benefits for the scholarly enterprise?
H Horta
Higher Education 58 (5), 689-721, 2009
Academic inbreeding: Exploring its characteristics and rationale in Japanese universities using a qualitative perspective
H Horta, M Sato, A Yonezawa
Asia Pacific Education Review 12 (1), 35-44, 2011
The impact of publishing during PhD studies on career research publication, visibility, and collaborations
H Horta, JM Santos
Research in Higher Education 57 (1), 28-50, 2016
An output perspective on the teaching–research nexus: an analysis focusing on the United States higher education system
H Horta, V Dautel, FM Veloso
Studies in Higher Education 37 (2), 171-187, 2012
Does competitive research funding encourage diversity in higher education?
H Horta, J Huisman, M Heitor
Science and public policy 35 (3), 146-158, 2008
The role of the state in the internationalization of universities in catching-up countries: An analysis of the Portuguese higher education system
H Horta
Higher Education Policy 23 (1), 63-81, 2010
Training students for new jobs: The role of technical and vocational higher education and implications for science policy in Portugal
S Hasanefendic, M Heitor, H Horta
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 113, 328-340, 2016
How does size matter for science? Exploring the effects of research unit size on academics' scientific productivity and information exchange behaviors
H Horta, TA Lacy
Science and Public Policy 38 (6), 449-460, 2011
The role of academic inbreeding in developing higher education systems: Challenges and possible solutions
H Horta, M Yudkevich
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 113, 363-372, 2016
Science and technology in Portugal: from late awakening to the challenge of knowledge-integrated communities
M Heitor, H Horta
Higher Education in Portugal 1974-2009, 179-226, 2011
Opening the box: Comparing EU and US scientific output by scientific field
H Horta, FM Veloso
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 74 (8), 1334-1356, 2007
Higher Education Research in A sia: a Publication and Co‐Publication Analysis
J Jung, H Horta
Higher Education Quarterly 67 (4), 398-419, 2013
Skilled unemployment and the creation of academic spin-offs: a recession-push hypothesis
H Horta, M Meoli, S Vismara
The Journal of Technology Transfer 41 (4), 798-817, 2016
Higher education research in Asia: An archipelago, two continents or merely atomization?
H Horta, J Jung
Higher Education 68 (1), 117-134, 2014
Too many PhDs? An invalid argument for countries developing their scientific and academic systems: The case of Portugal
JM Santos, H Horta, M Heitor
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 113, 352-362, 2016
Mobility, formation and development of the academic profession in science, technology, engineering and mathematics in East and South East Asia
A Yonezawa, H Horta, A Osawa
Comparative Education 52 (1), 44-61, 2016
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