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14 December 2011

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These are interesting findings! With regard to the reasons why certain European countries reported more collaborations in our survey with non-Bologna countries, I think it's important to take into account the number of respondents in each country, and how that may skew the data. Romania and Belgium, for example, each had only one school that responded to the 2010-11 survey.

Another thing to consider is the relationship between former colonial powers (e.g., France, the Netherlands, and the U.K.) and their former colonies. Continued relations between those countries may help to account for a larger percentage of collaborations between schools in these and non-Bologna countries.

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