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tr.v. in·ter·na·tion·al·ized, in·ter·na·tion·al·iz·ing, in·ter·na·tion·al·iz·es
1. To make international.
2. To put under international control.

in′ter·na′tion·al·i·za′tion (-lĭ-zā′shən) n.
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Noun1.internationalization - the act of bringing something under international control
group action - action taken by a group of people


[ˈɪntərnæʃənəlaɪˈzeɪʃən] internationalisation (British) n [issue, business] → internationalisation f
... the increasing internationalization of business → ... l'internationalisation croissante des affaires.
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Interest and debate about the internationalization of higher education has increased in the globally from the 1990s with the diffusion of the globalized economy.
If understood more broadly, the process of university internationalization involves, in addition to practical aspects such as international cooperation and academic mobility, operational, structural, and pragmatic changes in the institutions involved, requiring the formulation of policies and the implementation of strategies (Childress, 2009; Hudzik, 2011; Gacel-Avila, 2012; Nafsa, 2015).
Drawing on Penrose's theory of the growth of the firm, we argue that the positive effects of rapid internationalization give way to negative effects with increasing internation-alization speed, leading to an inverted U-shaped association between internation-alization speed and firm performance.
Keywords Speed * Firm internationalization * Firm growth * Retail sector
The internationalization challenge for Spanish Small and Medium Enterprises.
Likewise "genius is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration" (Edison, 1932), when a company aims to successfully carry out the internationalization process it should not leave nothing to chance, which means to analyse carefully all the potential factors and variables that could affect to the progress of the project.
Since the mid-term of 1980s, a notable phenomenon in the field of higher education research is the attention focusing on the internationalization which is a manifestation of globalization on institutional levels (Poy-Castro et al, 2015).
IHE is a concept with rich connotations, thus scholars can hardly reach a consensus on what exactly internationalization is.
This paper explores the evolution of export barriers along the firm's internationalization process.
Pakistan is following the policy of internationalization of higher education that gained momentum since 2002 after the formation of HEC.
It is a common understanding that internationalization is an institution's ready response and/or a reaction "to cope with the global academic environment" (Bernardo, 2003; Altbach and Knight, 2007).