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Integration of higher educational establishments for sustainable development

T.E. Melnik
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Melnik Tatiana,
candidate in Economics, F
ederal State Educational Establishment of Higher Education the Orel State University,
doctoral candidate at the Algebra and Mathematical methods in Economics.
               Presented is the author’s analysis of achievements of higher educational establishments, as well as their associations in implementations of the concept of sustainable development. The conclusion is about achieved results, and also the role of international associations of universities for sustainable development.
               Key words: global crisis, international agreements, associations of universities, education for sustainable development
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