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2010
1 Filion, Louis Jacques; Dana, Leo-Paul; Julien, Pierre-Andre; Veciana, Jose M; Johannessen, Tor Aase; Raith, Matthias.
The future of entrepreneurship research: results of a research workshop with invited speakers and discussants at the International Council for Small Business World Conference in Halifax. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business (IJESB) 2010 ;Volum 11.(2) s. 105-120
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2005
2 Johannessen, Tor Aase.
Klynger og NYCOMED-effekten. I: "Leve av, leve med, leve for? vår bioteknologiske fremtid". J.W. Cappelens Forlag AS 2005
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2002
3 Johannessen, Tor Askild Aase; Harkin, Joe; Mikalsen, Øyvind.
Constructs Used by 17-19 Year Old Students in Northern Europe When Informally Evaluating their Teachers. European Educational Research Journal 2002 ;Volum 1.(3) s. 538-548
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4 Christensen, Gunnar E.; Haaken, Stefan; Johannessen, Tor Aase; Pedersen, Ansgar; Petersen, Kurt.
Interactive Case Studies - Enablers For Innovative Learning. I: Educational Innovation in Economics and Business VI: Teaching Today the Knowledge of Tomorrow. Dordrecht, Nederland: Kluwer Academic Publishers 2002 s. 127-145
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5 Johannessen, Tor Aase; Harkin, Joe; Mikalsen, Øyvind.
Constructs Used by 17-19 Year Old Students in Northern Europe When Informally Evaluating their Teachers. ? 2002 ;Volum 1.(3) s. 538-548
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1997
6 Johannessen, Tor Aase; Grønhaug, Kjell; Risholm, Nils G.; Mikalsen, Øyvind.
What is important to Students? Exploring dimensions in their evaluations of teachers. Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research 1997 ;Volum 41.(2) s. 165-177
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7 Johannessen, Tor Aase; Grønhaug, Kjell; Risholm, Nils; Mikalsen, Øyvind.
What is important to students? Exploring dimensions in their evaluations of teachers. Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research 1997 ;Volum 41.(2) s. 165-177
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