Mutual Enforcement of Research and Education—The Case of Structured Inquiry-Based Teaching of Standardization
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This chapter provides new empirical proof for the relationship between education and research and argues that research can lead to education and the other way around. The two concepts re-enforce each other and can increase the quality of both. This paper adds practical relevance as a concept in this relationship. The paper offers several examples of how education on standardization may lead to research on standardization and the other way around and how research and education have practical evidence.
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