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Stoica, Alina and Toca, Constantin-Vasile (2010): Romanian-Hungarian cross-border cultural and educational relations. Published in: No. Cross-Border Partnership with special regard to the Hungarian-Romanian-Ukrainian tripartite border (2010): pp. 70-75.


Toca, Constantin-Vasile (2011): Etapele dezvoltării unei cooperări transfrontaliere funcţionale Studiu de caz. Comunităţile Oradea şi Debrecen, posibil model pentru comunităţi de la frontiera româno-moldoveană-ucrainiană. Published in: Ukraine-Romania-Moldova: Historical, Political And Cultural Aspects Of Their Relations In The Contemporary European Procesess Context , Vol. IV, No. Volume IV (2011): pp. 379-391.


Toca, Constantin-Vasile (2013): Diferrent territorial levels of Romanian-Hungarian Cross-border cooperation. Published in: No. The frontier worker – new perspectives on the labor market in the border regions (2013): pp. 71-80.

Toca, Constantin-Vasile (2013): Ethnical analysis within Bihor-Hajdú Bihar Euroregion. Published in: No. Ethnicity and Intercultural Dialogue at the European Union Eastern Border, Edited by Mircea Brie, Ioan Horga, Sorin Șipoș, 2013 (2013): pp. 111-119.

Toca, Constantin-Vasile (2013): Romanian-Hungarian cross-border cooperation at various territorial levels, with a particular study of the Debrecen-Oradea Eurometropolis (European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation-EGTC). Published in: Eurolimes No. Supplement of Eurolimes (2013): pp. 1-210.


Toca, Constantin-Vasile and Teperics, Károly and Czimre, Klára (2014): The role of the Univesrities of Oradea and Debrecen in attracting foreign students in the field of medicine. Published in: No. Cross-border cooperation: models of good practice in Carpathian Region (2014): pp. 244-255.

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