At head of title: College of Librarianship Wales and the Library Association.
|Series||Library Association research publication ; no. 20|
|Contributions||Library Association., College of Librarianship Wales.|
|LC Classifications||Z789 .T46|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||68 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||68|
|LC Control Number||78304784|
Thompson's interest in the MEILLEUR project led to the publication, in , of MEILLEUR, Mobility of Employment International, for Librarians in EURope: professional staff exchanges and secondments between libraries in Western Europe: a survey of opportunities and difficulties. International Employment Opportunities and Funding Sources for Librarians-IRRT INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGES SUBCOMMITTEE. Mobility, Internationalisation, Higher Education: European Challenges: /ch In this chapter, the authors address the following issues: convergence of internationalisation paths in universities and trends in European higher education;Cited by: 1. Analysis of Researchers’ Mobility 3 Executive Summary 1. International mobility of human resources in science and technology (HRST) is currently an important policy matter in Europe. One of the major challenges for Europe is making European researchers more mobile and to provide a more attractive environment for creative.
Social Mobility in Europe is the most comprehensive study to date of trends in intergenerational social mobility. It uses data from 11 European countries covering the last 30 years of the twentieth century to analyze differences between countries and changes through time. The findings call into question several long-standing views about social mobility. The Royal Society has commissioned RAND Europe to investigate the international mobility of researchers, with a particular focus on the UK. The aim of the work is to better understand the patterns of mobility, drivers of and barriers to mobility, and the benefits and consequences of mobility of researchers. UIUC’s Mortenson Center for International Library Programs seeks to “strengthen international ties among libraries and librarians.” “Reflections on Librarian Job Exchanges” by Dr. Samuel Brown provides insights from those who have gone through the process. Canada. Asted lists job postings and news on its front page. Listings are in. The book provides new theoretical perspectives and quantitative empirical evidence about the motives and implications of researchers’ mobility in a contrasting international perspective. This book is a must for scientists, politicians and university administrations interested in attracting talents from all over the world.".
report International mobility of researchers: A review of the literature. The report is likely to be of relevance to policy makers, research funders and managers, professional bodies, and the research community more widely. RAND Europe is a not-for-profit policy research organisation which aims to improve policy and. RAND Europe has been commissioned by the Royal Society to investigate the international mobility of researchers, with a particular focus on the UK. The aim of the work is to better understand the patterns of mobility, drivers of and barriers to mobility, and the benefits and consequences of mobility of researchers, in academia and industry. Librarian & archivist jobs in Europe. 3 jobs to view and apply for now with Guardian Jobs. LibWeb Library Servers via WWW. Over pages from libraries in countries.