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Auriol, Laudeline

The Science and Technology Labor Force

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Table of contents

1. Rethinking the Doctoral Degrees in the Changing Labor Market Context
Leonid Gokhberg, Natalia Shmatko, Laudeline Auriol

Part I. The International Value of Doctorate Degrees on the Labor Market

2. Doctoral Education and Labor Market: Policy Questions and Data Needs
Barbara M. Kehm, Ulrich Teichler

3. The Careers of Doctorate Holders (CDH): Principles for Broad International Surveys—The CDH Example
Laudeline Auriol

4. Doctorate Holders’ Labor Market and Mobility: The Academic Career as the First Choice
Laudeline Auriol, Toshiyuki ‘Max’ Misu, Fernando Galindo-Rueda

Part II. Doctorate Holders: Employment Outcome and Mobility

5. Science and Engineering Labor Force in the US
Steven Proudfoot, Thomas B. Hoffer

6. Pecuniary and Scientific Motives as Drivers of PhD Careers: Exploring the Evidence from Belgium
Karl Boosten, André Spithoven

7. Professional Careers and Mobility of Russian Doctorate Holders
Natalia Shmatko, Yurij Katchanov

8. International Mobility of Spanish Doctorate Holders
Laura Cruz-Castro, Koen Jonkers, Luis Sanz-Menéndez

9. Determinant of Careers Patterns for Doctorate Holders
Joana Duarte, Joana Mendonça

Part III. Human Resources in Science and Technology and Their Professional Careers

10. Transition from School to Work of PhD Holders: The Case of France
Julien Calmand

11. Russian Researchers: Professional Values, Remuneration and Attitudes to Science Policy
Leonid Gokhberg, Galina Kitova, Tatiana Kuznetsova

12. A National Approach to Realising the Potential of Researchers: The Case of the UK
Ellen Pearce, Janet Metcalfe

13. Domestic and International Destinations of Japan’s Doctorate Holders
Toshiyuki ‘Max’ Misu, Akira Horoiwa

14. The ‘Added Value’ of Researchers: The Impact of Doctorate Holders on Economic Development
Adriana Bin, Sergio Salles-Filho, Fernando A. Basile Colugnati, Fábio Rocha Campos

Part IV. Conclusion

15. The Meaning of Doctorate Holders for Human Capital Development of Nations
Dirk Meissner, Leonid Gokhberg, Natalia Shmatko

Keywords: Economics, Labor Economics, Higher Education, Careers in Business and Mangagement, Educational Policy and Politics, Sociology of Education, R & D/Technology Policy

Editor
 
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2016
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Science, Technology and Innovation Studies
Page amount
23 pages
Category
Economy
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319272108
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-27208-5

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