Head: Sveva Avveduto
Analysis of the aspects of research, institutional, policy relating to highly skilled human capital for science and technology. Specific topics covered include:
Advanced training for research in comparison with foreign educational systems.
Scientific careers and prospects of research careers. Study of the flexibility of scientific work.
Gender issues: post-secondary education and careers in research.
International mobility of students, graduate students, postdocs and research staff.
Research, innovation and social networks.
New models of scholarly communication.
In carrying out the research we make use of strong national and international collaborations, in particular the participation in networks of policy and research (OECD, EU, UNESCO, ESF), collaborations with Italian and foreign institutions and universities as well as funding from European Commission and national public and private Clients.
Our skills include competencies in, sociological, humanistic, geographical, statistical, documentary and technology disciplines and are designed to achieve:
Detection and analysis of coordinated national and international data and indicators on human resources for science and technology, education, advanced sectoral and geographical mobility of researchers and highly qualified personnel;
Monitoring and qualitative analysis and development of systems for the dissemination of scientific information.
Analysis of the new systems of production and dissemination of scientific information applied in particular to the open access archives.
The investigation techniques are typically used for the analysis of socio-economic both quantitative and qualitative, that is, statistical analysis methods, and methods of sociological analysis.
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