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Intersectoral Mobility and Knowledge Transfer: Preliminary Evidence of the Impact of Intersectoral Mobility Policy Instruments

Intersectoral Mobility and Knowledge Transfer: Preliminary Evidence of the Impact of Intersectoral Mobility Policy Instruments

The contribution titled “Intersectoral Mobility and Knowledge Transfer: Preliminary Evidence of the Impact of Intersectoral Mobility Policy Instruments” provides plans for policy measurements that support intersectoral mobility in countries. The authors, Hristov, Slavcheva, Jonkers, and Szkuta (2016), identified that policies to foster intersectoral mobility are in place across Europe. Most counties have implemented these policies years ago; however, the full availability of evaluation is rare. The already available evaluations require better examinations of broader socio-economic impact. Nevertheless, the evaluations highlight the positive effects of measurements of skills and employability of researchers (e.g. industrial PhDs; employment of PhD researchers).

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Reference

Hristo Hristov, Milena Slavcheva, Koen Jonkers and Katarzyna Szkuta (2016); Intersectoral mobility and knowledge transfer. Preliminary evidence of the impact of intersectoral mobility policy instruments; EUR 28027 EN; doi:10.2791/041776

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