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Laudeline Auriol1
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Doctorate Holders: Career, Demand, International Mobility

2010. Vol. 4. No. 4. P. 26–41 [issue contents]
Doctorate holders represent a crucial human resource for research and innovation. While they benefit from an employment premium, doctoral graduates encounter a number of difficulties, notably in terms of working conditions. The labour market of doctoral graduates is more internationalized than that of other tertiary-level graduates, and the doctoral population is a highly internationally mobile one. The paper explores the reasons for migration of doctorate holders and challenges they face entering the labour market.
Citation: Auriol L. (2010) Doktora nauk: kar'era, vostrebovannost', mezhdunarodnaya mobil'nost' [Doctorate Holders: Career, Demand, International Mobility]. Foresight-Russia, vol. 4, no 4, pp. 26-41 (in Russian)
Keywords: academic career
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