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Coping with researchers' labour market problems through public policy: the case of the Spanish Ramón y Cajal Programme

AuthorsSanz Menéndez, Luis
KeywordsPolítica científica y tecnológica
Mercado de trabajo
Programa Ramón y Cajal
Issue DateOct-2003
SeriesDT 03-15
AbstractThis paper presents a government policy initiative aimed to increase the number of researchers in the Public Research Sector and to cope with the problem of employability and stabilisation of people holding a PhD and working in research in Spain and abroad. The paper explains the way in which policy makers link problems and solutions and presents a policy case that deals with Spain’s main problems in S&T human resources, in the context of a policy sequence.
DescriptionPublicado en: S. Avveduto, comp., Fostering the development of human resources, 241-274, Roma: Biblink Editori, 2004
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