The international attractiveness of the academic workplace in Europe

In many countries the attractiveness of the academic workplace for the coming generation of academic staff is of a major concern. This study addresses this concern by focusing on the employment conditions of academic staff, the career patterns, and changes on the workplace from an international comparative perspective. The study also addresses the potentials and limits of mobility and exchange of academic staff across Europe, affected by the Bologna process and by the debate towards the European Research Area. All EU member states and access countries are included in this study. National experts from these countries will write national research reports.

Researcher involved: Egbert de Weert

Related publication:

Enders, J. & E. de Weert (2004) The International Attractiveness of the Academic Workplace in Europe, Frankfurt/Main: Gewerkschaft Erziehung und Wissenschaft (GEW).