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Call for Papers: Special Issue Research Policy "Migration, Research, and Innovation"

Tuesday, 26 December 2017 10:40

Dear Colleague 

We are writing to invite you to contribute to a special issue of Research Policy titled “Citizens of Nowhere? Migration, Research, and Innovation” (call for papers attached and here).

This special issue aims to bring together scholars working on migration, innovation or development, and with an interest in the economics and management of knowledge diffusion, the relationship between innovation and development or the emerging role of organizations such as multinational companies and higher education institutions in structuring scientists’ and engineers’ migration flows (more details in the call for papers).

We believe that the proposed topics may fit with your research interests and/or of scholars in your personal network. Please do not hesitate to diffuse or to contact us for further information. 

Submission opens 1 June 2018 and closes 30 September 2018.

On behalf of:  

Stefano Breschi

Cornelia Lawson

Francesco Lissoni

Andrea Morrison

Ammon Salter

Research Policy Special issue guest editors

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