The aim of this survey is to twofold. Firstly, the survey is aimed at learning factors facilitate the researchers’ mobility within the Baltic region. Secondly, it tries to figure out the challenges for the researchers’ mobility in Baltic Sea region.
The scope of the research covers decision makers and researchers in Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, St. Petersburg, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Iceland, Demark, Germany and Poland.
The survey is coordinated by MOSTA, Research and Higher Education Monitoring and Analysis Centre, in Lithuania. Tadas Juknevicius from MOSTA invites the whole BUP-research community to take part in the survey.
Please fill out the Questionnaire. The survey would take up to 5 minutes of your valuable time, and the answers will be invaluable for us.
The dead-line for this survey is already January 20. The results are presented on an international BSN-workshop on February 10 in Vilnius.
Does researchers’ mobility facilitate the development of the scientific potential? Are decision makers active in encouraging the researchers’ mobility? Are the financial and social circumstances in favour of researchers’ mobility? What are, if any, cultural and social barriers for the researchers’ mobility? Does researchers’ mobility add to the brain drain, or facilitate fostering the talents?
The goal of the research is to learn how – if it does – the researchers’ mobility impact the countries and their scientific institutions. The survey is organized in the framework of the flagship Baltic Science Network of the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region. In order to find out more about the Network as well as get acquainted with its on-going research and policy publications please proceed to the website.
For further information download the questionnaire flyer .