ENMOB: European network on human mobility - enmob
project

The starting point for ENMOB is human mobility as a mechanism of knowledge distribution and diffusion. Its role in enhancing the innovative capabilities of firms, regions and nations will be explored. Focus will be on highly skilled persons, on science- industry relations, and on issues arising for public policy. ENMOB will also address international mobility, i.e. the question of brain drain/circulation, both by exchanging experiences on various sources of data and by discussing the conceptual and methodological issues involved. The digitalisation of information means that there are now new sources of data from both public and private institutions that might be of great use for mobility studies. The use of Electronic CVs on the Internet is one example of this phenomenon. ENMOB will monitor and assess these developments.

CORDIS: HPSE-CT-2001-50002
From 2001-09-01 to 2003-08-31

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Coordinator: STIFTELSEN STUDIES IN TECHNOLOGY, INNOVATION AND ECONOMIC POLICY

Additional Info

Funded / Co-funded FP5-HUMAN POTENTIAL
Funding Scheme THN - Thematic network contracts
Partners
  • INSTITUTE FOR EMPLOYMENT STUDIES
  • CENTRE D'ETUDE ET DE RECHERCHE SUR LES QUALIFICATIONS
  • NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL OF ITALY
  • NORWEGIAN INSTITUTE FOR STUDIES IN RESEARCH AND HIGHER EDUCATION
  • GKI ECONOMIC RESEARCH CO.
  • UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER
  • IKU INNOVATION RESEARCH CENTRE
  • INSTITUTE FOR THE STUDY OF LABOR GMBH
  • SWEDISH AGENCY FOR INNOVATION SYSTEMS
  • STICHTING RAND EUROPE
  • THE DANISH INSTITUTE FOR STUDIES IN RESEARCH AND RESEARCH POLICY
  • VYSOKA SKOLA BANSKA - TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF OSTRAVA
  • UNIVERSIDAD REY JUAN CARLOS
  • CAMIRE - ESTADISTICA Y ANALISIS, S.L.
  • STEUNPUNT WERKGELEGENHEID, ARBEID EN VORMING

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