Innovative people : mobility of skilled personnel in national innovation systems.

Paris : OECD, ©2001.
308 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm.


Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references.
  • Human Resources, Mobility and the Systems Approach to Innovation / Keith Smith
  • Theoretical and Statistical Issues
  • Indicators for Human Resources and Mobility / Anders Ekeland
  • Employment Growth, Social Capability and Human Mobility / Mark Tom linson
  • Job Mobility Implications of the HRST Definition: Illustrated by Empirical
  • Numbers from Register Data / Ebbe Krogh Graversen and Kenny Friis-Jensen
  • Firm Demography: Mapping Firm Dynamics Using Human Resource Data / Christian Svanfeldt and Jonny Ullstrem
  • Comparative Mobility in the Nordic Region
  • Knowledge Transfer through Labour Mobility in the Nordic Countries
  • Structure and Dynamics / Svein Olav
  • Job-to-Job Mobility Rates in the Nordic Countries, 1988-98 / Ebbe Krogh Graversen, Anders Ekeland, Svein Olav Nds, Mikael Akerblom,
  • Human Capital Mobility into and out of Research Sectors in the Nordic Countries / Ebbe Krogh Graversen
  • High-skilled Resources and Mobility in Europe
  • Using the Community Labour Force Survey to Develop Mobility Rates on Human Resources in Science and Technology / Ibrahim Laafia and Alex Stimpson
  • First Exploration of the Belgian HRST Data: A Study Based on Register Data / Tom Vandenbrande
  • Labour Market Entry and Mobility of Young French PhDs / Daniel Martinelli
  • Mobility of Human Resources in Hungary: An Analysis and a Proposal for Regular
  • Collection of Statistics / Erzsebet Viszt, Zsuzsa Plank and Baldzs Borsi
  • Czech Labour Mobility, 1993-2000 / Jaromtr Gottwald and Milan Simek
  • The Supply and Demand of High-technology Skills in the United Kingdom / Mark Tomlinson
  • International Mobility
  • Foreign Scientific Researchers in Selected OECD EU Countries/ Sam Mahroum
  • International Mobility of PhDs / Sveva Avveduto
  • Research and Policy Issues in High-skilled International Migration / Mark Regets.
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