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RISIS WEEK 2022: achievements and new challenges

January 3, 2022
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, for the second year RISIS partners will meet virtually to discuss about achievements and results, developments and great challenges.   For a week, from 24 to 28 January 2022 all 18 RISIS project partners will discuss participating in a very rich program organized in different panel. Plenaries Sessions will illustrate the orientations of the project and in particular, among other aspects, will focus on dataset developments, interaction with the community…

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Joyful Winter Holidays and Happy 2022

December 23, 2021
RISIS Community is becoming larger and larger. RISIS EVENTS involved an increasing number of researchers and experts from and beyond Europe in many occasions despite the pandemic emergency: Policymakers’ Sessions, Research Seminars, RISIS Training Courses and School, International conferences.     The project is approaching fast another great one year full of new opportunities to meet and cooperate, to discover more about RISIS Datasets and resources.     RISIS Communication Team wish you bright and warm Season’s Holidays,…

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Academic Employment Patterns in Higher Education

December 22, 2021
The 14th  RISIS Research Seminar will take place on 12th January from 12.30 to 2.00 pm (CET)  and will focus on a presentation entitled Academic Employment Patterns in Higher  Education: National and Organizational Determinants  of Pedro Pineda, University of Bath. Jürgen Enders, University of Bath, is involved as discussant.   Aiming to fill in current research gaps on our knowledge about the employment of academics in higher education, the researcher  will present the first results of an ongoing research identifying national…

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RISIS Methods in Action, a new series for scholarly community

November 30, 2021
The RISIS Methods in Action (MiA) series is meant to provide practical examples of how methodological problems in data analysis could be addressed in specific instances of scholarly research. To this aim, it will be generally based on an example of a scholarly published paper. Participants will be asked to replicate the study and discuss possible alternatives and limitations of the adopted approach.   Three RISIS Methods in Actions will be organized every year. All…

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Regional knowledge production across Europe: the important role of middle-sized ‘knowledge hubs

November 26, 2021
The 13th  RISIS Research Seminar will take place on 15th December from 12.30 to 2.30 pm (CET)  and will focus on a presentation entitled Regional knowledge production across Europe: insights from combined indicators and an innovative regional delineation of Thomas Scherngell, AIT. Hugo Hollanders, Maastricht University, is involved as discussant. During the Research seminar the paper whose contributors are Benedetto Lepori(USI) , Massimilano Guerini (POLIMI), Thomas Scherngell (AIT) , Michael Barber (AIT) and Lionel Villard (ESIEE Paris, LISIS, CorText, Université Gustave Eiffel)…

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