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Students mobility in higher education: the crucial factors

What are the most crucial factors that determine the mobility of students? The 11th  RISIS Research Seminar will take place on 6th October from 12.30 to 2 pm (CET)  and will focus on a presentation entitled Institutional VS regional attractiveness: What factors are more important to increase the pool of mobile students in tertiary education?  of Mabel Sánchez Barrioluengo, Manchester Institute of Innovation Research (MIoIR) - Alliance Manchester Business School, The University of Manchester. Mattia Cattaneo, Università degli…

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Evaluation studies, potentials of the SIPER DATABASE

Which kinds of impacts play the most important role in recent evaluation studies? Which policy instruments are most frequently evaluated according to social and environmental impacts and what are the characteristics of the policy measures for which social and environmental impacts are evaluated?     The 8th RISIS Policymakers Session will take place on the 30th September in an online format (2 pm – 4 pm) with a presentation of  Dr. Susanne Bührer, Dr.Susanne Meyer, and Dr. Jakob Edler…

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Refugees access to higher education in Europe

How monitor the access to higher education of refugee’s communities in Europe?  The increasing educational need of young students is somehow registered at university level?     The 10th  RISIS Research Seminar will take place on 15th September from 12.30 to 2 pm (CET)  and will focus on Refugees access to higher education in Europe - Policy goals, data needs and some empirical results with a presentation of Agata Lambrechts, Institute for Public Communication, Università della Svizzera italiana, Lugano. Frans…

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Happy Summer Holidays

It has been a very rich year in RISIS events: 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 discover more about RISIS Datasets and resources.   RISIS Communication Team wish you pleasant summer holidays, reminding of our next events you cannot miss when you’ll come back in September, after a restful period:   30th September: 8th Policymakers’ Session - SIPER…

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RISIS Methods in Action, a new series for scholarly community

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, indicatively…

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