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RISIS Online Training on Applications of multilevel models to research policy and higher education studies

The Online Methodological course on Applications of multilevel models to research policy and higher education studies is organized by Università della Svizzera italiana (USI) and will take place on online platform 19th of October 2020 and 26th of October 2020 Deadline for request of participation: 9th of October 2020 Course main objectives: Introduction of basic concepts and rationales of multilevel analysis. Understanding the applicability of the method, specifically to datasets in research policy and higher education studies. Know and practice the basic steps for…

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RISIS Research Seminar on Regional knowledge production across Europe: Insights from combined indicators and an innovative regional delineation

Presenter: Thomas Scherngell, AIT   Discussant: Hugo Hollanders, Maastricht University     Abstract: Author: Benedetto Lepori1,, Massimilano Guerini2, Thomas Scherngell3, Michael Barber3 and Lionel Villard4 1 Institute of Public Policy and Communication, Università della Svizzera italiana, 6904 Lugano (Switzerland), blepori@usi.ch. 2 Politecnico of Milan, (Italy), massimilano.guerini@polimi.it 3Center for Innovation Systems & Policy, AIT Austrian Insitute of Technology (Austria), thomas.scherngell@ait.at, michael.barber@ait.at 4 ESIEE Paris, LISIS, CorText, Université Gustave Eiffel, 77454 Marne-la-Vallée Cedex 02 (France). Lionel.villard@esiee.fr  …

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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. All…

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