Knocking on Academia's Doors: An Inquiry into the Early Careers of Doctors in Life Sciences
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- Eric Cahuzac & S. Robin, 2003. "Knocking on Academia's doors : an Inquiry into the Early Careers of Doctors in Life Sciences," Post-Print halshs-00006094, HAL.
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