Mobility, Gender and Career Development in Higher Education: Results of a Multi-Country Survey of African Academic Scientists
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Keywordsmobility; localism; gender; career development; African scientists; higher education institutions; multi-country survey; domestic responsibilities; research output; working conditions;
- A - General Economics and Teaching
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- N - Economic History
- P - Economic Systems
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