Externally funded project

WISKIDZ 2. Phase

Project Details
Project duration: 09/201608/2019


The WISKIDZ project contributes to a better understanding of
long-term developments in the recruiting behavior in public research and
individual career paths after obtaining a doctoral degree. The analyses
are based on dissertation data, which are supplemented by information
on publications, patents and macro-economic data among others. The
project essentially analyses two key issues. First, we aim to understand
changes in recruiting behavior over time with a special focus put on
disciplinary idiosyncrasies. We create and analyze genealogies of
doctoral students and their advisors in selected fields (physics,
electronics, management and medieval history) from 1945 to the present.
Second, the project probes into the interdependencies of academic and
non-academic employment opportunities of young researchers. The key
points of interest are direct and indirect effects of exogenous changes
in the labor market.

Funded by: Federal Ministry of Education and Research
(Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung) within the funding line
"FoWiN" [16FWN001]: Forschung zum Wissenschaftlichen Nachwuchs.

Die BibSonomy Genealogie
erstellt nutzerbasiert einen Stammbaum der Forschung an deutschen
Universitäten. Ausgangspunkt ist der Dissertationskatalog der Deutschen
Nationalbibliothek. Nutzerbasiert werden Beziehungen zwischen den an der
Dissertation beteiligten Personen (Autor_in, Betreuer_in etc.) ergänzt.

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