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In the spotlight: Early Career Researchers and Changing Working Conditions in Academia
This special issue of Higher education policy (Vol. 27/2014 no. 4) presents empirical research that investigates the perceptions of ECRs (early career researchers) and the strategies they elaborated to deal with the current working conditions in higher education. As most studies on ECRs focus on the natural sciences, and include social sciences and humanities only to a small extent, the papers in this issue especially focus on the social sciences and humanities, and only rarely use contrasting examples from the natural sciences.
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