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Trajectoires professionnelles et géographiques : l’étude de trois générations de docteurs

Abstract : Access of young PhDs to scientific position is a recurrent concern in recent empirical works. The issue of spatial mobility of researchers is also often discussed, but rarely both simultaneously. We propose a joint analysis of the determinants of occupational and geographical PhDs paths by using three Céreq generation surveys (2001, 2004, 2007). Descriptive statistics and estimation of a bivariate probit highlight the strengthening of PhDs geographical mobility, and the growing importance of publications for access to academic employment.
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Bastien Bernela. Trajectoires professionnelles et géographiques : l’étude de trois générations de docteurs. Formation Emploi. Revue française de sciences sociales, La documentation française/CEREQ, 2017, De l'autonomie dans les parcours professionnels, 139 (3), pp.147-170. ⟨halshs-02520942⟩

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