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Study “ERA knowledge ecosystems” and accompanying survey on “jobs in research: skills, social security and working conditions”

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The European Commission Directorate-General for Research and Innovation (DG R&I) has launched a study to gain “a better understanding of, first, knowledge ecosystems across the European Research Area (ERA) and, second, the interactions between its actors (both organisations and individuals) with a view of formulating policy recommendations for the strengthening of these ecosystems.” The study runs from January 2021 to April 2022.

As part of this study a questionnaire is currently open on the topic “Jobs in research: skills, social security and working conditions”. This questionnaire is addressed to researchers and remains open until 17 May. The questionnaire can be found here as well as an introduction and endorsement letter from the European Commission on the background and aims of the two-year study.

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