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Title Managing academic careers : global perspectives / guest editors: professor Yehuda Baruch, professor Franc̨oise Dany, Dr Jean Pralong and Dr Céline Davense
Published Bradford : Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2014
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Description 1 online resource (97 pages)
Series Career Development International: Volume 19, Issue 3
Career Development International: Volume 19, Issue 3
Contents Cover; Editorialadvisory board; Guest editorial; Careers patterns in Greek academia: social capital and intelligent careers, but for whom?; A kaleidoscope career perspective on faculty sabbaticals; Women's careers in theArab Middle East; Exploring the contribution of formal and informal learning to academic staff member employability
Summary The field of career studies is increasing in prominence and relevance for modern life (Inkson & Savickas, 2013). Within this field, the higher education forms a growing sector that offers a wide range of issues to study, some represent the wider field, whereas others are more specific to academic careers. Academic careers comprise an under-researched area in the scholarly filed of career studies. In this Special Issue of Career Development International we offer a refreshed look at the state of progress in the global labor market of academics and the way they manage their career
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBL, viewed Apr. 1, 2014)
Subject Education and globalization -- Congresses.
Education, Higher -- Congresses.
Multicultural education -- Congresses.
Genre/Form Conference papers and proceedings.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Form Electronic book
Author Baruch, Yehuda, editor
Dany, Françoise, editor
Davesne, Céline, editor
Pralong, Jean, editor
ISBN 1784412252
9781784412258