Every industrialized country is concerned with maintaining an adequate supply of individuals interested in careers in science and technology, yet little is known about these efforts outside national borders. This book represents the proceedings of an international conference on Trends in Science and Technology Careers, held in Brussels in 1993. Organized at the behest of OSEP and the OIA Committee on International Organizations and Programs, in cooperation with the European Commission (DG XII) and in response to a resolution of the International Council of Scientific Unions, the conference identified international data on career trends, assessed the research base engaged in studying science and technology careers, and identified ways in which international organizations could promote greater interest in science and technology human resource development. The conference laid the groundwork for continuing international discussions about the best ways to study and promote careers in science and technology and national dialogues about the ways to integrate this knowledge into human resources policies.
Table of Contents
|PART I MONITORING CAREER TRENDS IN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY||7-38|
|PART II ANALYZING TRENDS IN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CAREERS . . .||39-76|
|PART III ANALYZING TRENDS IN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CAREERS ...||77-132|
|PART IV UTILIZING POINTS OF INTERVENTION TO ENHANCE AND SUSTAIN INTEREST . . .||133-166|
|PART V INFLUENCING SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CAREER TRENDS . . .||167-174|
|A THE CONFERENCE PROGRAM||177-179|
|B PARTICIPANT ROSTER||180-182|
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