Research Policy and the Boundaries of the Ideal Academic – REBOUND
In this project we investigate the impact of recent trends toward internationalization and excellence in Norwegian and international research policies, on recruitment and self-selection in Norwegian academia. A main question is how gatekeepers within academic institutions, and aspiring academics, adapt and respond to an occupational landscape that is increasingly international and competitive.
Our focus will be on the dynamics of gender, but studied through an intersectional lens, where national/ethnic origin, age, and family, emerge as key intersecting dimensions. Who does the system work for, and who falls through?
This project will explore questions that go beyond the individual institutional setting in order to advance our understanding of the interplay and possible conflict between research policy and equality policy, and how these contribute to diversify or homogenize Norwegian academic institutions.
Against this backdrop, a pressing question is what kinds of academics are recruited within the current research political context, and who are the institutions able to attract? How do gatekeepers and potential candidates interpret, and act on, the current research political signals? Moreover, how does the institutional implementation of research political goals affect the development of diverse research perspectives and approaches?
We will use state of the art theories and methods from various social sciences to advance our understanding of the problem, predominantly sociology, political science, and gender studies. The research team consists of interdisciplinary social scientists at the Institute for Social Research (ISF), in collaboration with Aarhus University and several stakeholders, drawing a wider network of experts.
|Sigtona Halrynjo Senior Resarch Fellow||PhD||+47 481 21 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Marjan Nadim Research Professor||PhD||+47 916 09 email@example.com|
|Julia Orupabo Senior Research Fellow||PhD||+47 976 66 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Liza Reisel Research Director, Equality, inclusion, migration||PhD||+47 975 71 email@example.com|
|Mari Teigen Research professor, Director CORE – Centre for Research on Gender Equality||Dr. polit.||+47 482 07 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Mathias Wullum Nielsen (Universitetet i Aarhus)|
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