M. Dolores León

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affecting interregional academic scientific collaboration within Europe: the role of economic distance. Abstract: This paper offers some insights into scientific collaboration (SC) at the regional level by drawing upon two lines of inquiry. The first involves examining the spatial patterns of university SC across the EU-15 (all countries belonging to the(More)
  • Al-Khafaji, A Amahan, +47 authors Gracie Ochieng
The Middle East and North Africa countries are home to an extraordinary cultural heritage, secular and religious, of critical importance not only for each country but for the entire world. This strategy research and framework for action study explores the key challenges confronted by MENA countries in integrating patrimony management within their mainstream(More)
This paper contributes to the literature on the factors explaining the regional university production of science and its quality in the field of Food Science and Technology (FS&T). We hypothesized that the regional quantity of science generated by universities is shaped not only by the amount of research and development (R&D) funds, as the main mainstream(More)
The main objective of this paper is to examine the effect of various proximity dimensions (geographical, cognitive, institutional, organizational, social and economic) on academic scientific collaborations (SC). The data to capture SC consists of a set of co-authored articles published between 2006 and 2010 by universities located in EU-15, indexed by the(More)
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