Based on the outcomes of a workshop convened by the U.S. National Committee for Psychological Science and informed by a survey of social scientists who have led cross-national projects, this National Science Foundation-funded report addresses the multiple benefits of research extending across national boundaries and describes factors common among successful collaborations. Workshop participants identified the obstacles frequently encountered and suggested ways of dealing with these challenges to enhance international collaborative research in the behavioral and social sciences. Several dimensions of collaborative processes, such as research planning, methodological issues, organizational concerns, varied training approaches, and funding needs receive critical attention in this book.
|Publication date:||27th December 2007|
|Author:||Committee on International Collaborations in Behavioral and Social Sciences Research, U.S. National Committee for the Internatio|
|Publisher:||National Academies Press|
|Categories:||Society & social sciences,|
Committee on International Collaborations in Social and Behavioral Sciences Research, U.S. National Committee for the International Union of Psychological Science, National Research CouncilMore About Committee on International Collaborations in Behavioral and Social Sciences Research, U.S. National Committee for the Internatio