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|Title:||Transnational scientific mobility. Perspectives from the North and the South|
|Abstract:||The relevance of international mobility of scientists has been increasing immensely in the last decades. World changes resulting from the advancement of globalization such as the improvement of new technologies, the reduction on travel costs, the consolidation of international economic blocks and the growing importance of knowledge for economy growth have contributed to the internationalization of science and academia worldwide. In this new scenario, international scientific mobility refers to the movement of individuals bringing about questions regarding the production, circulation and transfer of knowledge, information and technology.|
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