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Doctorates and Employability: New Perspectives for Doctoral Education

  • Cristina Lisimberti

Profound processes of change are affecting doctorates all over the world, above all, to provide broader employment prospects. However, the link between the transformations of a doctorate and employability is complex, and entails re-thinking formative pathways for doctorates by focusing on the professional identity of a PhD

  • Keywords:
  • doctorate,
  • employability,
  • education,
  • professional identity,
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Cristina Lisimberti

Catholic University of Sacro Cuore of Milan, Italy

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Chapter Information

Chapter Title

Doctorates and Employability: New Perspectives for Doctoral Education

Authors

Cristina Lisimberti

Language

English

DOI

10.36253/978-88-6453-672-9.46

Peer Reviewed

Publication Year

2018

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CC BY 4.0

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Table of Contents

Book Title

Employability & Competences

Book Subtitle

Innovative Curricula for New Professions

Editors

Vanna Boffo, Monica Fedeli

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Number of Pages

510

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2018

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© 2018 Author(s)

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Firenze University Press

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10.36253/978-88-6453-672-9

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978-88-6453-671-2

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Studies on Adult Learning and Education

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2704-596X

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2704-5781

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