A Review of Science, Learning and Policy
Minerva is devoted to the study of ideas, traditions, cultures, and institutions in science, higher education, and research. It is equally focused on historical as well as present practices and on local as well as global issues. Moreover, the journal does not represent one single school of thought, but rather welcomes diversity within the rules of rational discourse.
The journal features peer reviewed articles and essay reviews. In addition, special issues are periodically published on themes of topical importance.
Expertise, Regulatory Science and the Evaluation of Technology and Risk: Introduction to the Special Issue
David Demortain (May 2017)
The Heterogeneity of the Academic Profession: The Effect of Occupational Variables on University Scientists’ Participation in Research Commercialization
Adam Novotny (May 2017)
Gender Differences in Publication Productivity Among Academic Scientists and Engineers in the U.S. and China: Similarities and Differences
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