Czechoslovak Journal of Physics B

, Volume 31, Issue 6, pp 669–674

Mobility in physics

A bibliography of occupational, geographic and field mobility of physicists
  • Jan Vlachý
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Abstract

The compilation of this literature survey was initiated more than a decade ago as a part of science-of-science bibliographies. The collected 150 studies and data sources are concerned with career migration, cross-disciplinary switching, international academic circulation and brain drain of physicists and in physics. The principal criterion for selection of items for listing was that they present fact-finding information on certain enduring aspect of the mobility process. Papers treating more ephemeral approaches are not included but a few conceptual pieces are the exceptions that prove the rule. Most entries are from the published literature. The arrangement of the bibliography is alphabetical by the first author, for each author a chronological order is used. Anonymous and edited works are filed under title. Cross-referencing will facilitate the use. Elementary techniques, such as following up the references in relevant documents, have been applied whenever possible and most documents have been scrutinized by actual reading.

Papers on mobility in physics are rather widely dispersed in the literature, ranging from sociological analyses to science policy considerations. Since the information in numerous publications have important professional implications, the bibliography appears at the eve of the European Physical Society seminar on “Career outlook for physicists in Europe” in Erice, 25–27 June 1981. Though our selection of items does not go beyond physics proper, a few major documents on mobility in physical sciences are added. For a broader literature coverage on mobility in science see the bibliographies by R. T. Barth (1970), S. Dedijer and L. Svenningson (1967), B. M. Gupta (1977) and J. Vlachý (1979). A regular, comprehensive bibliographical service on behalf of the physics community would be desirable to be undertaken on a continuing basis and an appropriate institutional commitment.

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  • Jan Vlachý
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