The Geographical Mobility of Academic Staff in Turkey: The Law Schools Example

Öz The geographic mobility of academic personnel in Turkey is discussed inthis study. For this purpose, this study takes the law schools as a samplegroup to analyze the subject. This study is limited with the subject of theresearch and the purpose is to better understand the status and direction ofthe geographical mobility of academic personnel at universities in Turkey.


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