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Aldo Geuna studied at Polytechnic of Milan.
Via Giuseppe Verdi, 8, 10124 Torino TO, Italy
Aldo Geuna received a Master of Arts from the University of Turin in 1992.
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Aldo received a Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Maastricht.
(This path-breaking book addresses the economics of knowle...)
This path-breaking book addresses the economics of knowledge in universities and, in particular, asks how the changing structure of university research funding influences research behaviour.
(Global Mobility of Research Scientists: The Economics of ...)
Global Mobility of Research Scientists: The Economics of Who Goes Where and Why brings together information on how the localization and mobility of academic researchers contributes to the production of knowledge.
Aldo Geuna studied at Polytechnic of Milan. He also received a Master of Arts from the University of Turin in 1992, a Master of Arts and a Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Maastricht.
In 1993 Aldo Geuna began his career as an assistant lecturer at Scuola di Applicazione d’Arma, Turin, Italy, where he served till 1994. In 1998 Geuna began to work as a lecturer at the Social Policy Research Unit at the University of Sussex, Brighton, England, and in 2000 was appointed as a senior researcher for research network “EPRIS-European Pharmaceutical Regulation and Innovation Systems”.
Almost at the same time, he became a visiting professor at the Université Cattaneo Castellanza. Aldo also served as a coordinator of the research network “New Indicators for the Knowledge-Based Economy” and thematic network “New Policy Rationale for the Support of Public Research in the European Union,” at the European Commission.
Since 2008 Geuna has been a professor at the University of Turin.
(Global Mobility of Research Scientists: The Economics of ...)2015
(This path-breaking book addresses the economics of knowle...)1999
Aldo Geuna is a member of the Royal Economic Society.