REDRAWING THE BOUNDARIES OF THE SOCIAL AND HUMAN SCIENCES
at the University of Neuchâtel
The MAPS is born from the convergence of interests of researchers in social sciences at the University of Neuchatel, and their willingness to strengthen exchanges between their disciplines.
Research undertaken as part of the MAPS are organized around three themes:
- The circulation of people
- The circulation of wealth
- The circulation of knowledge
Activités à la maps
A. Toader, J. Dahinden and M. Schaer (2016). Locality and Transnational Mobility in the Early Stages of Academic Careers: the Importance of Family and Professional Networks.
D. Guillet, J. Huber, L. Ravazzini et C. Suter (2016). Conditions de travail dans les administrations cantonales en Suisse, 1991-2012.
Numéro spécial de Global Networks 16:2 (2016), coédité par Mihaela Nedelcu : "Migration and ICTs : 'being together' and 'co-presence' in transnational families and communities."
Carolin Fischer and Janine Dahinden (2016). Changing Representations in Politics of Belonging : A Critical Analysis of Developments in Switzerland. [Working Paper Series - NCCR-on the move]