Survey of Swedish Research Council memberships in international research infrastructure organisations
The Swedish Research Council is responsible for supporting research infrastructures of national interest within all fields of science.
This report focuses on the benefits of memberships in international organisations funded under the infrastructure budget. It reports on the outcomes of a comprehensive survey of 37 memberships, including the level of usage, scientific output and economic return. It also summarizes the outcomes of the survey, gives lessons learned and outlines some recommendations for improvement to the methodology.
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