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Al tradition the lack of a national labour market the limited number of advanced degree holders and others Research shows that inbred faculties are not necessarily less productive than their non inbred peers but that inbreeding seems to foster hierarchy and a lack of innovative ideas.
Summary Academic Inbreeding and Mobility in Higher Education
Ull scale international analysis of the phenomenon of inbreeding Research from eight countries including Argentina China Japan Russia Slovenia South Africa Spain and Ukraine where inbreeding is common examines the phenomenon from a variety of perspectives tracking its causes historic.
Academic inbreeding hiring and promoting one's own graduates is generally seen as a negative for academic uality and for universities it is considered as unhealthy for universities as it is in the natural world Yet it is remarkably widespread across the globe This book is the first