Chapter 2:

Higher Education in Science and Engineering


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Following are additional contacts for unpublished tabulations of international data:

Government of Austria, Austrian Central Statistical Office, Population Division. Richard Gisser. Vienna.

Government of China, National Research Center for Science and Technology for Development. Beijing.

Government of Denmark, Ministry of Education, Department of Higher Education. Lars Peter Frederiksen. Copenhagen.

Government of Finland, Central Statistical Office, Science and Technology. Mikael Akerblom. Helsinki.

Government of Greece, National Office of Statistics, Department of Social Statistics, Section on Education Statistics. Athens.

Government of Hungary, Embassy of Hungary, Science and Technology. Dr. Istvan Mezei. Washington, DC.

Government of Ireland, Irish Science and Technology Agency, and Higher Education Authority. Anne Fitzgerald. Dublin.

Government of the Netherlands, The Netherlands Central Bureau of Statistics, Department of Statistics of Education. Frank Blom. Voorburg.

Government of Norway, Norwegian Research Council, Institute for Studies in Research and Higher Education. Oslo.

Government of Poland, Polish Academy of Sciences and Ministry of Education of Poland. Janusz Larek. Warsaw.

Government of Spain, National Institute of Statistics, Statistics and Indicators of Education. M. Dolores Rebollo. Madrid.

Government of Sweden, Statistics Sweden. Tage Berglund. Stockholm.

Government of Switzerland, Federal Office of Statistics, Education and Society Division, Universities and Science Section. Th. Meyer. Bern.


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