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Clements, Margaret
Research Associate of the Center
School of Library and Information Science
1320 East 10th Street
Indiana University
Bloomington, IN 47405
Phone: (812) 330 8697      E-mail: margclem@indiana.edu    

Margaret M. Clements is the recipient of a high priority grant from the National Science Foundation which focuses on the importance of scientific collaborations in the globalization, organization, and utilization of knowledge. Through this funding she is analyzing knowledge flows between and among academic inventors and institutions around the world. Dr. Clements has recently conducted longitudinal analyses of academic knowledge diffusion networks. Her mathematical models of institutional and inventor affiliations on patents have revealed tens of thousands of partnerships involved in scientific knowledge creation.

In addition to her work on the growing complexity of science and technology networks, Dr. Clements has conducted research on mentoring and the doctorate for the Carnegie Initiative on the Doctorate, master teachers and world class talent, student loan programs in the international context, and best practices for improving teacher education programs.

Her research interests are multidisciplinary in that they bridge the fields of higher education administration, public policy analysis, comparative and international education, history and sociology of education, complex social systems, and science and technology innovation networks. In all of her work, she analyzes and evaluates education policy issues from national and international perspectives.

See also http://www.knowledgediffusion.org

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