The importance of international collaboration in transport from an early career researchers’ perspective is discussed in this study. Currently, there is a limited literature looking at this issue and its benefits. A comparison of feedback collected on completion of two transport workshops, delivered in Brazil and Thailand, is analysed. The results revealed some differences between the UK and local respondents’ approaches to international collaborations as well as their intercultural skills and post-event initiatives. The outcomes send a message to decision makers, potential sponsors and funders of transport research activities that such initiatives are a foundation for planning future education and international research relationships.
|Journal||Journal of Educational Research and Review|
|Publication status||Published - 20 Apr 2019|
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- transport research, international collaborations, early career researchers