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Identifying and Surpassing Contextual Barriers in Cross-Border Research Collaboration: The Case of the Sino-Swedish Project Shanghai Local Interaction Platform.

Conference paper
Authors Alexandros Nikitas
Ulrike Rahe
Published in Nationell Konferens i Transportforskning (Swedish National Conference on Transport Research), October, Chalmers, Göteborg, Sweden.
Publication year 2013
Published at Mistra Urban Futures
Language en
Subject categories Other Engineering and Technologies, Production Engineering, Human Work Science and Ergonomics, Transport Systems and Logistics

Abstract

The Swedish advanced knowledge in integrating within a vastly car-oriented transport system a new (or improved) breed of sustainable public transport operations, complemented by the Chinese ability to speedily support urban design innovation that could take even city-wide transportation systems to new heights, guarantees a contribution to mobility research of excellent scientific quality. Having in place a well-tested know-how mechanism to overcome cross-cultural differences between distant research philosophies is the most important hurdle in any scientific collaboration between those Sweden and China and could be vital for the success of the programme, despite the best of scientific intentions and planning. After almost two years from the initiation of Shanghai Local Interaction Platform, a consistent mechanism that will promote cross-border communication and the philosophy of shared responsibility is slowly but steadily taking its final form. This work is describing this process.

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