International collaboration in science and technology: lessons from CERN
Smith, C. H. Llewellyn
here is a long and beneficial tradition of international collaboration in science and technology. There are, however, trends working against collaboration, and tensions between (for example) collaboration and competition, and European integration and increasing emphasis on national competitiveness. It is therefore important to have a clear understanding of when and in what form international collaboration is desirable. This paper considers these issues, drawing lessons from CERN bottom up by the scientists involved. CERN's experience with the LHC could provide an excellent precedent for other projects.
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