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Welcome to the online resources for

How to Manage International Multidisciplinary Research Projects edited by Linda Hantrais

Research Methods: Managing international multidisciplinary research projects


RSA Professional Development Webinar: Research Methods - Managing international multidisciplinary research projects, recorded on 18 October 2023

This webinar was organised and hosted by the Regional Studies Association to support early/mid-career academic and non-academic researchers seeking to enhance their career development by adapting to new and innovative ways of working in international multidisciplinary environments. The session was chaired by Dave Filipović-Carter and features a presentation of the guide by the editor Linda Hantrais.

You can watch the RSA’s recording of the webinar here.


The slides for the presentation, including hyperlinks to the source materials, can be viewed here.


If you have any questions that were not covered in the Q&A or would like information about further training opportunities, please email Dave Filipović-Carter or Linda Hantrais


Introduction to the online resources

Introductory presentation by the trainer for the online course

To accompany the publication of the book, the authors have collated a collection of short video clips covering topics explored within the text. These are split into categories and availiable to watch below.


Promotional video clips

Antimicrobial resistance in the real world (AMR)

LCEDN Powerpoint
- On Youtube



The Bloomsbury SET: science, economics, technology (B−SET)


Promoting integrity in the use of research results (PRO-RES)


Responsible AI for labour market equality (BIAS)


Families and food in hard times (FFP)

Climate, climatic change and society (CLICCS)


Different pathways to employment (POLKU)


Exchanging prevention practices on polydrug use among youth in criminal justice systems (EPPIC)


Transforming into open, innovative and collaborative governments (TROPICO)

How to manage a major interdisciplinary research project in 4 steps

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