The Political and Economic Conditions for International Scientific Collaboration After World War I and the Situation in Mathematics
With the creation of the International Education Board in 1923, which donated fellowships for young scientists on an international level and also “capital grants” for the erection and maintenance of institutes,’ its president Wickliffe Rose became the “central banker to the world of science”.
KeywordsFellowship Program London Mathematical Society ROCKEFELLER Foundation French Mathematician International Scientific Collaboration
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