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Research assessment exercise 1992
|Series||Circular / Universities Funding Council -- 26/92, Circular (Universities Funding Council) -- 26/92.|
|Contributions||Universities Funding Council.|
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|Pagination||80 p. :|
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SUMMARY This paper presents the results of a statistical analysis of the Research Assessment Exercise (RAE92) for the 85 business and management departments in UK institutions of higher education. The aims of the paper are, first, to construct a set of quantitative indicators of research outputs and inputs which can be used by individual departments for . The UK was one of the first countries both to institutionalize university research assessment and to link it to financial allocations. Consequently, the effects on authority relations there are likely to be more profound than in many other European states. This chapter first looks at the historical background to the introduction of the Research Assessment Exercise (RAE), and then . A study was carried out to assess the correlation between scores achieved by academic departments in the UK in the Research Assessment Exercise, and the number of citations received by academics in those departments for articles published in the period ±, using the Institute for Scientific Information’s citation databases. Only those papers first authored by . The rise of national research assessments – and the tools and data that make them work Originally started in as the Research Assessment Exercise RAE, With its 55 million records from o scientific journals, conference proceedings and books, provided by more than 5, international publishers in countries, Scopus has.
Last month, the government announced the results of its research assessment exercise: a league table of departments and institutions resulting from the world's most comprehensive peer-review process. The exercise, which happens every 4 years, is conducted by the funding bodies in England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland.
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This Circular gives the results of the Research Assessment Exercise. The ratings will be used by the Higher Education Funding Councils for England, Scotland and Wales, and in respect of institutions in Northern Ireland, by the Department of Education for Northern Ireland, in the determination of grant for research with effect from / Get this from a library.
Research Assessment Exercise the outcome. [Great Britain. Universities Funding Council.]. Reports on the Research Research assessment exercise 1992 book Exercise and specifically on the work of the Library and Information Management and Communication and Media Studies Panel, in Research assessment exercise 1992 book research sub.
The Research Assessment Exercise: Outcomes, Outputs and Inputs in Economics and Econometrics. The Research Assessment Exercise. RAE92 Database Introduction and Background. The Outcome (Circular 26/92) Re Circular letter 5/ Research Assessment Exercise 5/92 - Research Assessment Exercise In this article it is argued that the recent Research Assessment Exercise (RAE)--undertaken by the United Kingdom's Higher Education Funding Councils (HEFC)--is part of a much larger process of assessment in education generally.
By taking the RAE as its focus, this article uses a Foucaultian analysis. A British national study Research assessment exercise 1992 book the university research enterprise in assessed the impact of a change in higher education policy to restructure Research assessment exercise 1992 book entire higher education system.
The study investigated impact at the system, institution, unit, and individual levels, in the areas of Research assessment exercise 1992 book policy and strategy, structures, and by: ] RESEARCH ASSESSMENT EXERCISE Mean research rating 0 + + - 41+ 0 10 20 30 40 so 60 70 % new universities or colleges of HE Fig.
Mean research rating versus percentage of new universities (i.e. those institutions which acquired university status during ) or colleges of higher education in each unit of assessment. The previous two of these Research Assessment Exercises (henceforth RAEs) were in and Research assessment exercise 1992 book the next research assessment exercise is scheduled for In the exercise (RAE) Research assessment exercise 1992 book were assigned on a 5-point scale (see Appendix A) and 50m per annum was to be allocated to the departments on the basis of these gradings .Cited by: "A Statistical Analysis of the Research Assessment Exercise," Working Papers ec14/94, Department of Economics, University of Lancaster.
Handle: RePEc:wuk:lanedp:ec14/94 as. RA4 - External research income form and file specification. Data supplied to the Exercise was checked in a number of ways: a. All institutions were requested to verify form RA0 during the exercise b.
Some submissions were scrutinised in detail as part of the Research Assessment Exercise audit c. Behram Bekhradnia, the directory of Research assessment exercise 1992 book at HEFCE, came to the conclusion that the research assessment needed to become "much more robust and rigorous." This led to the institution of the Research Assessment Exercise in In this article, recent university ratings in the UK Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) are examined with the aim of testing an efficiency theory of academic tenure.
The results suggest that differences in performance exist between universities that could claim to have hard tenure before the Educational Reform Act and those that could only claim a softer form. The judge, the model of the judge, and the model of the judged as judge: Analyses of the UK research assessment exercise data for business and management studies Author links open overlay panel J.R.
Doyle A.J. Arthurs R.H. Green L. McAulay M.R. Pitt P.A. One of the most prominent of these was an article I wrote on what was then called the research assessment exercise, published in The Daily Telegraph in the spring of In the usual way, I had no idea when it was going to appear or what its title would be, given that if sub-editors are employed your own title will never be used, however good.
Council (UFC), carried out a third exercise, now named the Research Assessment Exercise (RAE). In (as well as in the subsequent, and RAEs), over 90 percent of the UFC's research funds were distributed by its successors, the Higher Education Funding CouncilsCited by: Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education: An international journal forthcoming January Lee Harvey and Diana Green June Revised September ABSTRACT This paper addresses the nature of the concept of quality in relation to higher education.
It analyses ways of thinking about quality, considers their relevance to higher education,File Size: KB. The universities' research assessment exercise a second opinion Previous Article Gene deletion: a new target for cancer chemotherapy Next Article BOOKSHELFCited by: 2.
The RAE is the first time that RAE includes research impact as part of the assessment, with a view to encouraging the conduct of research of broader social relevance with high economic and social benefits.
The UGC set up the RAE Group under the Research Group to oversee the planning and implementation of the exercise. Most of HEFCE’s research budget is allocated as quality–related research (QR) funding.
Research quality is evaluated by the Research Assessment Exercise (RAE). The RAE was undertaken first inand subsequently in, and It was changed substantially in with the creation of the new universities and the Higher. Editor—Williams has summarised the dangers and deficiencies of the research assessment exercise.
The inevitable and desired consequence of the exercise was to concentrate resources in a limited number of institutions, and in this the process has been a Cited by: Abstract. The aim of this article is to delineate an empirically grounded, structure-causal going concern recursive model of UK economics that, in the context of the Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) and local department decision making, explains the progressive elimination of heterodox economics, the progressive homogenisation of mainstream economics from Cited by: Books Music Art & design TV & radio Stage the timing of the Research Assessment Exercise results coincided with the end In23% of researchers were in a top 5 or 5* rated department.
He has served EPSRC on research panels and as an assessor for research grants for many years and also served as a member of the Electrical Engineering Panel for the Research Assessment Exercise in His major research interests are in non-linear control theory, computer aided control system design, simulation and target tracking.
The consultancy Digital Science looked at the forms of research academics have submitted to UK research assessments sinceand found a sharp reduction in books in favour of articles. In the social sciences the change was particularly pronounced: nearly half of all submissions to the research assessment exercise were books, but by the research.
member of the Electrical Engineering Panel for the Research Assessment Exercise in His major research interests are in non-linear control theory, computer aided control system design, simulation and target tracking.
He has written two books, is a co-author of two others and. The United Kingdom is the most progressed in implementing this agenda and in the national research assessment exercise, the Research Excellence Framework, for the first time included the assessment of research impact as a component.
(Lundvall ; Freeman ), confirm that the links between research and impact are often not linear Cited by: 5. The fifth assessment exercise is the third presided over by Bahram Bekhradnia, the Higher Education Funding Council for England's director of policy. Bekhradnia, 52, worked at the then Department of Education and Science for nearly 20 years, but is far from being the archetypal civil servant.
1 Introduction. Previous research (Harley and Lee, ; Lee and Harley, ) on the impact of the Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) on heterodox economics and heterodox economists in the UK arrived at a discouraging set of conclusions and ically, through the economics panelists reliance on Diamond List journals to Cited by: The research assessment exercise will treat each university department differently in Donald MacLeod reports.
Made to measure Each time it was held - and - the. The REF was first carried out inreplacing the previous Research Assessment Exercise. The REF is undertaken by the four UK higher education funding bodies: Research England, the Scottish Funding Council (SFC), the Higher Education Funding Council for Wales (HEFCW), and the Department for the Economy, Northern Ireland (DfE).
What is the REF's purpose. Abstract. Reports on the Research Assessment Exercise (RAE), the fourth such exercise aimed at providing funding councils of UK universities (including former polytechnics) with the necessary data to rate the quality of UK academic research for predetermined units of assessment in order to fund research selectively.
The first research assessment exercise to cover the entire higher education sector was undertaken inthe last one was inand the next will take place in Cited by: The Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) graded research output of academic departments in the United Kingdom.
A citation study of anatomy, genetics, and archaeology articles () found a relationship between the total number of citations received, or average number of citations per faculty member, and the RAE score, Cited by: The paper examines the nature of the UK Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) and its evolution since A detailed analysis of the RAE in relation to tourism is reviewed, using the returns made by Higher Education Institutions (HEIs).Cited by: Research Assessment Exercise (RAE).
By reviewing their role, it is possible to see how the changes from quantitative to qualitative assessment (and the resulting problems surrounding the definition of ‘quality’ journals) has impacted both on the journals selected by academics for publishing their research and the assessment of them.
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The RAE is a UK-wide exercise run on behalf of the four UK higher education funding bodies. It aims to provide quality profiles of research activity across the HE sector. RAE background. The first RAE was undertaken inwith subsequent exercises held inHe is a member of the Primary Care and Other Community Based Subjects panel for the Research Assessment Exercise, is a co-editor of the journal Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology and is on the Editorial Board of the British Journal of General Practice.
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