2 edition of 1996 Research assessment exercise found in the catalog.
1996 Research assessment exercise
Higher Education Funding Council for England.
Written in English
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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. The Research Assessment Exercise was the fourth aimed at providing the funding councils with the data necessary to fund research selectively.
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.
Articles from The British Journal of General Practice are provided here courtesy of Royal College of General PractitionersAuthor: Tony Kendrick, Roger Jones. Honesty hurts. Many academics and of the "inaccurate" submission to the Research Assessment Exercise by the Department of East.
With 48 out of 51 departments receiving top five and five star grades in the assessment - denoting international standards of research - and more than 96% of its staff submitted to the exercise Author: Lee Elliot Major.
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British research audit may be last of its kind. However, while the many departments with improved grades celebrate the outcome, some are suggesting that the exercise Cited by: 3.