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The evolution of the UK's Research Assessment Exercise: publications, performance and perceptions

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posted on 22.05.2006, 15:26 by Valerie Bence, Charles Oppenheim
This article examines how the UK Research Assessment Exercise (RAE), along with the development of performance indicators, fits into the production of research within a changing policy context. The historical evolution of the RAE from 1985-2001 is considered, before looking specifically at how research output (in the form of journal publications) was, and is, assessed. Such changes in output measurements necessitated a move from quantitative to quality evaluation, and the role of quality – perceptions and performance- is examined.

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BENCE and OPPENHEIM, 2005. The evolution of the UK's Research Assessment Exercise: publications, performance and perceptions. Journal of Educational Administration and History, 37(2), pp. 137-155.

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University of Leeds / © Professor Oppenheim

Publication date

2005

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This article was published in the journal, Journal of Educational Administration and History [© Department of Education, University of Leeds].

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0022-0620

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en

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