Research and analysis

Impact of selective funding of research in England, and the specific outcomes of HEFCE research funding: Annotated literature review

This publication presents the review of literature on which the main report draws for its evidence base. It provides an annotated summary of all books and journal articles, public documents and other publications, and other forms of information examined in relation to the main report.

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Impact of selective funding of research in England, and the specific outcomes of HEFCE research funding: Annotated literature review

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QR is the Higher Education Funding Council for England’s (HEFCE’s) mainstream quality-related research funding. It’s a core part of research support, has been shown to have pervasive effects, and is widely discussed in the higher education community.

The objective of this project was to improve understanding of the impact of HE research funding on the distribution, quality, volume and outcomes of research activity in England.

This publication presents the review of literature on which the main report draws for its evidence base. It provides an annotated summary of all books and journal articles, public documents and other publications, and other forms of information examined in relation to the main report.

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  • Annotations and methodology
  • Introduction
  • Desk-based analysis
  • Policy and related reports
  • Blue skies research
  • Search and reporting procedures

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