RAE results and research funding in the UK: a regional analysis

Monojit Chatterji, Paul Seaman

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    A considerable sum of money is allocated to UK universities on the basis of Research Assessment Exercise performance. In this paper we analyse the impact of the two main funding models on the intra-regional allocation of funds. We also examine the effect of regional safety nets and discuss the impact of their removal. The major conclusion is that the safety net delivers well for Wales but poorly for Scotland.
    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherUniversity of Dundee
    Publication statusPublished - 2004

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    NameDundee Discussion Papers in Economics
    PublisherUniversity of Dundee
    No.167
    ISSN (Print)1473-236X

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    Chatterji, M., & Seaman, P. (2004). RAE results and research funding in the UK: a regional analysis. (Dundee Discussion Papers in Economics; No. 167). University of Dundee.
    Chatterji, Monojit ; Seaman, Paul. / RAE results and research funding in the UK: a regional analysis. University of Dundee, 2004. (Dundee Discussion Papers in Economics; 167).
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