Assessing Research: The Researchers' View (2003) by Steven Wooding, Jonathan Grant

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There was also discussion at two of the workshops about the appropriateness and meaning of the terms ‘internationally competitive’ and ‘nationally competitive’. It was felt by many that research excellence was an anational concept, so the idea of national competitiveness was unhelpful. It was also thought that confusion between ‘international excellence’ and ‘international relevance’ could disadvantaged high quality research which had relevance only within the UK (eg, research into the National Health Service) or relevance only within a region (eg, tourism).

The possibility that funding would fail to increase in response to a demonstrated increase in research excellence was identified by fi ve groups as a significant system failure. Five groups considered that there should be effective mechanisms of targeting funding to successful individuals in low rated UoAs, although one of these groups considered that this might be inappropriate in subjects where the infrastructure costs were high and hence it would be inefficient to provide infrastructure for a lone (successful) individual.

Inclusiveness (Mentioned in systems 4, 5, 7, 8, 9 & 10) Mechanisms to increase the inclusiveness of the system fell into two categories, those aimed at allowing wider participation of individuals in the system and those aimed at 37 allowing wider participation of institutions. It was felt that the current system could have negative repercussions on young researchers and those who took career breaks, and that much of this related to the perceived need to submit four research outputs. Considering institutions it was also felt that there should be no bar on smaller, or less research focused, institutions entering the system.

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