Editorial: PBRF changes (2021)
Over the last 18 years successive governments have tried various schemes to reward and encourage good research, without actually conducting much research into the effectiveness of the rewards and discouragements inherent in their schemes. Universities have been very quick to analyse where the weaknesses in the successive formats gave them opportunities to promote their stronger players, and hide their weaker ones, to the point where the focus of universities seems to have become playing the rules, rather than actually supporting good research.
CitationBenade L, Devine N, Teschers C (Ed.) (2021). Editorial: PBRF changes. Auckland University of Technology (AUT) Library.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research39 - Education::3903 - Education systems::390303 - Higher education
39 - Education::3902 - Education policy, sociology and philosophy::390201 - Education policy
44 - Human society::4407 - Policy and administration::440710 - Research, science and technology policy
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