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|Title:||The UK and Italian research assessment exercises face to face|
|Bibliographic citation:||Rebora Gianfranco, Turri Matteo (2013), The UK and Italian research assessment exercises face to face. In: Research policy, vol. 42, n. 9, November 2013, p. 1657-1666.|
|Abstract:||In the UK the Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) is being replaced by the Research Excellence Framework (REF); similarly, in Italy the former Research Evaluation Exercise (VTR 2001-2003) has been revised and extended and a new cycle of assessment was activated in Autumn 2011 (VQR 2004-2010). The analysis of the development and the consequences of both British and Italian assessment exercises is carried out on the basis of three theoretical frameworks -- new public management (NPM), neo-institutional sociology (NIS), and organisational control theory (OCT). This last framework is crucial because the control systems have an effective sense-making capacity and it also exposes a different awareness about control systems in the British and Italian experiences.|
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