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An analysis of the Arts and Humanities submitted research outputs to the REF2014 with a focus on academic books: An Academic Book of the Future Report

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Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherKing's College London
Number of pages50
StatePublished - 15 Nov 2016


  • An analysis of the Arts and Humanities_TANNER_Published15Nov2016_GOLD VoR

    ABoF_Academic_Books_REF2014_Report_Simon_Tanner.pdf, 2 MB, application/pdf


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This study, by presenting a focused view on books in the Research Excellence Framework 2014, has delivered empirical evidence that may be used to support or contest previously held experiential perspectives. By covering the whole REF2014 and focusing in on Panel D for Arts and Humanities there is a depth of data not previously investigated for this purpose. The results of this study will be of use to: policy makers; academics; publishers, editors and publishing organizations; university decision makers and libraries.

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