Research capacity and research governance in local authority settings in England

Created By:  thumbnail Tim Adams
Last updated: 15 Jun 2022

The survey found that most researchers were located in corporate teams,  and performance indicators and other forms of quantitative methods were the most frequently used methods of obtaining data.  The findings also suggest a low level of access by researchers to training and other forms of support, including research governance arrangements likely to be a consequence of continuing public sector austerity policies pursued by the present government. Authors: John Woolham, Martin Stevens and Chris Rainey

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