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How should we measure higher education? A fundamental review of the Performance Indicators

Publication type
Pollard, E et al. (2013) How should we measure higher education? A fundamental review of the Performance Indicators . How should we measure higher education? A fundamental review of the Performance Indicators Part 1: the synthesis report, ( ). pp. 1-54.

Abstract

A review of the rationale, purpose and policy drivers for the UK Performance Indicators, their usage and users, and whether they are still fit for purpose.
Publication type:
Report
Theme(s) and sub-theme(s):
Economic and social context of higher education > Economic impact of HE
Authors:
Pollard, E et al
Publication title:
How should we measure higher education? A fundamental review of the Performance Indicators Part 1: the synthesis report
Official URL:
Reference number:
HEER000395
Summary deposited on:
17 Jan 2014
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