Digital Research Report: The Societal and Economic Impacts of Academic Research - International perspectives on good practice and managing evidence
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A report produced by Digital Science, together with an international collaboration of leading higher education professionals and policy experts who give their views on the global impact agenda in research policy and discuss what evidence of impact is useful to them.
As more countries hold research institutions accountable for the socio-economic impact of research, the report gathers insight and guidance from leading professionals across the globe. The perspectives include:
Jonathan Adams, Tamar Loach and Martin Szomszor (Digital Science), Saba Hinrichs and Jonathan Grant (King’s College), Tim Cahill (The Conversation, Australia), Lisa Murphy (Science Foundation Ireland), Fiona Goff and Phil Heads (Natural Environment Research Council and Research Councils UK), Johan Blaus (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden), Christian Herzog (Uberresearch), Bokani Tshidzu (Vertigo Ventures) and Stephen Hill (HEFCE).