further reading

Charlton, B.G. (2008) What has the RAE ever done for Oxford University. The Oxford Magazine. 271, pp. 3-5.

Collini, S. (2009) Impact on humanities: researchers much take a stand now or be judged and rewarded as salesmen. The Times Literary Supplement, 13th November.

David, M. and Sayers, S. (1997) “Assessment re-assessed.” THES, 28th February.

Evans, M. (2004) Killing thinking: the death of the universities. London and New York: Continuum. 

Gillies, D. (1989) Lessons from the History and Philosophy of Science regarding the RAE. In A. O'Hear (Ed.) Philosophy of Science (pp. 37-73). Cambridge: Cambridge UP.

Grafton A. T. (2010) Britain: The disgrace of the universities. The New York Review, 10 March, p.32.

Furedi, F. (2004) Where have all the intellectuals gone? London and New York: Continuum.

Hey, V. and Leathwood, C. (2009) Passionate attachments: Higher Education, policy, knowledge, emotion and social justice. Higher Education Policy, 22 March, pp. 101-118. 

McKibbin, R. (2010) Good for business. Ross McKibbins on New Labour’s plan for the universities. London Review of Books, 25 February, pp.9–10. 

Morley, L. (2007) The gendered implications of quality assurance and audit: quality and equality. In P. Cotterill, S. Jackson and G. Letherby (Eds.) Challenges and negotiations for women in higher education (pp. 53-63). Dordrecht: Springer.

O'Neill, O. (2002) A question of trust. Cambridge: Cambridge UP.

Pears, I. (2010) The end of research. London Review of Books, 25 March, p.4.

Readings, B. (1997) The university in ruins. Massachusetts and London: Harvard UP.

Rustin, M. Spring (2004) Rethinking Audit and Inspection Soundings 26.

Ryan, A. (2007) New Labour and Higher Education. In G.Walford (Ed.) Education and the Labour Government: An Evaluation of Two Terms. London and New York: Routledge.

Sample, I. (2009) Deep fears over lack of deep thought. The Guardian, 3 October, p.17.

Whitfield, D. (2001) Public Services or Corporate Welfare: Rethinking the Nation State in the Global Economy. London: Pluto Press.