Case Study

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Policy and practice impacts of research funded by the Economic and Social Research Council
A case study of the Future of Work programme, approach and analysis
Steven Wooding, Edward Nason, Lisa Klautzer, Jennifer Rubin, Stephen Hanney, Jonathan Grant

Policy and practice impacts of research funded by the Economic and Social Research Council
A case study of the Future of Work programme, approach and analysis
Steven Wooding, Edward Nason, Lisa Klautzer, Jennifer Rubin, Stephen Hanney, Jonathan Grant
Prepared for the Economic and Social Research Council

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Preface

This report, prepared for the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), examines the impact of the ESRC’s ‘Future of Work’ programme on policy makers, professional practitioners and other groups outside



References: Buxton M., Croxson B., Hanney S., 1999, 'Assessing the Payback from Health R&D: From ad hoc Studies to Regular Monitoring ', HERG Research Report No 27, Brunel University Buxton, M., R

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