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|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||Ranking of United Kingdom law journals: An analysis of the Research Assessment Exercise 2001 submissions and results|
|Citation:||Campbell K, Goodacre A & Little G (2006) Ranking of United Kingdom law journals: An analysis of the Research Assessment Exercise 2001 submissions and results, Journal of Law and Society, 33 (3), pp. 335-363.|
|Abstract:||Notwithstanding the Chancellor of the Exchequer's announcement in the 2006 Budget that, after the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise ('RAE 2008'), it is the government's firm presumption that the system for assessing research quality and allocating quality-related funding to United Kingdom universities will be mainly metrics based, RAE 2008 is vitually certain to proceed and to have considerable significance for legal research in the United Kingdom. In this rapidly developing and controversial context, this paper uses statistical analysis of the data from RAE 2001 to construct a series of metrics-based rankings which, when taken together, provide a reliable and coherent ranking of leading United Kingdom law journals.|
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