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Research councils, universities and local government – building bridges ?

Mawson, J. (2007) 'Research councils, universities and local government – building bridges ?', Public money and management., 27 (4). pp. 265-273.


This article examines the relationship between the UK's research councils, which are responsible for funding research in British universities and the development, execution and dissemination of that research in partnership with local government. The article focuses on the role of a partnership: the Local Authority Research Council Initiative (LARCI). The recent establishment of a national focus for the planning of local government research has opened up the exciting possibility of engaging with the research councils at a strategic level.

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