The experience of delivering case award research in a public sector setting

Alexis Southall

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Abstract

The CASE Award PhD is a relatively new approach to completing academic research degrees, aligning the ideals of comprehensive research training and cross-collaboration between academics and organisations. As the initial wave of CASE funded PhD research begins to near completion, and indeed become evident through the publication of results, now is an appropriate time to begin the evaluation process of how to successfully deliver a CASE PhD, and to analyse the best practice approaches of completing a CASE Award with an organisation. This article intends to offer a picture into the CASE PhD process, with a focus on methods of communication to successfully implement this kind of research in collaboration with an organisation.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationESRC research capacity building clusters
Subtitle of host publicationsummit conference 2013 : 25th – 26th June 2013, Aston University
EditorsBen Clegg, Judith Scully, John Bryson
Place of PublicationBirmingham (UK)
PublisherAston University
Pages195-200
Number of pages6
ISBN (Print)978-1-905866-67-0
Publication statusPublished - 2013
EventESRC research capacity building clusters : 2013 national summit conference - Aston University, Birmingham, United Kingdom
Duration: 25 Jun 201326 Jun 2013

Conference

ConferenceESRC research capacity building clusters : 2013 national summit conference
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityBirmingham
Period25/06/1326/06/13
Other“University - Industry Collaboration in Challenging Times”

Bibliographical note

© Aston Business School

Keywords

  • public sector
  • communication
  • mixed methods

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  • Research Output

    • 4 Conference publication

    Identifying capacity building cluster impact in the West Midlands

    Clegg, B., Lightfoot, H. & Scully, J., 2013, ESRC research capacity building clusters: summit conference 2013 : 25th – 26th June 2013, Aston University. Clegg, B., Scully, J. & Bryson, J. (eds.). Birmingham (UK): Aston University, p. 222-229 8 p.

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    Open Access
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  • Market oriented cognitive subcultures in a multiple stakeholder environment

    Carrington, D. J. & Combe, I. A., 2013, ESRC research capacity building clusters: summit conference 2013 : 25th – 26th June 2013, Aston University. Clegg, B., Scully, J. & Bryson, J. (eds.). Birmingham (UK): Aston University, p. 151-169 9 p.

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  • Selection & development of short-term project team members: developmental stability as an indicator of interpersonal skills

    O'Broin, H. L. R., Butler, M. J. R., Lee, N. & Senior, C., 2013, ESRC research capacity building clusters: summit conference 2013 : 25th – 26th June 2013, Aston University. Clegg, B., Scully, J. & Bryson, J. (eds.). Birmingham (UK): Aston University, p. 141-150 10 p.

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  • Cite this

    Southall, A. (2013). The experience of delivering case award research in a public sector setting. In B. Clegg, J. Scully, & J. Bryson (Eds.), ESRC research capacity building clusters: summit conference 2013 : 25th – 26th June 2013, Aston University (pp. 195-200). Aston University. http://www1.aston.ac.uk/aston-business-school/research/events/esrc-research-capacity-building-clusters/