Finding time for impact – Policy choices incentivising academic behaviours are not zero-sum games

Research policy increasingly encourages academics to undertake different activities, such as research, teaching and academic service, yet academic time remains finite. Using the introduction of tuition fees in 2012 as a natural experiment within the UK, Francesco Rentocchini and Ugo Rizzo argue that the implicit focus fees introduced on teaching, limited English and Welsh academics’ … Continued