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

Southall, Alexis (2013). The experience of delivering case award research in a public sector setting. IN: ESRC research capacity building clusters. Clegg, Ben; Scully, Judith and Bryson, John (eds) Birmingham (UK): Aston University.


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.

Divisions: Aston Business School > Work & organisational psychology
Additional Information: © Aston Business School
Event Title: ESRC research capacity building clusters : 2013 national summit conference
Event Type: Other
Event Location: Aston University
Event Dates: 2013-06-25 - 2013-06-26
Uncontrolled Keywords: public sector,communication,mixed methods
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Published Date: 2013
Authors: Southall, Alexis



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