References

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References 1-10

1 BIS, ‘Our Plan for Growth: Science and innovation – evidence’, December 2014
2 Government Office for Science, ‘Innovation: Managing risk, not avoiding it – Annual report of the Government Chief Scientific Adviser’, November 2014
3 Besley, Timothy et al., ‘Investing for Prosperity: Skills, infrastructure and innovation – Report of the LSE Growth Commission’, January 2013,
4 House of Commons Public Administration Select Committee, Oral evidence to ‘Whitehall: Capacity to address future challenges’ inquiry, HC 669, December 9, 2014. See also MoD, ‘Global Strategic Trends out to 2045’, Fifth Edition, August 2014
5 British Academy, ‘Punching our Weight: The humanities and social sciences in public policy making’, September 2008
6 KPMG website, ‘KPMG and Imperial College London form £20 million partnership’, July 15, 2014
7 Willetts, David, ‘Make assessment more inclusive’, Research Fortnight, December 18, 2014, p. 10
8 Haskel, Jonathan et al., ‘The Economic Significance of the UK Science Base – A report for the Campaign for Science and Engineering’, UK Innovation Research Centre, March 2014
9 Coyle, Diane, GDP: A brief but affectionate history, Princeton University Press, 2014
10 www.gov.uk/government/publications/our-plan-for-growth-science-and-innovation-evidence

References 11-19

11 www.lse.ac.uk/researchAndExpertise/units/growthCommission/home.aspx
12 Times Higher Education, October 16, 2014, p. 8
13 European Science Foundation, ‘Science in Society: Caring for our future in turbulent times’, June 2013
14 www.gov.uk/government/publications/our-plan-for-growth-science-and-innovation-evidence
15 Annual report of the Government Chief Scientific Adviser 2014, ‘Innovation: Managing risk, not avoiding it – evidence and case studies’, November 2014
16 See reference 15
17 Mazzucato, Mariana, The Entrepreneurial State, Anthem Press, 2013
18 www.sciencecampaign.org.uk/?page_id=14040
19 BIS, ‘Triennial Review of the Research Councils, Final Report’, April 2014

References 20-29

20 ESRC, Society Now, Autumn 2014, p. 27
21 Times Higher Education, November 20, 2014, pp. 6–7
22 Understanding Society, Insights 2014, University of Essex
23 Market Research Society website, ‘UK research market worth over £3bn, says first comprehensive sector review’, October 8, 2012
24 Research Excellence Framework 2014: The results, December 2014
25 Rhind, David, ‘Great Expectations: The social sciences in Great Britain’, Commission on the Social Sciences, March 2003
26 Crafts, Nicholas, ‘Walking wounded: The British economy in the aftermath of World War I’, article for VOX, August 27, 2014, www.voxeu.org/article/walking-wounded-british-economy-aftermath-world-war-i
27 Mehra, Melini, ‘Food Miles: Should we be buying food from abroad?’ presentation for RELU Science Debate, March 17, 2006
28 Bastow, Simon et al., The Impact of the Social Sciences: How academics and their research make a difference, SAGE, 2014
29 Collier, Paul, Exodus: Immigration and multiculturalism in the 21st century, Penguin, 2013

References 30-39

30 Kahneman, Daniel, Thinking, Fast and Slow, Allen Lane, 2011
31 Government Office for Science, ‘Future of Cities: Comparative urban governance’, WP10, October 2014
32 Times Higher Education, November 27, 2014, p. 30
33 Catapult Future Cities/Arup, ‘UK Capabilities for Urban Innovation’, July 2014. See also www.arup.com/smart; Hauser, Hermann, ‘Review of the Catapult Network’, November 2014
34 Ford, Robert and Goodwin, Matthew, Revolt on the Right, Routledge, 2014
35 King, Anthony and Crewe, Ivor, The Blunders of our Governments, Oneworld, 2013
36 Defra, ‘Making the Most of our Evidence: A strategy for Defra and its network’, June 2014
37 Department of Health, ‘UK Five Year Antimicrobial Resistance Strategy 2013 to 2018’, September 2013
38 DfE, ‘Longitudinal Study of Young People in England: Cohort 2, wave 1 – Research report’, November 2014
39 UK Data Forum, ‘UK Strategy for Data Resources for Social and Economic Research 2013–2018’, July 2013

References 40-45

40 Letter to Lord Selborne, Chair of House of Lords Science and Technology Committee, 30th July 2014
41 Field, James, ‘Cardiff University lights spark for a ‘world first’’, article for Research Professional, October 8, 2014
42 Elsevier, ‘International Comparative Performance of the UK Research Base – 2013: A report prepared by Elsevier for the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS)’, SciVal/Elsevier, December 2013
43 Bastow, Simon et al., The Impact of the Social Sciences, 2014
44 www.mrs.org.uk/article/item/556
45 National Audit Office, ‘Evaluation in Government’, December 2013