Bella Reichard is a PhD Candidate in Linguistics at Newcastle University. She researches the language of REF2014 Impact Case Studies, with a special focus on the difference in word choice between case studies that received 4* ratings compared to those that were rated 1* or 2*. Outside of studying, Bella teaches English for Academic Purposes (EAP) to international students at Newcastle University and serves on the Executive Committee of BALEAP, the professional organisation for EAP teachers.
“Additionality” in the context of economic impact evaluations has a very precise meaning with the concept considered side-by-side with “counterfactuals” and “impact deadweight”. In the early stages of the REF 2021 consultation it was also being used ambiguously as a term to highlight the new impacts of a “continued case study” from REF 2014. Though …
|Theme:||Impact & Public Engagement|
|Level:||Open to all|
|Speakers:||Dr Juergen Wastl, Dr Sumi David, Bella Reichard|