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Benneworth, Paul and Olmos Peñuela, Julia (2020) Future impact - how can we rationally evaluate impact statements? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (27 Jan 2020). Blog Entry.

Maxwell, Kate, Benneworth, Paul and Siefkes, Martin (2018) Sandpits can develop cross-disciplinary projects, but funders need to be as open-minded as researchers. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (15 Oct 2018). Blog Entry.

Olmos, Julia, Benneworth, Paul and Castro, Elena (2014) Willingness to incorporate external influences into research process will support strong basis for usable knowledge. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (22 Jul 2014). Website.

Benneworth, Paul (2013) Exploratory analysis of researcher behaviour challenges the assumption that STEM subjects are more societally useful than SSH. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (28 Oct 2013). Website.

Benneworth, Paul (2013) Book review: Humanities in the twenty-first century: beyond utility and markets. LSE Review of Books (28 Jul 2013). Website.

Benneworth, Paul (2013) Book review: The great university gamble: money, markets and the future of Higher Education. LSE Review of Books (05 Jun 2013). Website.

Benneworth, Paul (2013) Book review: Loan sharks: the rise and rise of paydaylending. LSE Review of Books (30 Apr 2013). Website.

Benneworth, Paul (2013) Book review: Music festivals and regional development inAustralia. LSE Review of Books (25 Mar 2013). Website.

Benneworth, Paul (2012) Book review: how do we save higher education in the UK from chaos? LSE Review of Books (25 May 2012). Website.

Benneworth, Paul (2012) England’s regional campaigners need a new message, not just new platforms to advocate elected regional assemblies. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Feb 2012). Website.

Benneworth, Paul (2011) Public arguments between academics must not discourage early career researchers from valuing impact. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (28 Sep 2011). Website.

Benneworth, Paul (2011) Across Europe there is a fundamental failure to agree on the value of research. Classifying academic and government perspectives on impact is a step towards settling the debate. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (17 Aug 2011). Website.

Benneworth, Paul (2011) The AHRC funding debate must now focus on what is really important: ensuring that academics retain the freedom to research for the good of society, and acknowledging the vast improvement that research councils have made in the last few years. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (01 Apr 2011). Website.

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