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Working Papers

2015

Wright, C, 2015. Retention in and progression through HE in Wales. Impact and Effectiveness of Widening Access to HE in Wales Working Paper Series1 – WAQNCW2015-1

2014

Wright, C, 2014. Widening Access to higher education in Wales: Analysis using linked administrative data

Rees G, and Taylor C, 2014. Evidence to the Review of Higher Education Funding and Student Finance Arrangements in Wales

Davies R. and Wright C, 2014. Overview of the Widening Access Database Working Paper Series 1, WAQNCW2014-2

Evans C, 2014. What is ‘widening access’ to higher education? A review of approaches adopted by HEIs and colleges in Wales to ‘widening access’ to HE. Impact and Effectiveness of Widening Access to HE in Wales Working Paper Series 1 WAQLCE2014-5

Evans C, 2014. A review of approaches adopted by HEIs in Wales to evaluating widening access. Impact and Effectiveness of Widening Access to HE in Wales Working Paper Series 1 WAQLCE2014-6

Evans C, 2014. How is the Welsh Government’s widening access policy delivered on a regional level? Impact and Effectiveness of Widening Access to HE in Wales Working Paper Series 1 WAQLCE2014-8

Evans C, 2014. To what extent are institutional widening access strategies delivered on a departmental level? Impact and Effectiveness of Widening Access to HE in Wales Working Paper Series 1 WAQLCE2014-9

Evans C, 2014. Targeting ‘Communities First’ areas in Wales to widening access to higher education: how appropriate are the methods? Impact and Effectiveness of Widening Access to HE in Wales Working Paper Series 1 WAQLCE2014-11

2013

Wright C. 2013. Modelling Access to Higher Education: an evaluation of previous approaches. Impact and Effectiveness of Widening Access to HE in Wales Working Paper Series 1, WAQNCW2013-1

2011

Plows A, Mann R, 2011, ‘East, West and the Bit in the Middle: Localities in North Wales’ The Menai Paper 2011/01

Riley R, Robinson C, 2011, ‘UK Economic Performance:  How Far do Intangibles Count?’ Innodrive Working Paper Series No. 14

Riley R, Robinson C, 2011, ‘Agglomeration Spillovers from Intangible Capital: An analysis of UK City Regions’ Innodrive Working Paper Series No. 15

Rothwell H, Burgess S, Townsend N, Pimm C, Shepherd M, Murphy S, 2011, ‘Review of the Welsh Network of Healthy School Schemes, 2007-2008’ Cardiff School of Social Sciences Working Paper Series No. 137

2010

Forth J, Harris R, Rincon Aznar A,Robinson C, 2010, 'The impact of the National Minimum Wage on productivity and competitiveness in the UK' Swansea University Economics Discussion Paper Series SBE-E-01

Plows A, 2010, 'What is public engagement with human genetics and what is it for? Differentiating between policy, practice and 'social movement'.' The Menai Papers, Bangor University School of School of Social Sciences Working Paper 2010(1)

Smith RJ, 2010, 'Whose Method is it Anyway? Researching space, setting and practice' Cardiff School of Social Sciences Working Paper 135

2009

Mann R, Khan HTA, Leeson GW, 2009, 'Age and gender differences in grandchildren's relationships with maternal grandfathers and grandmothers' Oxford Institute of Ageing Working Paper Series 209

Moles K, 2009, 'Narrating a national space' Cardiff University School of Social Sciences Working Paper 124

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