Department of Education

Alis Oancea

Professor of Philosophy of Education and Research Policy and Director of Research

College Affiliation: Kellogg College

Alis Oancea is Professor of Philosophy of Education and Research Policy and Director of Research in the department.

She specialises in studies of research policy and governance and in philosophy of research – including work on research assessment, impact and knowledge exchange, research funding, research quality, evaluation, open knowledge practices, research ethics, capacity, publication practices, and the cultural value of research in the arts and the humanities. This strand of work is complemented with a strong interest in teacher education research, innovation in teacher education policy and practice, knowledge and values in the teaching profession, and the role of research in teacher education. She has two PhDs, one in policy and governance for research (from the University of Oxford), and one in epistemology and research.

Current professional commitments include

  • Director of Research, Oxford University Department of Education
  • Special Advisor on Research Impact, University of Oxford
  • Joint Editor, Oxford Review of Education
  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
  • Member of the Peer Review College of the Economic and Social Research Council
  • Member of the Peer Review  of the Arts and Humanities Research Council
  • Member of the Reviewer Pool, Education Endowment Foundation
  • Editorial board member: Review of Education; Educational Theory (review board)
  • Secretary, Oxford Branch of the Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain
  • Member of Research Management Committee,  ESRC Centre for Global Higher Education
  • Associate Research Fellow, Research Centre on Skills, Knowledge and Organisational Performance
  • Co-convenor of OUDE’s Philosophy, Religion and Education research forum.
  • Member of the Research and International Forum of UCET (2011-13 and 2016 onwards)

Selected past engagements

  • Joint Editor, Review of Education (2012-16)
  • Lead Editor of ‘Research Intelligence’ (2010-12)
  • Elected Executive Council member and trustee of the British Educational Research Association (2009-12)
  • Council member of the European Educational Research Association (2011-12)
  • Pro-Proctor, University of Oxford (2017-18)
  • Member of grant panel, research centres, ESRC
  • Vice-chair, several Horizon 2020 calls
  • Deputy Director for Research, Oxford University Department of Education (2012-16)
  • Research theme coordinator, Policy, Economy and Society (2014-16)
  • Senior Academic Advisor for research impact, Oxford University (2012-13)
  • Member of the Horizons2020 and Periscope Working Groups, EERA
  • Member of BERA’s Academic Publications Committee
  • Organising Committee Member, ECER 2014 (London) (2011-12)
  • Member of the UCET/BERA Working Group on the future of educational research (2011-12)
  • Member of the Planning Group of the UK Strategic Forum for Research in Education (2009-10)
  • Professional Mentor for the Postgraduate Diploma in Learning and Teaching in H.E. (Oxford)
  • Qualified PRINCE2 project management practitioner
  • External examiner

Funded Research Projects:

  • Supporting Teachers with Resources and Art (SuTRA) (CI)

  • 2019

    Economic and Social Research Council IAA

  • Evaluation of the Multaka Project. Funding (CI)

  • 2018-19

    Esmee Fairbairn

  • Strategic Innovation Fund–Developing Research Impact (PI)

  • 2018-19

    Economic and Social Research Council IAA

  • How research impact is constructed and reported in Oxford Martin School (PI)

  • 2018

    Oxford Martin School

  • Evaluation of national education research capacity building programme in Wales (PI)

  • 2017-18

    Higher Education Funding Council for Wales

  • Harnessing educational research: analysis of impact, environment, capacity and funding (co-PI)

  • 2016-17

    British Academy & Royal Society

  • Ethical quandaries in practice-based research (CI)

  • 2015-16

    Department of Education Small Research Grant

  • Finding solutions to the skills gap in the historic built environment – Phases 1 and 2 (PI)

  • 2015-16

    Association of Small Historic Towns and Villages

  • Innovative methods for capturing the cultural value of arts and humanities research (PI)

  • 2013-14

    Arts and Humanities Research Council

  • Knowledge Exchange in the Social Sciences (KESS) (PI)

  • 2013-15

    Higher Education Innovation Fund and matched donation

  • BERA Observatory of Educational Research (PI)

  • 2014

    British Educational Research Association

  • A dialogue between phenomenology and critical realism (PI)

  • 2013-14

    Higher Education Academy

  • Prospects for the Future of Education Research in the UK

  • 2011-12

    Universities Council for the Education of Teachers & British Educational Research Association (chair: G. Whitty) [Commissioned]

  • Interpretations and Practices of Research Impact across Disciplines. (PI)

  • 2009-11

    Higher Education Innovation Fund

  • Review of the Impacts of the Research Assessment Exercise 2008 (PI)

  • 2009-10

    Universities Council for the Education of Teachers & British Educational Research Association

  • Strategic Forum for Research in Education

  • 2009-10

    Economic and Social Research Council, Department for Children, Schools and Families, CfTB and British Educational Research Association. Chair: A. Pollard

  • Quality Criteria for the Assessment of Education Research in Several Contexts of Assessment

  • 2009

    Economic and Social Research Council and Teaching and Learning Research Programme

  • Research Evaluation - a comparative study

  • 2006-09

  • Fixed-term employment in research - new directions in the research economy? (PI)

  • 2008

    John FELL and Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning/ Higher Education Funding Council

  • Assessing Applied and Practice-Based Research in Education

  • 2004-05

    Economic and Social Research Council (with J. Furlong). RES 618-25-6001

  • Assessing Applied and Practice-Based Research in Education. Dissemination extension funding

  • 2005

    Economic and Social Research Council

  • Processes of Transition in Educational Systems of Central and Eastern European Countries (Co-PI)

  • 2004-05

    European Science Foundation

  • The Distribution of Educational Research Expertise in the UK post-RAE 2001

  • 2003-04

    British Educational Research Association [Commissioned]

  • The Nuffield Review of 14-19 Education and Training

  • 2004-09

    . Nuffield Foundation [£1m]. Lead: R. Pring.

Doctoral Applications

Alis welcomes doctoral applications from students interested in the following research areas:

  • research policy and governance (research assessment, impact, rankings, publications, quality)
  • teacher education research
  • academic work and identities
  • higher education
  • philosophy of research
  • philosophy of education

Publications:

  • Featured Publications

    • Oancea, A, Florez-Petour, T, Atkinson, J (2018) “The ecologies and economy of cultural value from research”, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CULTURAL POLICY.
      DOI: http://doi.org/10.1080/10286632.2015.1128418

    • Oancea, A, Petour, TF, Atkinson, J (2017) “Qualitative network analysis tools for the configurative articulation of cultural value and impact from research”, RESEARCH EVALUATION.
      DOI: http://doi.org/10.1093/reseval/rvx014

    • Bridges, D, Oancea, AE, Orchard, J (2017) “Teacher education as ethical practice”, In: A Companion to Research in Teacher Education. Springer.

    • Winch, C, Oancea, A, Orchard, J (2015) “The contribution of educational research to teachers' professional learning: philosophical understandings”, OXFORD REVIEW OF EDUCATION.
      DOI: http://doi.org/10.1080/03054985.2015.1017406

    • Oancea, A (2014) “Teachers' professional knowledge and state-funded teacher education: a (hi)story of critiques and silences”, OXFORD REVIEW OF EDUCATION.
      DOI: http://doi.org/10.1080/03054985.2014.939413

    • Oancea, A (2014) “Research assessment as governance technology in the United Kingdom: findings from a survey of RAE 2008 impacts”, ZEITSCHRIFT FUR ERZIEHUNGSWISSENSCHAFT.
      DOI: http://doi.org/10.1007/s11618-014-0575-5

    • Punch, KF, Oancea, A (2014) Introduction to Research Methods in Education. SAGE.

    • Ovseiko, PV, Oancea, A, Buchan, AM (2012) “Assessing research impact in academic clinical medicine: a study using Research Excellence Framework pilot impact indicators.”, BMC health services research.
      DOI: http://doi.org/10.1186/1472-6963-12-478

    • Oancea, AE (2009) “Performative accountability and the UK Research Assessment Exercise”, ACCESS: Critical Perspectives on Communication, Cultural & Policy Studies(NZ).

    • Oancea, A, Furlong, J (2007) “Expressions of excellence and the assessment of applied and practice-based research”, Research Papers in Education.
      DOI: http://doi.org/10.1080/02671520701296056

    • Furlong, J, Oancea, A (2007) “Assessing quality in applied and practice‐based research in education: continuing the debate”, Research Papers in Education. Informa UK Limited.
      DOI: http://doi.org/10.1080/02671520701296015

    • Furlong, J, Oancea, A (2007) Assessing quality in applied and practice-based research in education: Continuing the debate.
      DOI: http://doi.org/10.1080/02671520701296015

    • Oancea, A (2005) “Criticisms of educational research: key topics and levels of analysis”, BRITISH EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH JOURNAL.
      DOI: http://doi.org/10.1080/0141192052000340198

  • Books

    • Punch, KF, Oancea, A (2014) Introduction to Research Methods in Education. SAGE.

    • Pring, R, Hayward, G, Hodgson, A, Johnson, J, Keep, E, Oancea, A, Rees, G, Spours, K, Wilde, S (2012) Education for all: The future of education and training for 14-19 year olds.
      DOI: http://doi.org/10.4324/9780203873595

    • Oancea, AE (2010) The BERA / UCET Review of the Impacts of RAE 2008 on Education Research in UK Higher Education Institutions.. Macclesfield: BERA/ UCET.

    • Oancea, AE, Pollard, A (2010) Unlocking Learning? Towards evidence-informed policy and practice in education. Final report of the UK Strategic Forum for Research in Education. London: SFRE.
      DOI: http://doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.1.1981.1601

    • Furlong, J, Oancea, A (2007) Assessing quality in applied and practice-based research in education: Continuing the debate.
      DOI: http://doi.org/10.1080/02671520701296015

    • Oancea, AE (2001) Causal Explanation and Teleological Explanation in Educational Research. Bucharest: The University of Bucharest Publishing House.

  • Book chapters

    • Johnson, DE, Richardson, RJ (2017) Preface. vii-viii
      DOI: http://doi.org/10.1039/9781782623731-00006

    • Bridges, D, Oancea, AE, Orchard, J (2017) “Teacher education as ethical practice”, In: A Companion to Research in Teacher Education. Springer. 541-554

    • Oancea, A (2016) “The aims and claims of educational research”, In: Education, Ethics and Experience: Essays in Honour of Richard Pring. 109-122
      DOI: http://doi.org/10.4324/9781315716466

    • Oancea, AE (2016) “Including Ethics in Social Science Research”, In: K Punch (ed.) Developing Effective Research Proposals. 3. London: SAGE.

    • Oancea, AE (2014) “Ethics in social science research”, In: K Punch (ed.) Introduction to Social Research. London: SAGE.

    • Oancea, AE (2014) “Causation”, In: DC Phillips (ed.) Encyclopedia of Educational Theory and Philosophy. SAGE.

    • Oancea, A, Orchard, J (2013) “The Future of Teacher Education”, In: Education Policy: Philosophical Critique. 74-88
      DOI: http://doi.org/10.1002/9781118680544.ch6

    • Oancea, AE, Punch, KF (2013) “Literature Searching and Reviewing”, In: Introduction to Social Research Quantitative and Qualitative Approaches. London: SAGE.

    • Oancea, AE (2011) “Philosophy of education”, In: J Arthur, A Peterson (eds.) The Routledge Companion to Education. London: Routledge.
      DOI: http://doi.org/10.4324/9780203802243

    • Oancea, AE (2010) “Does the concept of knowledge translation capture the complexity of the relationship between research and practice?”, In: Using Evidence: Advances and debates in bridging health research and action. Ottawa: Canadian Institutes of Health Research.

    • Oancea, A, Bridges, D (2010) “Philosophy of education: The historical and contemporary tradition”, In: Disciplines of Education: Their Role in the Future of Education Research. 50-66
      DOI: http://doi.org/10.4324/9780203844137

    • Oancea, AE, Furlong, J (2010) “Expressions of excellence and the assessment of applied and practice based research”, In: S Groundwater-Smith, A Campbell (eds.) Action research in education. London: SAGE.

    • Oancea, AE (2010) “Research assessment in the United Kingdom: Issues of concern”, In: World science report: Knowledge divides. Paris: UNESCO. 259-261

    • Oancea, AE, Pring, R (2009) “The importance of being thorough: On systematic accumulations of “what works” in education research”, In: D Bridges, P Smeyers, R Smith (eds.) Evidence-based education policy: What evidence? What basis? Whose policy?. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

    • Oancea, AE (2008) “Standardisation and versatility in research assessment”, In: A Besley (ed.) Assessing the Quality of Research in Higher Education. Rotterdam: Sense.

    • Oancea, AE (2003) “Scientificity criteria for educational research”, In: MC Calin (ed.) Theory and Metatheory of Education. Bucharest: Aramis.

    • Oancea, AE (2003) “Causal and teleological explanations in educational research”, In: MC Calin (ed.) Theory and Metatheory of Education. Bucharest: Aramis.

    • Oancea, AE (2002) “Scientific explanation in pedagogy”, In: Pedagogie. Fundamentari teoretice si demersuri aplicative. Iassy: Polirom.

    • Oancea, AE (2002) “Integrating support materials in classroom activities”, In: World Bank (ed.) Developing Rural Education in Romania. Bucharest: Ministry for Education and Science.

    • Oancea, AE, Calin, MC (2002) “The scientificity of educational knowledge”, In: E Paun, D Potolea (eds.) Pedagogie. Fundamentari teoretice si demersuri aplicative. Iassy: Polirom.

  • Conference papers

    • Oancea, AE, Orchard, J, Winch, C The contribution of educational research to teachers’ professional learning – philosophical understandings. (Philadelphia)

    • Oancea, AE Research assessment and education research. (Edinburgh)

    • Oancea, AE Evidence from the BERA/UCET Review of the Impacts of RAE 2008. Keynote symposium (convenor and contributor). (Warwick University)

    • Oancea, AE The contribution of the EERQI measures and indicators to the assessment of research in education. Invited contribution. (Geneva)

    • Oancea, AE The RAE, the REF, and the future of research assessment in the UK. Invited keynote workshop. (Coventry University)

    • Oancea, AE RAE 2008 impacts and REF expectations. Invited seminar. (University of Coventry)

    • Oancea, AE Assessing the Quality of Education Research in Different Contexts. Keynote address. (University of Leicester)

    • Oancea, AE Assessment, Quality and Higher Education Research. Invited talk.

    • Oancea, AE Invited discussant of R. Pring, Faith based schools, Religion, Values and Education seminar. (Oxford University Department of Education)

    • Oancea, AE Impacts and REF Expectations: Findings from the UCET/BERA Review of the Impacts of RAE 2008 on Education Research. Invited session. (Hinckley Island Hotel, Leicestershire)

    • Oancea, AE The Impacts of RAE 2008 on Education Units across the UK. Invited talk. (London)

    • Oancea, AE Philosophy and Education Research. The voice(s) of philosophy in the conversations of the educational research communities. Contribution to invited plenary symposium. (Manchester)

    • Oancea, AE On Evidence, Use, and Deliberation: Implications of the relevance and usefulness agenda for practice-related research. Invited talk to international symposium. (Utrecht Hogenschool, The Netherlands)

    • Oancea, AE Lifelong Learning in Ageing Societies. Invited lecture. (ERSTE Stiftung, Split, Croatia)

    • Oancea, AE Praxis or Poiesis? On the Assessment of Applied and Practice-Based Research. Invited lecture. (Gothenburg University, Sweden)

    • Oancea, AE, Gorard, S Making evidence useful: the whole point of publicly-funded education research?. (University of York)

    • Oancea, AE Education research and the RAE: findings from the review of the impacts of the RAE 2008 on education research. Keynote lecture. (Coventry University)

    • Oancea, AE Beyond impact: Connecting research to policy and practice? Invited contribution. (London)

    • Oancea, AE, Menter, I, McNamara, O UCET/BERA collaboration - the impact of current policy developments on educational research. (Leicestershire)

    • Oancea, AE Impact from doctoral research? Keynote lecture and workshop.

    • Oancea, AE, Orchard, J Philosophical perspectives on the future of teacher education. (Leicestershire)

    • Oancea, AE Interpretations and practices of research impact across the disciplines. (London)

    • Oancea, AE, Whitty, G The future of educational research. Symposium. (London)

    • Oancea, AE Interpretations and practices of research impact across the disciplines. (Berlin)

    • Oancea, AE Teachers’ professional knowledge. Keynote panel. (New College, Oxford)

    • Oancea, AE Configurative capture of value through qualitative network mapping. Invited contribution.

    • Oancea, AE The impacts of RAE 2008 on education research in the United Kingdom. Invited contribution. (University of Edinburgh)

    • Oancea, AE Trends and challenges in research assessment. Invited talk. (Oxford)

    • Oancea, AE Philosophical perspectives on the future of teacher education. (London)

    • Oancea, AE Prospects for the future of educational research. Invited talk. (London)

    • Oancea, AE Interpretations and practices of research impact. Invited talk. (Institute of Education, London)

    • Oancea, AE Capturing and reporting research impact. Invited talk. (University of Oxford, Oxford)

    • Oancea, AE The BERA/UCET Review of the implications of current policy contexts for the future of educational research. Invited talk.

    • Oancea, AE Commentary on the EERQI project. (Brussels)

    • Oancea, AE Governing research through assessment technologies. Talk to the fourth CETL conference. (Oxford)

    • Oancea, AE Recent considerations of quality in social research. Assessing applied and practice-based research. Keynote talk.

  • Journal articles

    • Oancea, A (2019) “Research governance and the future(s) of research assessment”, Palgrave Communications. 5(1)
      DOI: http://doi.org/10.1057/s41599-018-0213-6

    • OANCEA, AE (2018) “Research policy and education research: Accountability phobia, or a clash of interpretations?”, Research Intelligence. August. 2007(100) 20-21.

    • Oancea, A, Florez-Petour, T, Atkinson, J (2018) “The ecologies and economy of cultural value from research”, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CULTURAL POLICY. 24(1) 1-24.
      DOI: http://doi.org/10.1080/10286632.2015.1128418

    • Oancea, A, Petour, TF, Atkinson, J (2017) “Qualitative network analysis tools for the configurative articulation of cultural value and impact from research”, RESEARCH EVALUATION. 26(4) 302-315.
      DOI: http://doi.org/10.1093/reseval/rvx014

    • Oancea, AE, Mills, D (2015) “The New Ecosystem for Educational Research: Findings from the BERA Observatory”, Research Intelligence. (127) 27-28.

    • Winch, C, Oancea, A, Orchard, J (2015) “The contribution of educational research to teachers' professional learning: philosophical understandings”, OXFORD REVIEW OF EDUCATION. 41(2) 202-216.
      DOI: http://doi.org/10.1080/03054985.2015.1017406

    • Oancea, A (2014) “Research assessment as governance technology in the United Kingdom: findings from a survey of RAE 2008 impacts”, ZEITSCHRIFT FUR ERZIEHUNGSWISSENSCHAFT. 17 83-110.
      DOI: http://doi.org/10.1007/s11618-014-0575-5

    • Oancea, A (2014) “Teachers' professional knowledge and state-funded teacher education: a (hi)story of critiques and silences”, OXFORD REVIEW OF EDUCATION. 40(4) 497-519.
      DOI: http://doi.org/10.1080/03054985.2014.939413

    • Oancea, AE (2013) “Buzzwords and values: The prominence of “impact” in UK research policy and governance”, Research Trends. 33 6-8.

    • Oancea, A (2013) “Research Impact and Educational Research”, European Educational Research Journal. 12(2) 242-250.
      DOI: http://doi.org/10.2304/eerj.2013.12.2.242

    • Ovseiko, PV, Oancea, A, Buchan, AM (2012) “Assessing research impact in academic clinical medicine: a study using Research Excellence Framework pilot impact indicators.”, BMC health services research. 12 478+.
      DOI: http://doi.org/10.1186/1472-6963-12-478

    • Oancea, A, Hopfenbeck, TN (2012) “International Datasets and Comparisons in Education”, Research IntelligenceTN Hopfenbeck, A Oancea (eds.) . (119)

    • Oancea, A, Orchard, J (2012) “The Future of Teacher Education”, JOURNAL OF PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION. 46(4) 574-588.
      DOI: http://doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-9752.2012.00888.x

    • Oancea, AE, Engelbrecht, P, Hoffman, J (2009) “Trends in research policy in the United Kingdom – implications for South African higher education research”, South African Journal of Higher Education. 23 1101-1114.

    • Oancea, AE (2009) “Performative accountability and the UK Research Assessment Exercise”, ACCESS: Critical Perspectives on Communication, Cultural & Policy Studies(NZ). 27(1/2) 153-173.

    • Oancea, A, Bridges, D (2009) “Philosophy of education in the UK: the historical and contemporary tradition”, OXFORD REVIEW OF EDUCATION. 35(5) 553-568.
      DOI: http://doi.org/10.1080/03054980903216291

    • Oancea, A (2009) “The Routledge international encyclopedia of education”, BRITISH EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH JOURNAL. 35(2) 323-325.
      DOI: http://doi.org/10.1080/01411920902746262

    • Oancea, A, Pring, R (2008) “The importance of being thorough: On systematic accumulations of 'what works' in education research”, JOURNAL OF PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION. 42 15-39.
      DOI: http://doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-9752.2008.00633.x

    • Oancea, AE (2008) “The promise of lifelong learning”, Ageing Horizons. 8 1-3.

    • Oancea, A (2007) “From Procrustes to Proteus: Trends and practices in the assessment of education research”, International Journal of Research and Method in Education. 30(3) 243-269.
      DOI: http://doi.org/10.1080/17437270701614766

    • Oancea, A, Furlong, J (2007) “Expressions of excellence and the assessment of applied and practice-based research”, Research Papers in Education. 22(2) 119-137.
      DOI: http://doi.org/10.1080/02671520701296056

    • Furlong, J, Oancea, A (2007) “Assessing quality in applied and practice‐based research in education: continuing the debate”, Research Papers in Education. 22(2) 115-118.
      DOI: http://doi.org/10.1080/02671520701296015

    • Oancea, AE (2007) “Tailored suit or straitjacket? A framework for analysing research evaluation”, Scientific Bulletin. (July)

    • Furlong, J, Oancea, A (2006) “Assessing Quality in Applied and Practice-Based Research in Education: a framework for discussion”, Review of Australian Research in Education (RARE). No 6: Counterpoints on the Quality and Impact of Educational Research 89-104.

    • Oancea, A (2005) “Criticisms of educational research: key topics and levels of analysis”, BRITISH EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH JOURNAL. 31(2) 157-183.
      DOI: http://doi.org/10.1080/0141192052000340198

    • Oancea, A (2004) “Discourse in educational and social research”, BRITISH EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH JOURNAL. 30(5) 747-748.

  • Reports

    • Oancea, AE, Mills, D (2014) Educational Research. Final report of the BERA Observatory 2014.. London: British Educational Research Association.

    • Oancea, AE, Florez-Petour, M, Atkinson, J (2014) The Cultural Value of Arts and Humanities Research: A Configurative Approach. Arts and Humanities Research Council.

    • Winch, C, Oancea, AE, Orchard, J (2013) The Contribution of Educational Research to Teachers’ Professional Learning – Philosophical Understandings. London: BERA.

    • Whitty, G, Donoghue, M, Christie, D, Kirk, G, Menter, I, McNamara, O, Moss, G, Oancea, AE, Rogers, C, Thomson, P (2012) Prospects for the Future of Educational Research. London: BERA/ UCET.

    • Oancea, AE (2011) Interpretations and Practices of Research Impact across the Range of Disciplines. Final Report. Oxford University.

    • Oancea, AE (2010) “Research assessment in the United Kingdom: Issues of concern”, In: World social science report: Knowledge divides. Paris: UNESCO.

    • Oancea, AE (2010) The Accumulation, Mediation and Impact of Education Research. Report of the Third Meeting of the UK's Strategic Forum for Research in Education, 17th and 18th March, Edinburgh. London: SFRE.

    • Oancea, AE (2008) Key Issues in Research Quality. Report to the UK Strategic Forum for Research in Education.

    • Oancea, AE, Hayward, G, Hodgson, A, Johnson, J, Keep, E, Pring, R, Rees, G, Spours, K, Wilde, S (2006) Nuffield Review of 14-19 Education and Training Report 2005-2006.

    • Oancea, AE, Furlong, J (2005) “Assessing Quality in Applied and Practice-based Educational Research: A Framework for Discussion.”, In: Report to the Economic and Social Research Council.

    • Oancea, AE, Hayward, G, Hodgson, A, Johnson, J, Keep, E, Pring, R, Spours, K, Wilde, S, Wright, S (2005) Nuffield Review of 14-19 Education and Training Report 2004-2005.

    • Oancea, AE (2005) 15 Years On: Educational Transitions in Central and Eastern Europe. Directions for Educational Research and Policy in the Post-Communist EU Accession and Candidate Countries. Scientific Report to the European Science Foundation.

    • Oancea, AE, Wright, S (2004) Policies for 14-19 Education and Training in England, 1976 to the Present Day: A chronology. Briefing paper for the Nuffield Review of 14-19 Education and Training.

    • Oancea, AE (2004) Evidence of the Distribution of Educational Research Expertise in the UK. Report to the British Educational Research Association, February 2004.

    • Oancea, AE, Hayward, G, Hodgson, A, Johnson, J, Keep, E, Pring, R, Spours, K, Wright, S (2004) Nuffield Review of 14-19 Education and Training Report 2003-2004.

  • Other

    • Oancea, AE (2016) “Challenging the grudging consensus behind the REF”, Times Higher Education Supplement online.

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