Research Administration as a Profession (RAAAP) Outputs
Research Administration as a Profession (RAAAP) is an international survey which seeks to identify the key skills, attitudes and behaviours of successful research management and administration (RMA) leaders.
The survey findings and outputs are listed below. Visit the main RAAAP webpage, for further information on the survey.
For a general overview of the findings from the 2016 survey, view the:
Papers and Blogs
- Kerridge, Simon and Scott, Stephanie F. (2018). Research Administration around the World. Research Management Review, 23 (1). pp. 1-34.
- 2018: Research Administration as a Profession: a longitudinal survey
- 2017: Research Administration as a Profession (RAAAP) – a snapshot of research administrators and their skills from around the world.
- 2016: RAAAP: research administration as a profession
2016 RAAAP Dataset
Outline of contents
|Main||The non-text (coded) questionnaire responses|
|Career||Mainly text responses on why people became and remained as RMAs|
|AnyComments||Free text comments about the questionnaire|
|AnyIssues||Free text issues / problems with the questionnaire|
|CurrentlEmployment||Free text about the current employment situation|
|CurrentRoleLevel||Free text about the seniority of the current employment|
|Employer||Free text about the current employer|
|EmploymentHistory||Free text about the employment history|
|HighestQualArea||Free text about the subject area of highest academic qualification|
|InstitutionCharacter||Free text about whether the employer is, e.g. public or private|
|InstitutionType||Free text about whether the employer is, e.g. research intensive|
|NumOtherDetails||Free text about other type of previous employment|
|OrgDeptDetails||Free text about the position within the organisational structure|
|ProfDevDetails||Free text about other sorts of professional development undertaken|
|ProfQualDetails||Free text about other sorts of professional qualifications undertaken|