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Duncan Ross looks back at Times Higher Education’s predictions of how students could swing the general election
Duncan Ross on the correlation between country income and university performance
THE’s director of data and analytics Duncan Ross reflects on the work underpinning the 2016-2017 World University Rankings
As different regions have different approaches to higher education, it makes sense to allow flexibility in the rankings analysis, writes Duncan Ross
The active participation of universities is crucial to the accuracy and breadth of the information THE collects, writes Duncan Ross
What do the world’s six most reputed universities have in common? Duncan Ross looks at the figures
More data, more institutions and elimination of kilo-author papers: full control has enabled THE to make world rankings even better, writes Duncan Ross
The growth of the kilo-author paper recognises one form of excellence but challenges measurement, writes Duncan Ross