THE podcast: the data behind China’s research rise and global PhD trends

THE’s data editor discusses the figures behind our coverage of shifts in global research dominance and long-term decline in humanities PhD graduates 

April 5, 2019
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Times Higher Education’s data editor Simon Baker joins Sara Custer to discuss THE’s recent data-led stories: China’s ascent to a global research super power, the drop in humanities PhD graduates over decades and the recent deficits reported by a quarter of English universities. 

Read more:

Will China be the new centre of gravity in the world of research?
Is anti-humanities rhetoric to blame for slow PhD growth?
More than a quarter of UK HE institutions post deficits 


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