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Corina Balaban reviews a new book that helps early-career researchers navigate the impact agenda

A book about early career researchers and impact could easily have gone wrong. It might have been too uncritical of the impact agenda and therefore prescriptive. Or it might have adopted a defeated tone in observing how unsupportive the academic environment is for ECRs. 

Happily, Research Impact and the Early Career Researcher avoids both these pitfalls, taking a critical approach while remaining positive and constructive. 

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