ANASE: Lessons from 'Unreliable Findings'

Show simple item record Brooker, Peter 2008-04-23T11:28:11Z 2008-04-23T11:28:11Z 2008
dc.identifier.citation Peter Brooker, ANASE: Lessons from 'Unreliable Findings' Proceedings of the Institute of Acoustics Spring Conference, 10-11 April 2008, Widening Horizons in Acoustic Research. Vol. 30. Pt.2. en_UK
dc.description.abstract In late 2007, the ANASE (Attitudes to Noise from Aviation Sources in England) report was published. It claimed that people are increasingly annoyed by aircraft noise, and it estimated how much they would be willing to pay to get rid of it. But its quantitative ‘findings were rejected as unreliable by the Department for Transport’ (BBC website). The project’s managers were warned in its early stages that the work would fail to deliver good value for money and not meet accepted technical/statistical standards. How and why did it fail? What were the methodological and project management failings? What are the lessons for acoustics professionals? en_UK
dc.description.sponsorship Institute of Acoustics en_UK
dc.language.iso en en_UK
dc.title ANASE: Lessons from 'Unreliable Findings' en_UK
dc.type Conference paper en_UK

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