Should architecture schools care about league tables?

Academic research league tables have been criticised as a lottery.

Yes, says Westminster University’s Murray Fraser, they help raise the bar all round; no, says Lincoln School of Architecture’s Nicholas Temple, they are convenient but give too narrow a view

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