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the research-policy interface: context

My previous post on the research policy interface described a case study of a particular Dutch policy arena and the way this resulted in an understanding of the Dutch welfare state as including experts and research as lubricants of the system, something I … Continue reading

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the research-policy interface: a case study

While Building Bridges allowed me a helicopter view of the research-policy interface, my subsequent involvement with a case study on the influence of research on policy changes in the Dutch disability insurance act (WAO) allowed me to look at the … Continue reading

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the research-policy interface: a helicopter view

Some of my fancies go way back. One of them is an interest in the way social science research and policy interact. In the late 90s, as the coordinator of the European secretariat of Metropolis International (a forum for bridging … Continue reading

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