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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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reading about the financial crisis

If you’re interested in “how the world works” you’ll read about the financial crisis. I do. And if you’re like me that’s tricky business because as non-economists we rely on others for the facts. So coming across Andrew Lo‘s Reading … Continue reading

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