Lesson-drawing in Public Policy: A Guide to Learning Across Time and Space
Lesson-drawing in Public Policy introduces readers to a novel way of thinking about the familiar problems of public policy. It sets out the crucial questions that must be asked in order to draw logical and empirically sound conclusions from observing experiences in the past, or in other places.
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Learning from ExperienceConsciously and Unconsciously i
What Is Lessondrawing?
Searching for Lessons
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