Communicating Social Science Research to Policy Makers
SAGE Publications, Nov 12, 1998 - Political Science - 159 pages
This practical guide for doing policy analysis is written for academics who want to get their research to the attention of decision-makers in the public sector, or who want to train their students in the skills necessary to undertake policy-relevant research.
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