All posts tagged “demand for evidence

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The ‘demand’ side of evidence-based policy making: why and how. Two great days of discussion and sharing in London

Originally posted on Evidence in Action | Results for All:
By Arnaldo Pellini Lead – K2P Learning at the Knowledge Sector Initiative and Research Fellow at the Overseas Development Institute This blog originally appeared on the Knowledge Sector Initiative webpage.           Views expressed are…

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Data innovation as a new source of evidence for policy making: interview with Prof. Miriam Lips

Kenneth Benoit and Kenneth Cukier during a public lecture at the London School of Economics in February 2015 have mentioned that ‘the ubiquity of big data has the potential to transform the way we approach social science.’ In other words, the data revolution is challenging… Read More

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Policy makers meet policy researchers in Jakarta

The Nulistik Forum has been established about a year ago and is moderated by the Tempo institute in Jakarta. Every two months the members of the Forum (policy researchers, representatives from media, the private sector and government) come together to discuss discussion issues related to journalism, policy research, and policy making. The aim of the Forum if… Read More

Books. Photo: Arnaldo Pellini
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Policy researchers have to be out there

The Knowledge Sector Initiative in Indonesia we have started a Knowledge Sector Interview series. Through this series the Knowledge Sector Initiative is meeting policy makers, policy researchers, intellectuals, and development practitioners to ask them about their perspectives and personal experiences with knowledge-to-policy processes and evidence-informed policy-making in… Read More