Knowledge Brokering between Research and Government

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Invited plenary presentation at STEPPS Knowledge Brokering between Research and Government Seminar, 22 September 2021

The urgency to share well substantiated evidence on the effectiveness of policy interventions increases when policymakers worldwide share the same goals. The Covid 19 Crisis clearly created such an urgency; the underlying ambitions are more structural: Researchers, both from academia and from governmental research bodies, trying to improve policymaking with rigorous evidence. This panel will investigate how we can transfer and apply such evidence, developed in a research environment, into a policy environment.

Panel Members

David Budtz Pedersen Professor of Science Communication at Aalborg University and Knowledge broker for Algorithms, Data and Democracy (ADD), Denmark

Kathryn Newcomer Chair of STEPPS, Professor in the Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration at the George Washington University and board member of the Data foundation, USA

David Sweeney Executive Chair of Research England

Catherine Hutchinson Head of the Evaluation Task Force Cabinet Office, UK
Periode22 sep. 2021
BegivenhedstitelKnowledge Brokering between Research and Government
PlaceringHosted (online) from London, StorbritannienVis på kort
Grad af anerkendelseInternational