This book provides a power analysis perspective on the knowledge-policy process, illustrated with rich empirical examples from the field of international development, combined with practical guidance on the implications of such an approach.
As an 11-year-old boy, Alan Alda was mesmerized studying a candle flame. Finally, after hours of watching it flicker and dance, a question began to creep up from the back of his mind: What is this thing we call a flame?
\tWhen Alan Alda was 11 years old, he asked his teacher, "What is a flame?" Alda says his teacher answered: "oxidation" and left it at that. Six decades later, Alda was still wondering so he launched a contest.
On one side we have a long list of scientists who are known, and respected, by the wider public primarily because they have chosen to venture beyond the confines of the laboratory or the classroom into the realm of policy advocacy.
In 2008, the Global Science Forum undertook an activity on Improving the Dialogue with Society on Scientific Issues. Its final report concentrates on the process itself and provides practical recommendations ...
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