Producing policy-relevant research is difficult, and ensuring that it adheres to the high standards of academic quality and excellence may seem impossible. The good news? It doesn’t have to be. This session workshopped best practices for introducing peer review, policy editing, and other steps that can be taken to improve research quality without breaking the research budget.
Koopman and Hansen Participate in Workshop: Best Practices in Policy Research
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