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Relationship Between Researchers and Policy Makers

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The relationship between researchers and policy makers: What ties them together? What are bridges/barriers? What are useful criteria to use when evaluating policy recommendations?

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The binding factors between policy, research and issues such as analytical issues are discussed.

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Yudo Anggoro of University of North Carolina at Charlotte says the fields of political science, public administration, law, and economics aim to make policy cannot be separated from rational, analytical, and scientific method; and ignoring the reasoning and ...

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