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Title: The use of indicators and evidence in governance and policy development of science, technology and innovation
Authors: Laranja, Manuel
Boavida, Nuno
Keywords: Indicators
Evidence based policy
Innovation policy
Issue Date: Jul-2012
Publisher: IET
Citation: Laranja, Manuel and Boavida, Nuno (2012), The use of indicators and evidence in governance and policy development of Science, Technology and Innovation, IET Working Papers Series, WPS07/2012, 8 pp.
Series/Report no.: IET Working Papers Series;WPS07/2012
Abstract: In this paper we reflect upon how policy-makers look for, interpret and use evidence for reflection and policy development. We propose an exploratory framework that sets out two of the elements necessary to a conceptualization of what may explain the way in which evidence and indicators are used in STI policy development: the type of evaluative approach and the styles of governance.
Description: This paper was first presented at the 2012 – EU SPRI Conference “Towards Transformative Governance? - Responses to mission-oriented innovation policy paradigms”, Fraunhofer ISI, June 2012, Karlsruhe
Peer Reviewed: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10362/8159
ISBN: 1646-8929
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