Evidence-based policy making
Evidence-based policy making: good practice, bad practice by Professor Paul Cairney
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Paul Cairney is Professor of Politics and Public Policy, University of Stirling, UK (@Cairneypaul). His research interests are in comparative public policy. His research spans comparisons of policy theories (Understanding Public Policy, 2012), methods associated with key theories (Handbook of Complexity and Public Policy, 2015), international policy processes (Global Tobacco Control, 2012), and comparisons of UK and devolved policymaking. He uses these insights to explain the use of evidence in policy and policymaking, in The Politics of Evidence-Based Policy Making, 2016).