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A collaboratively derived international research agenda on legislative science advice

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A collaboratively derived international research agenda on legislative science advice. / Akerlof, Karen; Tyler, Chris; Foxen, Sarah Elizabeth; Heath, Erin; Gual Soler, Marga; Allegra, Alessandro; Cloyd, Emily T.; Hird, John A.; Nelson, Selena M.; Nguyen, Christina T.; Gonnella, Cameryn J.; Berigan, Liam A.; Abeledo, Carlos R.; Al-Yakoub, Tamara Adel; Andoh, Harris Francis; dos Santos Boeira, Laura; van Boheemen, Pieter; Cairney, Paul; Cook-Deegan, Robert; Costigan, Gavin; Dhimal, Meghnath; Di Marco, Martín Hernán; Dube, Donatus; Egbetokun, Abiodun; El Kharraz, Jauad; Galindo, Liliana Estrada; Ferguson, Mark W. J.; Franco, José; Graves, Zach; Hayter, Emily; Hernández-Mondragón, Alma Cristal; Hobbs, Abbi D.; Holden, Kerry L.; IJsselmuiden, Carel; Jegede, Ayodele Samuel; Krstic, Snezana B.; Mbonyintwali, Jean-Marie; Mengesha, Sisay Derso; Michalek, Tomas; Nagano, Hiroshi; Nentwich, Michael; Nouri, Ali; Ntale, Peter Dithan; Ogundele, Olusegun M.; Omenma, Jude Tochukwu; Pau, Louis-François; Peha, Jon M.; Prescott, Elizabeth M.; Ramos-Vielba, Irene; Roberts, Raimundo.

In: Palgrave Communications, Vol. 5, No. 1, 108, 2019.

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Akerlof, K, Tyler, C, Foxen, SE, Heath, E, Gual Soler, M, Allegra, A, Cloyd, ET, Hird, JA, Nelson, SM, Nguyen, CT, Gonnella, CJ, Berigan, LA, Abeledo, CR, Al-Yakoub, TA, Andoh, HF, dos Santos Boeira, L, van Boheemen, P, Cairney, P, Cook-Deegan, R, Costigan, G, Dhimal, M, Di Marco, MH, Dube, D, Egbetokun, A, El Kharraz, J, Galindo, LE, Ferguson, MWJ, Franco, J, Graves, Z, Hayter, E, Hernández-Mondragón, AC, Hobbs, AD, Holden, KL, IJsselmuiden, C, Jegede, AS, Krstic, SB, Mbonyintwali, J-M, Mengesha, SD, Michalek, T, Nagano, H, Nentwich, M, Nouri, A, Ntale, PD, Ogundele, OM, Omenma, JT, Pau, L-F, Peha, JM, Prescott, EM, Ramos-Vielba, I & Roberts, R 2019, 'A collaboratively derived international research agenda on legislative science advice', Palgrave Communications, vol. 5, no. 1, 108. https://doi.org/10.1057/s41599-019-0318-6

APA

Akerlof, K., Tyler, C., Foxen, S. E., Heath, E., Gual Soler, M., Allegra, A., Cloyd, E. T., Hird, J. A., Nelson, S. M., Nguyen, C. T., Gonnella, C. J., Berigan, L. A., Abeledo, C. R., Al-Yakoub, T. A., Andoh, H. F., dos Santos Boeira, L., van Boheemen, P., Cairney, P., Cook-Deegan, R., ... Roberts, R. (2019). A collaboratively derived international research agenda on legislative science advice. Palgrave Communications, 5(1), [108]. https://doi.org/10.1057/s41599-019-0318-6

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Akerlof K, Tyler C, Foxen SE, Heath E, Gual Soler M, Allegra A, Cloyd ET, Hird JA, Nelson SM, Nguyen CT, Gonnella CJ, Berigan LA, Abeledo CR, Al-Yakoub TA, Andoh HF, dos Santos Boeira L, van Boheemen P, Cairney P, Cook-Deegan R, Costigan G, Dhimal M, Di Marco MH, Dube D, Egbetokun A, El Kharraz J, Galindo LE, Ferguson MWJ, Franco J, Graves Z, Hayter E, Hernández-Mondragón AC, Hobbs AD, Holden KL, IJsselmuiden C, Jegede AS, Krstic SB, Mbonyintwali J-M, Mengesha SD, Michalek T, Nagano H, Nentwich M, Nouri A, Ntale PD, Ogundele OM, Omenma JT, Pau L-F, Peha JM, Prescott EM, Ramos-Vielba I, Roberts R. 2019. A collaboratively derived international research agenda on legislative science advice. Palgrave Communications. 5(1):Article 108. https://doi.org/10.1057/s41599-019-0318-6

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Akerlof K, Tyler C, Foxen SE, Heath E, Gual Soler M, Allegra A et al. A collaboratively derived international research agenda on legislative science advice. Palgrave Communications. 2019;5(1). 108. https://doi.org/10.1057/s41599-019-0318-6

Author

Akerlof, Karen ; Tyler, Chris ; Foxen, Sarah Elizabeth ; Heath, Erin ; Gual Soler, Marga ; Allegra, Alessandro ; Cloyd, Emily T. ; Hird, John A. ; Nelson, Selena M. ; Nguyen, Christina T. ; Gonnella, Cameryn J. ; Berigan, Liam A. ; Abeledo, Carlos R. ; Al-Yakoub, Tamara Adel ; Andoh, Harris Francis ; dos Santos Boeira, Laura ; van Boheemen, Pieter ; Cairney, Paul ; Cook-Deegan, Robert ; Costigan, Gavin ; Dhimal, Meghnath ; Di Marco, Martín Hernán ; Dube, Donatus ; Egbetokun, Abiodun ; El Kharraz, Jauad ; Galindo, Liliana Estrada ; Ferguson, Mark W. J. ; Franco, José ; Graves, Zach ; Hayter, Emily ; Hernández-Mondragón, Alma Cristal ; Hobbs, Abbi D. ; Holden, Kerry L. ; IJsselmuiden, Carel ; Jegede, Ayodele Samuel ; Krstic, Snezana B. ; Mbonyintwali, Jean-Marie ; Mengesha, Sisay Derso ; Michalek, Tomas ; Nagano, Hiroshi ; Nentwich, Michael ; Nouri, Ali ; Ntale, Peter Dithan ; Ogundele, Olusegun M. ; Omenma, Jude Tochukwu ; Pau, Louis-François ; Peha, Jon M. ; Prescott, Elizabeth M. ; Ramos-Vielba, Irene ; Roberts, Raimundo. / A collaboratively derived international research agenda on legislative science advice. In: Palgrave Communications. 2019 ; Vol. 5, No. 1.

Bibtex

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abstract = "The quantity and complexity of scientific and technological information provided to policymakers have been on the rise for decades. Yet little is known about how to provide science advice to legislatures, even though scientific information is widely acknowledged as valuable for decision-making in many policy domains. We asked academics, science advisers, and policymakers from both developed and developing nations to identify, review and refine, and then rank the most pressing research questions on legislative science advice (LSA). Experts generally agree that the state of evidence is poor, especially regarding developing and lower-middle income countries. Many fundamental questions about science advice processes remain unanswered and are of great interest: whether legislative use of scientific evidence improves the implementation and outcome of social programs and policies; under what conditions legislators and staff seek out scientific information or use what is presented to them; and how different communication channels affect informational trust and use. Environment and health are the highest priority policy domains for the field. The context-specific nature of many of the submitted questions—whether to policy issues, institutions, or locations—suggests one of the significant challenges is aggregating generalizable evidence on LSA practices. Understanding these research needs represents a first step in advancing a global agenda for LSA research.",
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AU - Tyler, Chris

AU - Foxen, Sarah Elizabeth

AU - Heath, Erin

AU - Gual Soler, Marga

AU - Allegra, Alessandro

AU - Cloyd, Emily T.

AU - Hird, John A.

AU - Nelson, Selena M.

AU - Nguyen, Christina T.

AU - Gonnella, Cameryn J.

AU - Berigan, Liam A.

AU - Abeledo, Carlos R.

AU - Al-Yakoub, Tamara Adel

AU - Andoh, Harris Francis

AU - dos Santos Boeira, Laura

AU - van Boheemen, Pieter

AU - Cairney, Paul

AU - Cook-Deegan, Robert

AU - Costigan, Gavin

AU - Dhimal, Meghnath

AU - Di Marco, Martín Hernán

AU - Dube, Donatus

AU - Egbetokun, Abiodun

AU - El Kharraz, Jauad

AU - Galindo, Liliana Estrada

AU - Ferguson, Mark W. J.

AU - Franco, José

AU - Graves, Zach

AU - Hayter, Emily

AU - Hernández-Mondragón, Alma Cristal

AU - Hobbs, Abbi D.

AU - Holden, Kerry L.

AU - IJsselmuiden, Carel

AU - Jegede, Ayodele Samuel

AU - Krstic, Snezana B.

AU - Mbonyintwali, Jean-Marie

AU - Mengesha, Sisay Derso

AU - Michalek, Tomas

AU - Nagano, Hiroshi

AU - Nentwich, Michael

AU - Nouri, Ali

AU - Ntale, Peter Dithan

AU - Ogundele, Olusegun M.

AU - Omenma, Jude Tochukwu

AU - Pau, Louis-François

AU - Peha, Jon M.

AU - Prescott, Elizabeth M.

AU - Ramos-Vielba, Irene

AU - Roberts, Raimundo

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N2 - The quantity and complexity of scientific and technological information provided to policymakers have been on the rise for decades. Yet little is known about how to provide science advice to legislatures, even though scientific information is widely acknowledged as valuable for decision-making in many policy domains. We asked academics, science advisers, and policymakers from both developed and developing nations to identify, review and refine, and then rank the most pressing research questions on legislative science advice (LSA). Experts generally agree that the state of evidence is poor, especially regarding developing and lower-middle income countries. Many fundamental questions about science advice processes remain unanswered and are of great interest: whether legislative use of scientific evidence improves the implementation and outcome of social programs and policies; under what conditions legislators and staff seek out scientific information or use what is presented to them; and how different communication channels affect informational trust and use. Environment and health are the highest priority policy domains for the field. The context-specific nature of many of the submitted questions—whether to policy issues, institutions, or locations—suggests one of the significant challenges is aggregating generalizable evidence on LSA practices. Understanding these research needs represents a first step in advancing a global agenda for LSA research.

AB - The quantity and complexity of scientific and technological information provided to policymakers have been on the rise for decades. Yet little is known about how to provide science advice to legislatures, even though scientific information is widely acknowledged as valuable for decision-making in many policy domains. We asked academics, science advisers, and policymakers from both developed and developing nations to identify, review and refine, and then rank the most pressing research questions on legislative science advice (LSA). Experts generally agree that the state of evidence is poor, especially regarding developing and lower-middle income countries. Many fundamental questions about science advice processes remain unanswered and are of great interest: whether legislative use of scientific evidence improves the implementation and outcome of social programs and policies; under what conditions legislators and staff seek out scientific information or use what is presented to them; and how different communication channels affect informational trust and use. Environment and health are the highest priority policy domains for the field. The context-specific nature of many of the submitted questions—whether to policy issues, institutions, or locations—suggests one of the significant challenges is aggregating generalizable evidence on LSA practices. Understanding these research needs represents a first step in advancing a global agenda for LSA research.

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VL - 5

JO - Palgrave Communications

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