This article was published in partnership with INGSA as part of the INGSA-LAC 2020/21 Science Advice Essay Competition. The Fundación Pensar in...read more ›
Many development scholars feel that development research does not make its way into policy as much as it should, while many policy-makers feel that research is largely irrelevant to the problems that they have to address. Can this dissonance be reduced – and if so, how? This blog series presents the point of view of the users, rather than the creators, of social science research.