David Budtz Pedersen publishes new paper "Political Epistemology of Science-Based Policy-Making"
Improving the use and impact of science-based policies and practices at the national and transnational level is important for enhancing the quality and legitimacy of democratic governance systems. The purpose of this paper is to provide an overview of the major drivers behind strengthening the creation, application and mediation of scientific expertise for policy-making.
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David Budtz Pedersen is Co-Director for the Humanomics Research Centre, Faculty of Humanities.