Policy

Biden Administration Releases ‘Blueprint’ For Using Social and Behavioral Science in Policy
News
May 17, 2024

Biden Administration Releases ‘Blueprint’ For Using Social and Behavioral Science in Policy

Read Now
Webinar – Navigating the Era of Artificial Intelligence: Achieving Human-AI Harmony
Event
May 14, 2024

Webinar – Navigating the Era of Artificial Intelligence: Achieving Human-AI Harmony

Read Now
Talk: The Evidence-to-Policy Pipeline
Event
May 9, 2024

Talk: The Evidence-to-Policy Pipeline

Read Now
Discussion: Promoting a Culture of Research Impact
Event
May 2, 2024

Discussion: Promoting a Culture of Research Impact

Read Now
New Tool Empowers Researchers to Uncover Their Policy Impact

New Tool Empowers Researchers to Uncover Their Policy Impact

Sage 309 Impact

Sage Policy Profiles lets researchers easily see specific citations of their work in policy documents and then illustrate and share that work’s impact graphically.

Read Now
Jonathan Breckon On Knowledge Brokerage and Influencing Policy

Jonathan Breckon On Knowledge Brokerage and Influencing Policy

Overton spoke with Jonathan Breckon to learn about knowledge brokerage, influencing policy and the potential for technology and data to streamline the research-policy interface.

Read Now
10 Tips for Pitching Your Research to Reach Policy Makers

10 Tips for Pitching Your Research to Reach Policy Makers

These 10 tips will help you build your brand and the reach of your scholarship, with the goal of finding your position within the wider context of your research area and leveraging change.

Read Now
Designing Research For Impact

Designing Research For Impact

Recent experiences have not been very positive. The vast majority of proposals seem to conflate impact with research dissemination (a heroic leap of faith – changing the world one seminar at a time), or to outsource impact to partners such as NGOs and thinktanks.

Read Now
Seeking Policy Impact? Cite Your Evidence

Seeking Policy Impact? Cite Your Evidence

When communicating with a policymaker, especially one with whom you disagree, you want to stop them from discounting your opinion. One way to do this is by citing quality evidence to support your position.

Read Now
As We Evolve Science Policy We Must Vigilantly Assess Its Changes

As We Evolve Science Policy We Must Vigilantly Assess Its Changes

Considering a series of proposed policy changes by the National Institutes of Health, Micah Altman and Philip N. Cohen, argue they highlight wider systematic gaps in the evaluation of operational science policies and signal an urgent need to increase funding for metascience.

Read Now
Technology Can Collect and Analyze Evidence for Policy

Technology Can Collect and Analyze Evidence for Policy

Creators and participants in the Evidence Synthesis Hackathon ask what’s the solution to coping with the increasing volume of evidence needed to build effective, solid policy? They argue that technology is the key. With accessible software tools and workflows, machines can be left to do the laborious work so that people can focus on planning, thinking and doing.

Read Now
UK HE: Markets Are Good for Everyone – Except Academics….

UK HE: Markets Are Good for Everyone – Except Academics….

So if markets are truly good for English higher education, as many seem to think, should we follow that train of thought to its logical conclusions?

Read Now

Subscribe to our mailing list

Get the latest news from the social and behavioral science community delivered straight to your inbox.