Blog post: Laura Meagher and David Edwards write for Integration and Implementation Insights about an evaluation framework they have developed and tested in the UK which addresses a number or common and reasonable questions about what impact actually is, whether it is meaningful, and how to proceed in the future. click here to read
Subho Banerjee, Research Program Director, ANZSOG Successful collaboration between practitioners and academics can play a critical role in strengthening the evidence base for public policy decision-making. Yet it remains a rarity to see it done in a manner which is genuinely satisfying for both sides, and which generates real impact in the public policy process. … Continue reading What is the question, exactly?
Blog Post: In this post for Integration and Implementation Insights, Louise Shaxon considers how getting the research culture right can foster different and sometimes unexpected types of impact. These issues emerged from review of a number of case studies exploring the interaction between researchers and policymakers with the aim of finding a relationship between specific … Continue reading Building a research impact culture
Blog post: Jo Luetjens, Michael Mintrom and Paul ’t Hart explore patterns of successful policy craftwork arising from a number of case studies in this post for Integration and Implementation Insights. click here to read the post
Blog post Louise Shaxson writes for the London School of Economics and Political Science that developing a culture of engagement and collaboration is just as important to achieving research impact as following best practice, and presents five principles that underpin an effective research impact culture. click here to read article
Journal article The extensive literature on research co-creation is mostly based on problems being treated as clearly defined and solvable. Gabriele Bammer explores the impact on co-creation when problems are complex. click here to read