5 edition of GIS and evidence-based policy making found in the catalog.
GIS and evidence-based policy making
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editors Stephen Wise and Max Craglia.|
|Series||Innovation in GIS|
|Contributions||Wise, Stephen., Craglia, Massimo.|
|LC Classifications||G70.212 .W57 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007029937|
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Evidence-Based Policymaking in Practice In practice, policymakers frequently assume when something has been found effective in one setting, the same results can be repeated elsewhere. Evidence Based Policy:Whence it Came and Where it’s Going The ascendancy of evidence There was a time when ‘evidence’ was what detectives looked for in making up their minds. As Sherlock Holmes said, ‘It is a capital mistake to theorise before you have all the evidence. It biases the judgement1.’ But nowadays, seemingly, ‘evidence Cited by:
Although much has been written on evidence-based policy making, this is the first volume to address the potential of GIS in this arena. GIS and Evidence-Based Policy Making covers the development of new methodological approaches, emphasizing the identification of spatial patterns in social phenomena. It examines organizational issues, including the. Policymakers such as English healthcare commissioners are encouraged to adopt ‘evidence-based policy-making’, with ‘evidence’ defined by researchers as academic research. To learn how academic research can influence policy, researchers need to know more about commissioning, commissioners’ information seeking behaviour and the role of research in their by:
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Book Description. Although much has been written on evidence-based policy making, this is the first volume to address the potential of GIS in this arena. GIS and Evidence-Based Policy Making covers the development of new methodological approaches, emphasizing the identification of spatial patterns in social phenomena.
Although much has been written on evidence-based policy making, this is the first volume to address the potential of GIS in this arena.
GIS and Evidence-Based Policy Making covers the development of new methodological approaches, emphasizing the identification of spatial patterns in social phenomena. Although much has been written on evidence-based policy making, this is the first volume to address the potential of GIS in this arena.
GIS and Evidence-Based Policy Making covers the development of new methodological approaches, emphasizing the identification of spatial patterns in social : Hardcover. Get this from a library. GIS and evidence-based policy making. [Stephen Wise; Massimo Craglia;] -- With the application of GIS methodologies to spatial data, researchers can now identify patterns of occurrence for many social problems including health-issues and crime.
Furthermore, since this type. The term ‘evidence-based policy making’ has been most recently popularised by the Blair Government, which was elected on a platform of ‘what matters is what a good time to initiate an evidence-based approach to public policy, especially after a decade or more of a previous one’s rule.
I think that resonates too with the take-up. Evidence-based policy (EBP) is a term often applied in multiple fields of public policy to refer to situations whereby policy decisions are informed by rigorously established objective ying many of the calls for evidence-based policy is often a (stated or unstated) concern with fidelity to scientific good practice, reflecting the belief that social goals are best served when.
The politics of evidence-based policymaking This article is more than 4 years old When presenting evidence to policymakers, scientists and other experts need to Author: Paul Cairney.
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Evidence Based Policy making is itself an example of a good evidence based study targeting its audience perfectly.
The conclusions on using research to understand making research more effective and preparing researchers are worth the price of the book, but they are just the icing on a multilayered cake to savor from a recipe worth taking to by: 8. Researchers will be able to critically assess decennial census and the American Community Survey data, which can be the starting point for spatial analysis for realistic policy planning and decision making.
The book shows that evidence-based policy is effective only. Although much has been written on evidence-based policy making, this is the first volume to address the potential of GIS in this arena.
GIS and Evidence-Based Policy Making covers the development of new methodological approaches, emphasizing the identification of spatial patterns in social phenomena. It examines organizational issues, including. can enable the appropriate use of evidence in decision making. This book will be a pretty essential read for anyone concerned with the policy, practice or study of using research to inform decision making.’ – David Gough, Professor of Evidence Informed Policy and Practice, Director of the EPPI-Centre, University College London, UKFile Size: 2MB.
"Policy-based evidence making" is a pejorative term which refers to the commissioning of research in order to support a policy which has already been decided upon.
The name has been suggested as the converse of evidence-based policy making. As the name suggests, policy-based evidence making means working back from a predefined policy to produce underpinning evidence.
Evidence-based policy, public policies, programs, and practices that are grounded in empirical movement for evidence-based policy is an outgrowth of a movement in the United Kingdom in the s calling for “evidence-based medicine,” which argued that only those treatment modalities (such as drugs) that are grounded in laboratory (experimental) evidence should be used.
GIS health applications in Ghana are few, with little or perhaps no effects on policy and decision making. In the Ghana National Health Policy document 17 there is no mention of the role of spatial information in health improvement programs or performance management. However, the importance of Health Information Systems (HIS) is clearly by: 6.
The problem with evidence-based education policy: the evidence His latest book is have been skeptical of the popular idea that evidence-based policy-making and. In this important new book, Ray Pawson examines the recent spread of evidence-based policy making across the Western world.
Few major public initiatives are mounted these days in the absence of a sustained attempt to evaluate them. Programmes are tried, tried and tried again and researched, researched and researched again. A simple prescription would be to review the scientific evidence of what would make a difference, formulate policies, and implement them—evidence based policy making.
Unfortunately this simple prescription, applied to real life, is simplistic. The relation between science and policy is Cited by: Evidence-based policymaking uses the best available research and information on program results to guide decisions at all stages of the policy process and in each branch of government.
It. "Evidence-based policymaking" is the latest trend in expert government. The appeal is obvious: Who, after all, could be against evidence?
Most EBP initiatives seem eminently sensible, testing a plausible policy under conditions that should provide meaningful information about its effectiveness.Evidence-based decision-making is centred on the justification of decisions.
In the shift from an individual-clinical to a population-policy level, the decision-making context becomes more.Keywords: evidence-based policy making, evidence-based medicine, evidence and policy, bounded rationality, policy-maker psychology, technocratic policy making, policy networks, institutions, ideas Introduction Everyone likes evidence-based policy making (EBPM) until they consider the Size: KB.