Chapter 11 The Challenges Facing Evidence-Based Policy Making in Canadian Agriculture

@inproceedings{Rajsic2018Chapter1T,
  title={Chapter 11 The Challenges Facing Evidence-Based Policy Making in Canadian Agriculture},
  author={Predrag Rajsic and G. Fox},
  year={2018}
}
Abstract Several governments in Canada have made commitments to adopting evidence-based policy development. Several obstacles to the adoption of this approach have been identified in the policy literature. However, this literature has lacked an economic perspective. This is unfortunate, since economics has produced the most fully developed normative theory of government policy in the social sciences and humanities. The main elements of this theory are the theory of market failure and the… Expand

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