Expert-Based Information and Policy Subsystems : A Review and Synthesis

@inproceedings{Weible2008ExpertBasedIA,
  title={Expert-Based Information and Policy Subsystems : A Review and Synthesis},
  author={Christopher M. Weible},
  year={2008}
}
This article reviews and synthesizes the uses of expert-based information in policy subsystems. The review begins by summarizing the different uses of information in the multiple streams theory, the punctuated equilibrium theory, the social construction theory, and the advocacy coalition framework. Three uses of expert-based information are identified as instrumental, learning, and political. The three uses of expert-based information are then compared across unitary, collaborative, and… CONTINUE READING

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