Foresight tools for participative policy-making in inter-governmental processes in developing countries: Lessons learned from the eLAC Policy Priorities Delphi

  title={Foresight tools for participative policy-making in inter-governmental processes in developing countries: Lessons learned from the eLAC Policy Priorities Delphi},
  author={Martin Hilbert and Ian Miles and Julia Othmer},
  journal={Technological Forecasting and Social Change},

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