From science to politics: commissioned reports and their political translation into White Papers

@article{SteinerKhamsi2020FromST,
  title={From science to politics: commissioned reports and their political translation into White Papers},
  author={Gita Steiner-Khamsi and Berit Karseth and Chanwoong Baek},
  journal={Journal of Education Policy},
  year={2020},
  volume={35},
  pages={119 - 144}
}
ABSTRACT The study presents a bibliometric network analysis of the two most recent schools reforms in Norway. Two research questions have been pursued: First, do the government-appointed expert commission use (in Green Papers) the same type of knowledge as ‘evidence’ for their reviews and recommendations as the Ministry of Education and Research (as reflected in the White Papers)? How has the use of ‘evidence’ changed over the two reform periods? Second, which body of knowledge amassed by the… Expand

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