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1. Citation: Meagher, L., Lyall, C., & Nutley, S. (2008). Flows of knowledge, expertise and influence: a method for assessing policy and practice impacts from social science research. Research Evaluation, 17(3), 163-173. doi: 10.3152/095820208X331720
Title: Flows of knowledge, expertise and influence: a method for assessing policy and practice impacts from social science research
Author(s): Meagher, L.
Lyall, C.
Nutley, S.
Year: 2008
Journal/Publication: Research Evaluation
Abstract: This paper addresses the UK's Economic and Social Research Council's (ESRC) efforts to develop new approaches to assessing policy and practice impacts of research. For the purpose of analysis in this paper, 'Instrumental use or impact' as well as 'conceptual use or impact' are separately defined and utilized to examine outcomes. Several methods were included in a conceptual analysis framework, including surveys, semi-structured interviews, case studies, and focus groups.
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http://rev.oxfordjournals.org/content/17/3/163.abstract

Type of Item: Evaluation Instrument
Type of KT Strategy: Case Study
Informal Interviews
Survey
Target Group: Policymaker/Legislator
Research Funders
Researchers
Evidence Level: 2
Record Updated:2014-08-25
 

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