||Thomas, M., & Buckmaster, L. (2013). Expertise and public policy: a conceptual guide. Department of Parliamentary Services, 1-47.
||Expertise and public policy: a conceptual guide
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||This 47 page paper, developed by the Department of Parliamentary Services of Australia, covers a range of issues regarding expertise and public policy. One purpose of this analysis is to help policymakers determine what constitutes an expert. The introduction covers the increasing reliance of both the general public and policy makers on the intuition and advice provided by experts. These concepts are explained more in depth by examination of the definition of an expert, specialized knowledge, credibility, and other variables.
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