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policy-maker

[ˈpɒlɪsɪˌmeɪkəʳ] Ndiseñador(a) m/f de políticas
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Policy-maker recommendations regarding strategies for facilitating the uptake of research into policy included improving the technical capacity of policy-makers, better packaging of research results, use of social networks, and establishment of fora and clearinghouse functions to help assist in evidence-based policy-making.
We show how to compute forecasts conditioned on policy-maker judgement that are the most likely conditional forecasts from the perspective of the DSGE model, thereby maximising the influence of the model structure on the forecasts.
She identifies six hazards that undermine policies, these are; the politician hazard, the policy-maker hazard, the administrator hazard, the target-group hazard, the evaluator hazard, and the public hazard.
IN A PAPER published six years ago in this journal, Andersen and Risager (1991) analyse policy-maker reputation in a model of incomplete information.
A coalition policy-maker was quoted as telling Takenaka and others at the meeting, ''The roles of government-backed lending institutions are important'' in cushioning the impact of private lenders' reluctance to lend to small companies.
These will be some of the issues tackled and addressed by industry, military and policy-maker leaders in the first Alaska Clean Energy Symposium, set for May 25-27 in Anchorage, Alaska.
That is why Ericsson has commissioned Transforming to a Networked Society, a guide for policy-makers and other stakeholders using ICT for transformative and sustainable development.
The purpose of this one-day workshop was to bring together academics and policy-makers in Tunisia and establish the research and policy priorities on employment for the country.
From its publications, such as Facts and Myths, and Near East Report, which are regularly fed to influential policy-makers, to its mobilization of the Jewish American voter at election time, to its saturation campaigns targeting legislators via letter, telephone and fax machine, AIPAC stands out among the rest of the lobbies as the most effective special interest groups around.
York University and the University of Victoria have formed a partnership to transfer university research in the social sciences and humanities to policy-makers across Canada and to ensure that this research helps inform their decision-making.
Or do we want to help policy-makers do a better job of making ethically sound policy?
The papers address economic issues from a non-technical viewpoint readily understandable by lawyers and policy-makers, OUP said.

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