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Role of Evidence Based Research in the Policy Making Process: the case of Bolivia

  • Natalia Peres


    (Fundación ARU)

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    This paper attempts to understand the policy making process in Bolivia. At first in relation to its dynamic, i.e. regarding its constituent stages, the stakeholders, the role of context and the level of institutionalization. Secondly, it is to see what role plays Evidence Based Research in this process, regarding the practice of using it, the stakeholders' capabilities of using it, the demand and supply of evidence and finally its quality.

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    Paper provided by Fundación Aru in its series Working Papers with number 04/2012.

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    Length: 44 pages
    Date of creation: Apr 2012
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    Handle: RePEc:aru:wpaper:201204
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