Policy learning to reduce inequalities

Policy ‘incoherence’ describes a lack of joined-up government that contributes to a confusing mix of policy instruments. How can we use policy theories to facilitate research-informed policy learning under these circumstances? Paul Cairney and Emily St Denny discuss.

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