Peer Research in a Policy Context, commissioned by The Open University, is a companion piece to Peer Research in the UK

Using urban and youth policy case studies, this report focuses on peer research and co-production through citizen engagement as two approaches which highlight how such data has positively influenced policy outcomes. It also raises concerns about gaps in models and evidence that may hinder credibility.

Methods & Measurement Peer research

Posted on: 23 November 2020 Authors: Caroline Yang, Zoe Dibb,


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