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THEORIZING


COLLECTING DATA


COMPARING


EDUCATION POLICIES


SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS


(MENTAL) HEALTH POLICIES


BELGIUM


FRANCE


GERMANY


HUNGARY


EDUCATION


NORWAY


PORTUGAL


ROMANIA


SCOTLAND


REPORTS


PAPERS


SPECIAL ISSUES


KNOWLEDGE AS A SOCIAL CONSTRUCT


THE TRANSFORMATIVE EFFECT OF KNOWLEDGE


KNOWLEDGE : A PRECONDITION FOR POLICY


KNOWLEDGE INSTEAD OF NORMS OR INCENTIVES


TRANSNATIONAL CHANGES / LOCAL SPECIFICITIES


THE STRENGTH OF COMPARISONS


KNOWLEDGE IS NOT A MIRROR OF REALITY


MORE KNOWLEDGE, MORE UNCERTAINTY


COMMUNITIES


POLICY


KNOWLEDGE


KNOWLEDGE-POLICY RELATIONS


PUBLIC ACTION


TRAVELLING POLICIES


PUBLIC DEBATES


EXPERIENCE-BASED KNOWLEDGE


EXPERT KNOWLEDGE


ACADEMIC KNOWLEDGE


STATE KNOWLEDGE


LEGAL KNOWLEDGE


MORAL KNOWLEDGE


KNOWLEDGE FOR POLICY


POST-BUREAUCRATIC KNOWLEDGE


FORMS OF KNOWLEDGE


KNOWLEDGE TRANSFERT AND TRANSFORMATION


COMPETING KNOWLEDGE


ARGUMENTATION


COGNITIVE FRAMEWORKS


KNOWLEDGE AND HISTORICITY


KNOWLEDGE AND GOVERNING


RESEARCHERS


POLITICAL ACTORS


INTEREST GROUPS


EXPERTS


USERS, LAY ACTORS


PROFESSIONALS


MEDIA


TRANSNATIONAL ACTORS


NEW ACTORS


GOVERNMENTS


DEMOCRATIC ASSEMBLIES


ADVISORY COMMITTEES


MEDIAS


SUPRANATIONAL


LOCAL


EVALUATION


TRAINING


TARGET


BEST PRACTICES



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