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Think tanks and universities - Different, yet similar: The South Asian Context

While policymaking and knowledge generation vary across Pakistan, India, and Bangladesh, common factors including organisational flexibility, funding, and better research motivate universities and think tanks to collaborate. 1,324 more words

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Is there a systemic gender bias in knowledge production? A look at UK Universities and Think Tanks

Earlier in the series, Priyanthi Fernando discussed gendered forms of knowledge and how they affect the position of women and men in a knowledge organisation. She discussed her experience at CEPA and how the demographic of staff are predominantly women. 1,445 more words

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Más Saber América Latina: Promoting links between think tanks and universities

Despite representing 10% of the world’s population, research shows that Latin America produces less than 3% of the world’s scientific knowledge. Latin America is under-represented in the global knowledge ecosystem, and the region needs more inter and intra-regional collaboration. 1,171 more words

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Think Tanks and Universities: a whole greater than the sum of the parts?

Globally, both universities and think tanks provide policymakers, civil society organizations, the media, and other actors with the evidence they need. TTI commissioned  studies in Latin America, Africa, and South Asia to learn more about whether these institutions collaborate or compete, as well as where there might be complementarities. 1,034 more words

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