Policy makers are a common target audience for economics research. To get your research seen and understood by policy makers it's essential that you are first clear about what the key message of your research are for policy. Policy makers will be interested in things like how relevant your findings are to the specific situation that they face, whether your results depend crucially on some key assumptions and issues of practical concern. The more you think through these issues before you try to communicate your findings, the more impactful your communication will be.
Audience: Policy Makers
Advice from the Experts
Nobody Cares about your Title
Paul Krugman makes sure we don't get too big for our boots!
Take a tip from the Climate Scientists
Hear Ben Chu's advice for speaking to the media
Get your message across to Policy Makers
Fabrizio Ghisellini asks do economist have the right incentives to communicate?Read more