What types of research do policymakers need? What is the role of academia for government policy? What is an evidence-based research project and what are the most important skills for students entering the policy world? Watch our interview with Robert Sauder, Public Servant in Residence at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, to find the answers.

The Role of Government Research

Academia and Government Policy Making

Policy Making and Students of International Affairs

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