March 2021

Policy 2.0 in the Pandemic World

”More than ever, policymakers need to lead, not simply to rely on trusted advisors: they should be informed and capable of managing different tools and different expertise,” writes David Osimo, director of research at the Lisbon Council, in a new blog post on The Forum. Entitled Policy 2.0 in the Pandemic World: What Worked, What Didn’t and Why, the latest post looks at how governments have used new policymaking tools such as policy modeling, open government data, visual analytics and much more during the first year of the pandemic and evaluates their performance.

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