49 minutes | May 22, 2020

Research, Policy, and Democracy in the Age of COVID-19

For this special collaborative episode recorded via Zoom on May 6, 2020, we partnered with the Democracy Works podcast to explore the dynamic and sometimes tense relationship between peer-reviewed scientific research and public policy decision-making. And we discuss how these tensions have been brought to the forefront by the coronavirus pandemic. Our discussion focuses on the work of our guest Taylor Scott, Associate Director of the Research-to-Policy Collaboration at Penn State and Primary Investigator on a Huck-funded research project titled "Rapid Translation of Research into Coronavirus Policy Response." We are also joined by Michael Berkman, Director of The McCourtney Institute for Democracy, and Jenna Spinelle, host of the Democracy Works podcast.Relevant Links:Rapid Translation of Research into Coronavirus Policy ResponseResearch-to-Policy CollaborationChild Maltreatment Solutions NetworkDemocracy Works Episode ft. Frances E. Lee: Does Congress Promote Partisan Gridlock?Guests:Taylor Scott – Associate Director, Research-to-Policy Collaboration; Research Assistant Professor, Edna Bennett Pierce Prevention Research CenterMichael Berkman – Director, McCourtney Institute for Democracy and Professor of Political ScienceJenna Spinelle – Communications Specialist, McCourtney Institute for Democracy; Host, Democracy Works Podcast
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