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Concepts, theories and ﬁndings into the climate of informed opinion” (Weiss 1977). Second, the gulf between scholars and policy makers may be getting wider as the links between theoretical research and policy problems grow weaker. As academic theory becomes increasingly specialized and impenetrable, even those scholars who are working on applied problems and other so-called research brokers (Sundquist 1978) may pay less and less attention to it. This is even more likely to be true in the world of policy-oriented think tanks, which are increasingly disconnected from the academic world.
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Annual Review of Political Science (2005, Vol 8) by Nelson W. Polsby (ed.)