Science Policy: Considerations for Subnational Governments
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Science Policy: Considerations for Subnational Governments




To inform ongoing work in the area of science policy, the Some governments take a deliberate approach to harnessing Alberta Government supported the Council of Canadian science to achieve their objectives, and are strategic in how Academies (CCA) with a grant to undertake a project they seek to support the science system. [...] It speaks to the importance of developing collaborative science strategy for Canada’s three territories, provincial science policy that articulates policies, programs, the territorial governments identify six roles for themselves and thematic priorities and capitalizes on federal science in the science system: practitioners, consumers of science policy and programs, and, more broadly, of ensuring [...] Science centres and museums scale, the research base, the extent of resources and funding provide opportunities for the public to experience science available, and the nature of regional economic development in interactive, hands-on forums, which increasingly harness strategies. [...] Authority is also related to questions of chief scientists, science and technology offices (such as legitimacy, and the extent to which stakeholders in the the Office of Science and Technology Policy in the United science system have meaningful opportunities to express States), national academies and research councils, and other preferences and concerns. [...] Effective organizational and decision-making models vary and are context specific, The five areas of focus discussed in this chapter attest to the taking into account the configuration of government and diversity and complexity of the science policy landscape.

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Calgary, AB, CA


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