What is the scientific or empirical evidence that certain policy interventions correctly address outstanding policy issues? Who are the actors supporting them and why?

Post a Twitter structured message* and it will become a new link in the PolicyNetworkMap!

Build your structured tweets here. Select an entity (e.g. an actor or a policy instrument) from the list on the left, its relation from the list in the middle, and an entity (e.g. a policy issue) from the list on the right. Provide also a reference such as a short URL to a news article or a publication. You can modify the tweet before posting, but the structure and the hashtags are necessary to automatically transform the message into a link in the graph.

  • Example 1: #PolicyNetworkMaps #BankOfEngland #supports #ClimateStressTests goo.gl/wN8p7t; goo.gl/9Ht4PJ
  • Example 2: #PolicyNetworkMaps #ClimateStressTests #facilitates #ClimateRiskEstimation goo.gl/CB7wGV

 

The collection of twitter message form a graph as in this example: for instance a recent paper by Battiston et al. 2016 shows that the method Financial Network Analysis and the policy instrument Financial Data Disclosure facilitate the method Climate Stress-test, which have been supported by policy actors such as the Bank of England and the Financial Stability Board. In turn another paper by Monasterolo et al. 2016 shows that the policy instruments of Green Bonds and Green Tax can both facilitate Green Growth but Green Bonds have better effect on Income Inequality.

The collection of twitter message form a graph as in this example: for instance a recent paper by Battiston et al. 2016 shows that the method Financial Network Analysis and the policy instrument Financial Data Disclosure facilitate the method Climate Stress-test, which have been supported by policy actors such as the Bank of England and the Financial Stability Board. In turn another paper by Monasterolo et al. 2016 shows that the policy instruments of Green Bonds and Green Tax can both facilitate Green Growth but Green Bonds have better effect on Income Inequality.

 

* For more details on structured statements in social platform, click here.