Institutionalized Ignorance As A Precondition For Rational Risk Expertise

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Epistocracy on Seasteads? Abstract

way of overcoming the ignorance of the citizenry and as a precondition for rational and knowledge-based policy-making (Pincione and Tesón, 2006, Caplan, 2007, Brennan, 2016). 2. Normative requirements: Democratic and epistemic legitimacy A more balanced assessment should recognize that the normative legitimacy of any political rule a

Dimensions of Science-Policy Interfaces

Expertise, Assessment Science-Policy Interface - bridging the gap? Formality: Policy processes might show different degrees of formality. The more formal the more institutionalized is a process. While this helps e.g. in terms of political power and accountability, a higher formality imposes constraints on the flexibility and openness of the