Using Social Network Analysis to Monitor and Assess the Effectiveness of Knowledge Brokers at Connecting Scientists and Decision-Makers: An Australian case study
Despite growing rhetoric regarding the potential beneﬁts of using knowledge brokers in relation toenvironmental challenges and decision-making processes, the evidence in support of such claims ismostly anecdotal. This is, in part, due to the lack of established methods to evaluate the effective-ness and efﬁciency of knowledge brokers. To address this gap we assess the utility of social networkanalysis (SNA) to evaluate the effectiveness of knowledge brokers in connecting scientists...[Show more]
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