Inside the Greenhouse

Publications

 

Ghana | Switzerland | United Kingdom | United States | INGSA

Ghana

Nkansah, M.A., 2020. [Case Study] Ghana’s multifarious response to COVID-19: Through a citizen’s lens. The International Network for Government Science Advice, June 3.

 

Switzerland

Viret, M., 2021. E pur si muove - How tensions between experts and policy-makers shape the management of the COVID-19 pandemic in Switzerland. EScAPE White Paper 2021.01, April 7.

 

United Kingdom

Pearce, W., 2020. Trouble in the trough: How uncertainties were downplayed in the UK’s science advice on Covid-19. Humanities & Social Sciences Communications 7, Article number: 122.

 

United States

Pielke, Jr. R. and N. Lane, 2020. Memo for President Biden: Five steps to getting more from science. Nature, November 8.

Pielke, Jr. R., 2020. Fealty Trumps Truth, 19 April.

Pielke, Jr., R., 2020. Did the Trump Administration Delay the WHO Emergency Declaration? 15 April.

Pielke, Jr. R., 2020. Eight Weeks Behind: Clarifying the Early U.S. Coronavirus Testing Failure, 13 April.

Pielke, Jr., R., 2020. Why Isn’t the White House Using the Nation’s Pandemic Experts? Slate, 10 April.

Podcast: COVID Knowledge, Technology, and Politics: Dispatches from Around the World (20 April)

 

INGSA

Allen, K., T. Buklijas, A. Chen, N. Simon-Kumar, L. Cowen, J. Wilsdon, and P. Gluckman, 2020. Tracking global evidence-to-policy pathways in the coronavirus crisis: A preliminary report. The International Network for Government Science Advice, September.

Nkansah, M.A., 2020. [Case Study] Ghana’s multifarious response to COVID-19: Through a citizen’s lens. The International Network for Government Science Advice, June 3.