Bridging the Knowledge-Policy Gap in Governments: A Case Study of Moe in Taiwan
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This research aims to understand the status quo of research utilization in governments, explore the problems of knowledge-policy gap, and propose solutions to bridge the gap. Taking the Ministry of Education (MoE) of Taiwan as an example, the research framework is based on theories including two-communities, knowledge utilization, and agency theory. Research data is collected through surveys and interviews that will be targeted to administrative staffs and researchers. The findings may benefit to enhance the knowledge use in governments.
Keywords: two-communities, knowledge utilization, agency theory, knowledge-policy gap