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Open these: links for open policy makers (week 26)

Welcome to Open these, a regular post dedicated to the blogs, reports and discussions from the week we think open policy practitioners will enjoy.

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Paul Shelter from MoJ on why government is a great place to be for digital professionals (HT @DigitalDWP).

Josephine Suherman updates on the open policy process on data sharing.

GovLab's new resource helps problem-solvers to come up with creative and evidence-based solutions to issues new to them.

Sarah Teasley on what historians of design have to offer policy makers.

Dan Jellinek makes ten predictions for the digital public sector in 2015.

This selection of essays from students at the Blavatnik School of Government covers governance,  society, and new views of economics.

Bryan Mezue in Harvard Business Review on the innovation that builds nations.

Jonathan Shepherd is quoted in the Times Higher Education Supplement on how academics can make their research usable to policy makers (via Bulletin Academic)

Fiona Carey on recent experiences with patient involvement: what not to do.

 

Tweets of the week

 

 

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