A new report from the Alliance for Useful Evidence makes the case for greater use of experimentation in public policy. ‘Better public services through experimental government’ argues that this moves us beyond evidence-based policy making to something that can better incorporate learning and iteration. While the focus is on social policy, the report includes ideas and examples that could have a wider relevance.
- Alliance for Useful Evidence: Better public services through experimental government
- The Guardian: Why governments need guinea pigs for policies