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Correction: Knowledge management for policy impact: the case of the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre

Palgrave Communicationsvolume 4, Article number: 114 (2018) | Download Citation

Correction to: Palgrave Communications https://doi.org/10.1057/s41599-018-0143-3, Published online 10 July 2018.

The affiliation for authors Lene Topp, David Mair and Laura Smillie was incorrectly stated as “Joint Research Centre, European Commission, Retieseweg 111, 2440, Geel, Belgium”. This has been corrected to “Joint Research Centre, European Commission, Brussels, Belgium”.

In Table 2, the row labelled “Advising policymakers”, in the column labelled “The cautionary tale” the cell reads “Researchers become marginalised and rarely trusted in day to day politics. Policymakers receive evidence but remain sure about its relevance and risk of inaction”. This has been corrected to “The cautionary tale” the cell reads “Researchers become marginalised and rarely trusted in day to day politics. Policymakers receive evidence but remain unsure about its relevance and risk of inaction”.

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  1. Joint Research Centre, European Commission, Brussels, Belgium

    • Lene Topp
    • , David Mair
    •  & Laura Smillie
  2. Division of History and Politics, University of Stirling, Stirling, Scotland

    • Paul Cairney

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