Invited commentary at JPP&M.
The Critical Role of Methodological Pluralism for Policy-Relevant Empirical Research
Due to its substantive focus, JPP&M articles enjoy an eclectic use of conceptual foundations and methods to explore important real-world problems. In this commentary, we explore JPP&M’s methodological domain by conducting an analysis of recent empirical research and providing insights based on our work.
We provide getting on two issues:
1. Using secondary data to provide real-world evidence for policy recommendations
2. Finding participants for policy-relevant subpopulations with low incidence
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