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Our social policy landscape is characterized by incrementalism, while public calls for more radical reform get louder. But the social sciences cannot be relied upon to generate a steady stream of radical, system-level policies. Long-standing trends in social science - in particular, increasing specialization, an increasing emphasis on causal inference, and the growing replication crisis - are barriers to system-level policy development.


Michelle Jackson. The social sciences are increasingly ill-equipped to design system-level reforms. The Behavioral and brain sciences. 2023 Aug 30;46:e162

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