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The 'knowledge agenda' has become a central part of development discourse. This paper addresses one aspect of this discourse -the use of policy research in the social sciences and the dilemmas that have been encountered by both development agencies and researchers in communicating and making use of that research. Development agencies as well as NGOs have initiated work to evaluate and document the effectiveness of research partnerships, knowledge capacity building and (social) science policydoi:10.1080/0305792022000007454 fatcat:zfpvzfroqnhcjml4kil7muttna