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For most liberal democracies, scientific expertise is an important ingredient of political decision-making. Scientific forecasts and assessments of, for example, poverty or social mobility, the impact of exhaust fumes on public health or the risks of viral outbreaks, help governments to weigh arguments and decide on policy measures. But how exactly does scientific knowledge make its way into politics? Scientific policy advice can take many shapes, ranging from official statements by scientificdoi:10.5281/zenodo.6810939 fatcat:yy6vbkvmbnbo3kvdqg67cgzsj4