Think tanks

Abstract : Also sometimes called “laboratories of ideas,” think tanks have attracted a growing attention from scholars as they are increasingly visible in the public space. They have often been studied within a national framework, without a single universal definition. However, their relations with public authorities, with the academic field and with the media (including the European media) vary and deserve analysis on a case-by-case basis. The same applies to the uses of the term “think tank”, which involve strategies of positioning and of legitimization.
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Dorota Dakowska. Think tanks. Elisabeth Lambert Abdelgawad, Hélène Michel. Dictionary of European Actors, Larcier, pp.363-365, 2015, ⟨http://editionslarcier.larciergroup.com/titres/133102_2/dictionary-of-european-actors.html⟩. ⟨hal-01184290⟩

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