D2.2. Report: Game simulation intervention: This report describes the game simulation intervention and tools in the enhancement of organizational and process aspects as well as intervention results in cross-sector policy making in three intervention countries (NL, DK, RO). The report can be downloaded here.

The report is written by the three participating country teams from The Netherlands (NL), Denmark (DK) and Romania (RO) and aims to answer the research questions stated in the Description of Work (DoW) of REPOPA. It describes the development and evaluation of a game simulation intervention, a policy game in a real life setting.

The policy game intervention focuses on the enhancement of organizational and process aspects related to use of evidence among stakeholders in cross-sector policy making in three EU countries. The structure of the report is as follows. First the general background and aims are described followed by a description of the policy game intervention and its cases. Next the evaluation plan and methods (chapter 3) and main findings (chapter 4) follow. In chapter five the main findings are summarized across countries including discussion and conclusions with respect to the central questions. We finish with presenting some ideas and perspectives for future possibilities for the policy game intervention and achieved learnings in chapter six.


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