Whether you’re a university professor, a researcher at a think tank, a graduate student, or an analyst at a private firm, chances are you follow three general steps when you approach new projects:
You have a question. You read the literature and collect and analyze some data. Then you spend days, weeks, or months drafting a brief, a journal article, a background or white paper, or a book. You solicit feedback from colleagues and gauge interest from publishers. You revise, revise, revise, and then you submit your document. It’s accepted, and finally published....
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