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The literature on the gap between theory and practice addresses most of its recommendations toward reforming the academic world, for two obvious reasons. First, scholars are more likely to read these works. Second, policy makers are unlikely to be swayed by advice to pay greater attention to academic theory. If scholars produce useful knowledge, policy makers will want to know about it. If academic writings are not useful, however, no amount of exhortation will persuade policy makers to read them.
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