Resumen

En los últimos años ha proliferado la creación de policy labs, laboratorios institucionales de innovación que tienen por objetivo abrir los procesos de diseño de políticas públicas a los diversos actores sociales implicados. En 2016 el Policy Lab creado por la Unión Europea promovió un informe en el que se identificaban 64 laboratorios de este tipo en Europa. El presente trabajo emplea análisis de redes para desvelar la estructura de las relaciones entre los 42 labs con presencia en Twitter. Posteriormente efectúa un análisis de contenido de los tuits publicados con el fin de conocer las temáticas de interés. Los resultados muestran una red fragmentada por países, así como los conceptos y temas clave de estos organismos.

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