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Knowledge and Public Policy: The Search for Meaningful Indicators

"
In this second, expanded edition of Social Indicators and Public Policy (Innes de Neufville 1975) the author
has added a preface that outlines the decline of social indicators in public policy but also makes a plea for their
reinsertion. She looks specifically at housing indicators and myths about U.S. housing as an example of the importance
of honest numbers in planning and public policy."

[Source: description from the North
Central Regional Center for Rural Development's Social
Indicators, An Annotated Bibliography on Trends, Sources, and
Development,
http://www.ncrcrd.iastate.edu/indicators/III-biblio90s.html]