Now in its second edition, Developing Public Policy explores the factors and dimensions involved in recognizing and resolving public problems.
By presenting six principles for developing good public policy, Bobby Siu identifies various approaches that are used to determine issues, conduct research, formulate policy options and recommendations, and derive intelligent decisions. Featuring thorough updates in response to changes in policy, this edition reflects newly developed policy areas and topics, including a new chapter on post-policy considerations and more than double the amount of exercises for students to practice policy writing and consultations.
This text is well suited for college and university programs in public policy, public administration, political science, health policy, and human rights and equity.
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