Public Policy Development – POS

Public policy agenda

 

Rationality

 What is rationality? How does it relate to public policy development?

What is Positivism?  How does it relate to public policy development?

What is Self-interest? How does it relate to public policy development?

What is Not self-destructor? How does it relate to public policy development?

What is bounded rationality? How does it relate to public policy development?

How to avoid bounded rationality? How does it relate to public policy development?

What is the free rider? How does it relate to public policy development?

 

 

 

Public choice theory

  • Politicians- elected into office
  • Bureaucrat-brains of the government
  • Voters-normal people

Problems

  • Private (domain changes)
  • Public (social problems) requires collective action
  • Public community-agenda-institutional agenda-public policy (reactionary)

 

 

 

  • Degree of effect
  • Dramatic effect
  • Personal encounter
  • Social indicators

Public policy comes in three forms

  • Distributive
  • Redistributive
  • Regularity

Models of agenda building

  • Outside-initiative
  • Inside-initiative
  • Mobilization

 

 

 

 

  • Policy discourse
  • Policy window

Environment of public policy in the us

  • National
  • State
  • Local

 

 

Policy formulation#2

 

Policy formulation: What is the best way to understand policymaking?

 

  • Rational comprehensive model
  • Incremental model
  • Target population model
  • Street-level bureaucracy

Policy implementation

 

 

Policy implement

  • We discussed self-excutivy (veto)
  • Action required
  • Also we discussed the rules and regulation
  • The legislative
  • Congers
  • State legislator
  • City Council
  • Also the played role by the court in implementing law
    1. Interpretation legal
    2. Criminal
    3. Family law
    4. Immigration law

Policy Evaluation

  • Process: is part of implementation
  • Outcome: end result

 

  • Standard of Evaluation
  1. Efficiency
  2. Effectiveness
  3. Adveuce
  4. Equity

 

  • Finally goals
  1. Primary
  2. Secondary
  3. Intended consequence

 

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