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Public Policies: Analysis (Episode 6/8)
 
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How to analyze a public policy? Through the example of the Tunisian education policy reform, this episode of “Draw me a public policy” series outlines different questions that should be raised when seeking to better understand the mechanics behind an existing public policy. This video was produced by NET-MED Youth members in Tunisia, as part of an initiative to raise awareness about public policies and to support youth engagement, critical thinking and advocacy for youth policies. Watch how it all started here: http://bit.ly/2fDbG8e You can find all 8 episodes of this series, and more, on our playlist: http://bit.ly/2ete5mE Networks of Mediterranean Youth (NET-MED Youth) is a project implemented by UNESCO and funded by the European Union. It aims at mainstreaming youth issues and priorities across national decision-making and policy implementation in eastern and western Mediterranean countries. Check out http://www.netmedyouth.org/ for more news and updates.
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Policy|Training - How to write a policy brief
 
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Join Anna McNamee as she explains what a policymaker wants from a policy brief and how researchers can go about delivering this.
Matthew Adler | Handbook of Well-Being and Public Policy
 
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Professor Matthew Adler discusses his new Oxford Handbook co-edited with Marc Fleurbaey of Princeton University. The Handbook represents a definitive guide to research on individual well-being and on the existing and emerging tools for evaluating public policy in light of well-being. Contributions from internationally renowned economists and philosophers explore different methodologies for policymaking, from standard approaches such as cost-benefit analysis (CBA) and gross domestic product (GDP), to newer tools from emerging fields of research such as happiness studies. Sponsored by the Goodson Law Library and Office of the Dean.
Public Policy Analysis
 
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From Environmental Science to Public Policy
 
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Achieving an Ecosystem Based Approach to Planning in the Puget Sound Stephen Stanley, Washington Department of Ecology Adapting Environmental Science Methods to Public Policy and Decision Support Rob Fatland, Microsoft Research
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What is ... Policy Evaluation? Dr Dylan Kneale
 
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Dr Dylan Kneale presented at the 7th ESRC Research Methods Festival, 5-7 July 2016, University of Bath. The Festival is organised every two years by the National Centre for Research Methods www.ncrm.ac.uk
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Policy Analysis and Program Evaluation | Deborah Stine
 
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Part of Carnegie Mellon's Public Policy Analysis for Engineers course taught by Dr. Deborah Stine. https://oli.cmu.edu/courses/free-open/policy101/
Policy Evaluation - Prof. Marco Percoco
 
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Presentations of DES/ESS elective courses by Instructors
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Policy Design and Tools
 
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Europe Renewable Energy Policy Handbook 2015 | Size | Analysis | Trends
 
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To Get More Details @ http://www.bigmarketresearch.com/europe-renewable-energy-policy-handbook-2015-market Europe Renewable Energy Policy Handbook | Size, Share, Industry Trends, Demand, Insights, Analysis, Research, Report, Opportunities, Company Profiles, Forecast Europe Renewable Energy Policy Handbook report presents an in-depth analysis of the renewable energy policies across the major countries in Europe namely Germany, France, Italy, the UK, Spain, Austria, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Sweden and Turkey. The report provides the current and future renewable energy targets and plans along with the present policy framework, giving a fair idea of overall growth potential of their renewable energy industry. Europe Renewable Energy Market Report also provides major technology specific policies and incentives provided in each of these countries. The report also provides insights to major policy initiatives for the market development of renewable energy sources such as wind, solar, geothermal, biopower and biofuels. Scope - The report covers policy measures and incentives used by the major countries in Europe region to promote renewable energy. - The report details promotional measures in different countries both for the overall renewable energy industry and for specific renewable energy technologies namely solar, wind, geothermal, hydro and bioenergy. - The report also highlights the differences and focus of the renewable energy policy frameworks in different countries in Europe. - The report provides a platform for comparison of various renewable energy policies across countries. Major countries include Germany, France, Italy, the UK, Spain, Austria, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Sweden and Turkey.
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Economics of Education: Crash Course Economics #23
 
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How does education work? Where does the money come from? Who pays for it? Is going to college a good investment? Adriene and Jacob are talking today about the economics of education. Most countries require that their citizens get some education, and most countries pay for basic education, but the quality of education can vary widely. And in the US, post-secondary education can come with a lot of costs. Crash Course is on Patreon! You can support us directly by signing up at http://www.patreon.com/crashcourse Thanks to the following Patrons for their generous monthly contributions that help keep Crash Course free for everyone forever: Mark, Eric Kitchen, Jessica Wode, Jeffrey Thompson, Steve Marshall, Moritz Schmidt, Robert Kunz, Tim Curwick, Jason A Saslow, SR Foxley, Elliot Beter, Jacob Ash, Christian, Jan Schmid, Jirat, Christy Huddleston, Daniel Baulig, Chris Peters, Anna-Ester Volozh, Ian Dundore, Caleb Weeks -- Want to find Crash Course elsewhere on the internet? Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/YouTubeCrashCourse Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/TheCrashCourse Tumblr - http://thecrashcourse.tumblr.com Support Crash Course on Patreon: http://patreon.com/crashcourse CC Kids: http://www.youtube.com/crashcoursekids
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Frédéric Varone : Evaluation of public policies
 
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EPAN-NISPAcee Joint Summer School 2004 Professionalizing Policy-making across the Policy Cycle Studying and Teaching Public Administration Sunday 22/08/2004 – Sunday 29/08/2004, Leuven – Belgium Evaluation of public policies Saturday, August 28th, 2004 Frédéric Varone (Université catholique de Louvain) Brian Lake, 2004 producer: Brian Lake
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Evaluating public policies (Dr. Moyer's FCS 5470 class)
 
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Dr. Lisa Moyer's PowerPoint on evaluating public policies using the National Council on Family Relations' Checklist for Policy Analysis
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'Qualitative Methods: Public Policy & Evaluation'
 
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Dy CM Kavinder Gupta releases book 'Qualitative Methods: Public Policy & Evaluation' by Dr. D.R. Kapoor and Puja Saigal at Press Club, Jammu.
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Globalization and Public Policy
 
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Subject:Public Administration Paper: Public policy
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Steve Dovers: Politics, public policy and a noisy environment
 
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Professor Steve Dovers gives this talk as part of the Vice-Chancellor's Public Lecture Series. The talk it entitled 'Politics, public policy and a noisy environment', and was recorded at The Australian National University on Tuesday 18 September 2012. The Australian environment challenged European comprehension. As we see through what we first perceived as confusing noise, we increasingly appreciate its intriguing complexity and are amazed by the clever ways in which our flora and fauna co-exist, adapt and thrive in an environment of variability and change. Few would make such a positive, nuanced judgement about contemporary Australian politics and policy, so dominated by crude noise that long-term, strategic adaptation to a complex, changing world seems a dismal struggle. Professor Dovers proposes that we can learn from the Australian environment, to inform better politics and public policy. In the 1990s he coined the term 'policy ad hocery and amnesia', but likes to think that we can do better. He suggests possible reforms to political practice, public policy and administration, research funding and public and media behaviour. Professor Dovers is an ANU Public Policy Fellow, Director of the Fenner School of Environment and Society, ANU, Adjunct Professorial Fellow at Charles Darwin University, Co-convenor of the National Institute for Rural and Regional Australia and a member of the convening group of the State of Australian Cities Research Network. His publications include the books 'Environment and sustainability policy' and the 'Handbook of disaster and emergency institutions and policies'. He is Associate Editor of the journals Environmental Science and Policy and the Australasian Journal of Environmental Management, and a member of the editorial boards of Global Environmental Change and Local Environments. His recent policy engagement includes service on the National Wildlife Corridors Advisory Group and the Board of the Australian Urban Research Infrastructure Network.
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Public Administration Priorities and Challenges in China, a Conversation with Dr Lan Xue
 
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Public Administration Priorities and Challenges in China, a Conversation with Dr Lan Xue, Dean of the School of Public Policy and Management at Tsinghua University, Beijing. China’s multi-decade high economic growth levels, significant demographic shifts and environmental challenges have attracted much international public attention, not least because hundreds of millions of Chinese citizens have been lifted out of poverty. It is now restored to great power status. In this video Dr Lan Xue joins UNU Rector David M. Malone for a conversation exploring the opportunities and potential pitfalls that beckon for public policy in China in the years ahead. About the Speaker Dr Lan Xue is Cheung Kong Chair Professor and Dean of the School of Public Policy and Management at Tsinghua University, Beijing. With a PhD in public policy from Carnegie Mellon University, he taught at the George Washington University before returning to China in 1996. His teaching and research interests include public policy analysis, science, technology and innovation policy, crisis management, and global governance. He has published widely in these areas, including, Risk Governance on Climate Change (2014, Science Press of China), and Globalization of Science and Technology and its Influence on China’s Development (2015, Tsinghua University Press). Dr Xue also serves as an Adjunct Professor at Carnegie Mellon University and a Non-resident Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution. His many public service appointments include a member of the Expert Committee on Emergency Management of the State Council of China, Vice President of the China Association of Public Administration, a member of the Visiting Committee of the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, and a member of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development advisory board on Science, Technology and Industry. Since 2012, he has been the Co-Chair of the Leadership Council of the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN). He is a recipient of the Fudan Distinguished Contribution Award for Management Science. Subscribe for updates on our Conversation Series https://www.youtube.com/user/UNUChannel?sub_confirmation=1 Follow UNU Twitter: https://twitter.com/UNUniversity Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UnitedNationsUniversity/
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What is INSTITUTIONAL ANALYSIS? What does INSTITUTIONAL ANALYSIS mean?
 
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What is INSTITUTIONAL ANALYSIS? What does INSTITUTIONAL ANALYSIS mean? INSTITUTIONAL ANALYSIS meaning - INSTITUTIONAL ANALYSIS definition - INSTITUTIONAL ANALYSIS explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Institutional analysis is that part of the social sciences which studies how institutions—i.e., structures and mechanisms of social order and cooperation governing the behavior of two or more individuals—behave and function according to both empirical rules (informal rules-in-use and norms) and also theoretical rules (formal rules and law). This field deals with how individuals and groups construct institutions, how institutions function in practice, and the effects of institutions on each other, on individuals, societies and the community at large. Since institutional analysis is focused on the systematic study of people's collective behaviour, its ability to explain major political, social, or historical events is sometimes contrasted with the use of conspiracy theory to explain such events, since the latter focuses on explaining such events by a secret, and often deceptive, plot by a covert coalition of small numbers of powerful or influential individuals rather than by the systematic, regular, publicly documented behaviour of groups of individuals. The term institutional analysis is used by several academic disciplines, and has several meanings and connotations. One meaning of institutional analysis refers to actual formal institutions. In the biomedical sciences, “institutional analysis” often refers to analyzing data coming from concrete institutions such as health authorities, hospitals networks, etc. Similarly, in the fields of education and public administration and governance studies, the term usually refers to how school boards and governmental agencies implement policies. Another meaning refers to institutions as ways of thinking that have a direct impact on behaviors. Under this approach, there are several variations and usages of institutional analysis. In economics, it is used to explain why economic behaviors do not conform to the theory of supply and demand. This is a relatively old school of thought that has its roots in the work of early 20th-century economists like Pareto. One of the most prominent contemporary figures of institutional analysis in economics is Douglass North, who received the Nobel Prize for Economics in 1993. Sociology has also used institutional analysis since its inception to study how social institutions such as the laws or the family evolve over time. The foundational author of this approach is Émile Durkheim, also founder of sociology as a discipline. Since the 1980s, however, there are cross-pollinations between the sociological and economic traditions in institutional analysis. A new focus is to explain how organizations and individuals within organizations make economic and managerial decisions, particularly by investigating the non-rational, non-economic, and non-psychological factors. This movement produced what is known as the New Institutional Analysis. The neoinstitutional approach has several variants. One of them tries to improve economic models based on the theory of public choice, and one of its applications is known as the institutional analysis and development (IAD) framework developed by Elinor Ostrom 2009 Nobel Prize for Economics. Another variant is influenced by organizational sociology and seeks to integrate Max Weber’s work on bureaucratic mentality. There is also a French school of institutional analysis influenced by the Durkheimian analysis of social institutions, and the anthropological school of thought established by Marcel Mauss. This approach to institutional analysis is also influenced by thinkers such as Cornelius Castoriadis and Michel Foucault. The main thrust of this approach is the identification of hidden forms of power that institute behaviors and organizational procedures.
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The Rules for Rulers
 
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A View From the Bench: Politics & Public Policy - Kevin Peterson
 
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For the first of our Spring 2016 Discussion Groups, Judge London Ford welcomed Kevin Peterson, a columnist for the Boston Herald and Philadelphia Inquirer and the founder of The New Democracy Coalition. Peterson and London Ford discussed the evolution of the judiciary in the last 20-30 years in the United States. Named a 2010 “Diversity Hero” of Massachusetts lawyers, Judge Joyce London Ford is no stranger to adversity. As the nation’s first African-American chief U.S. magistrate judge, former professor and legislative assistant, Ford will lead a series that examines the interactions of governance and the law. At each discussion group, she was joined by distinguished guests for conversations about their unique interactions with justice in the political system.
Professor Jeffrey Smith, Malim Harding Visitorship Lecture
 
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"Reflections on the Evaluation of Active Labo(u)r Market Policies: Two Cheers for Conditional Independence" University of Toronto, February 1, 2018 Jeffrey Smith is the Paul Heyne Professor of Economics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Active labour market policies are those programs run by government that, through intervention in the labour market, help the unemployed to find work, for example, by providing training schemes. Professor Smith examines experimental and non-experimental methods for the evaluation of such interventions, with particular application to social and educational programs. A notable figure in the analysis of evidence-based public policy and a leading expert on the role of social and policy experiments, and their impact on public policy, he has also written papers examining the labor market effects of university quality and “mismatch” and the use of statistical treatment rules to assign persons to government programs. The Malim Harding Visitorship in Political Science & Economics was endowed in 1987 by the late C. Malim Harding, first Chair of the University of Toronto's Governing Council, to invite distinguished scholars to U of T with a special focus on current issues in public policy.
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Rakshak Foundation - Citizen Participation in Public Policy Reforms
 
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"If not you then who, If not now then when?" Rakshak Foundation is a non-profit organisation headquartered in Santa Clara, California, which researches different public policy issues and creates awareness about them. The ultimate objective of Rakshak is to help strengthen the foundations of a society and bolster the confidence of a common man in the system by creating awareness around the issues affecting him/her. Rakshak employs many ways to create awareness about citizen's responsibilities towards progress and upliftment of society and encourages and supports those who want to contribute positively towards this noble cause.
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2016 McGee Public Policy Lecture Series Presented By: Robert Gibbons
 
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"Organizational Culture and Performance: A View from Economics" Filmed: Tuesday, October 18, 2016 Buttrick Hall 102 Robert Gibbons is the Sloan Distinguished Professor of Management and a Professor of Applied Economics at the MIT Sloan School of Management, and he is Professor of Economics in MIT’s Department of Economics. He is also the co-principal investigator for the Program on Innovation in Markets and Organizations at MIT Sloan (2002-present). Gibbons studies the design and performance of organizations and contracts, especially “relational contracts”—agreements so rooted in the parties’ particular circumstances that they are not written down, so that disputes cannot be adjudicated by outsiders such as courts. These contracts arise frequently both within firms such as between headquarters and divisions—and between firms such as in alliances. In some cases, relational contracts appear to be the source of persistent performance differences among seemingly similar firms, plants, and work groups. His book, Game Theory for Applied Economists (Princeton University Press, 1992), has been translated into Chinese, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, and Spanish. He co-edited the Handbook of Organizational Economics with John Roberts (Princeton University Press, 2013) and he is currently preparing a doctoral text on organizational economics. Gibbons holds an AB in applied mathematics from Harvard University, an MPhil in economics from Cambridge University, and a PhD in decision sciences from Stanford University. He is a fellow of the Econometric Society and a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
How Brazil's Economic and Political Realities Will Shape the Bolsonaro Administration pt2
 
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On Tuesday, November 13th, the Brazil Institute hosted a half-day conference on what Brazil’s undeniable economic and political realities mean for President-elect Jair Bolsonaro, his administration, and the country. In the first session, the International Monetary Fund will discuss its finding from the latest Article IV consultation with Brazil and the prospects for economic and fiscal reform. The second session will take a broader look at the current challenges facing the Brazilian economy, including an analysis of its structural characteristics and key sectors, with editors and contributors of the Oxford Handbook of the Brazilian Economy (2018). In the third and final session, panelists will discuss the capacity of the new administration to navigate Brazil’s changing political landscape. Opening Remarks Paulo Sotero, Director, Brazil Institute, Wilson Center 9:00am – 10:15am Session I: IMF Outlook for Brazil and the Political Economy of Reform Overview Antonio Spilimbergo, Assistant Director and Mission Chief for Brazil, IMF Public Sector Wages Damiano Sandri, Senior Economist, IMF Political Economy of Reforms Iza Karpowicz, Senior Economist, IMF 10:30am – 11:45am Session II: Key Sectors of the Brazilian Economy, with the editors of the Oxford Handbook on the Brazilian Economy Introduction to the Handbook & Key Policy Findings and their Relevance to the New Administration Edmund Amman, Professor of Brazilian Studies, Leiden University Carlos Azzoni, Professor of Economics, University of São Paulo (USP) Innovation, Life Sciences, and the Agricultural Sector Geraldo Martha, Researcher, Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation (Embrapa) 11:45am – 1:00pm Session III: Navigating Brazil’s Changing Political Landscape Paulo Sotero, Director, Brazil Institute David Fleischer, Professor Emeritus, University of Brasilia Christopher Garman, Managing Director for the Americas, Eurasia Group
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The Northwest Center for Public Health Practice
 
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The Northwest Center for Public Health Practice (NWCPHP) provides training, research, evaluation, and communication services to public health organizations. It is part of the University of Washington School of Public Health and connects the School to communities across a six-state region, including Alaska.
Public Administration as a Discipline - Meaning, Scope
 
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Subject : Office Management and Secretarial Practice Course : Administration and Public Policy Keyword : SWAYAMPRABHA
Implementation and Evaluation
 
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PAD4878 Lecture focuses on Section 3 of the ARP which is the implementation and Evaluation of a public policy.
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