Basic Methods of Policy Analysis and Planning
The book focuses on basic, quickly applied policy analysis methods that can be used to resolve policy problems. There are relevant, real life examples used throughout.
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The Policy Analysis Process
Values in Analysis 32 Ethical Analysis
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