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Policy Studies: Integration and Evaluation

Stuart S. Nagel - Political Science - 1988 - 303 pages
As the field's principal organizer and leading promoter, one is indebted to Nagel for his energy, enthusiasm, and resourcefulness. This volume is imbued with such qualities. It ...
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Law, Policy, and Optimizing Analysis

Stuart S. Nagel - Law - 1986 - 328 pages
This book can improve the effectiveness of those working within the legal process and in legal policy. It seeks to clarify how the examination of risk levels, time allocation ...
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Social science, law, and public policy

Stuart S. Nagel, Lisa A. Bievenue - Law - 1992 - 319 pages
This book provides a grand sweep of the relations among social science, law, and public policy over the past 30 years. The emphasis is on three stages in social science ...
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Evaluative and Explanatory Reasoning

Stuart S. Nagel - Law - 1992 - 214 pages
This volume is a culmination of years of development, and the first to introduce the concepts of superoptimum evaluative and explanatory reasoning. Nagel's new Quorum book will ...
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Public Policy Evaluation: Making Super-optimum Decisions

Stuart S. Nagel - Political Science - 1998 - 361 pages
This book is organized in terms of concepts, methods, causes, process, substance and the policy studies profession. Concepts clarify that policy evaluation traditionally ...
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Handbook of Public Policy Evaluation

Stuart S. Nagel - Political Science - 2001 - 424 pages
Handbook of Public Policy Evaluation is the only book of its kind to present aspects of public policy evaluation that relate to economic, technology, social, political ...
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Causation, Prediction, and Legal Analysis

Stuart S. Nagel - Law - 1986 - 276 pages
Nagel draws on his experience as a practicing attorney and legal scholar to present a clear and concise discussion of the analytical methods in law which deal with causation ...
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