Policy analysis involves describing and investigating how and why policies are created and implemented. The process includes pre-policy stages (primarily problem identification) and policy stages
Policy analysis involves describing and investigating how and why policies are created and implemented. The process includes pre-policy stages (primarily problem identification) and policy stages (implementation and evaluation). The critical analyses (CT) for this course ask that you identify basic reasons for various policies, sources of opposition (e.g., values, beliefs, or attitudes), projected costs and benefits, and your recommended solutions. For all these assignments, you’ll assume the role of policy analyst, providing critical analyses on current or past policy and presenting well-researched solutions to real-world problems. CT POLICY ANALYSIS #2-2: In the global political world we live in, international environmental agreements and non-agreements represent an important part of U.S. economic strategy. Propose a new policy or an update to an existing one that examines the value and purposes of international agreements and related U.S. issues.
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