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Title: The Process of Policy Design
Authors: ADACHI, Yukio
Author's alias: 足立, 幸男
Issue Date: Nov-2011
Publisher: 関西大学政策創造学部
Shimei: 政策創造研究
Volume: 5
Start page: 61
End page: 74
Abstract: This paper examines what policy design is and what elements or phases comprise the activity. Design activity, whatever is being designed, entails three common elements:(1)accurately understanding the context,(2)achieving target values, and (3)fleshing out the concept. Public policy design has the added element of requiring designers to keep the public viewpoint in mind throughout the design activity, as the client comprises all members of society. More specifically, the task consists of three cyclical processes. The first process is analyzing and identifying the problem. The second is defining the policy objective. The third is conceptualizing and selecting specific prescriptions for achieving the policy objective. It is vital for policy designers to be aware that problems, objectives, and prescriptions are closely interrelated and that,therefore,systemic thinking is the main requirement.
type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10112/5725
ISSN: 18827330
NCID: AA12336172
Text Version: publisher
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