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"Translating Policy Arguments" Please respond to the following: Explain at least two key factors policy makers use when evaluating and using information provided to them in policy reports. Explain why it is important for an analyst to know how policy makers evaluate and use information. Interpretation of results: full clarification of (a) the results acquired from analysis of the observational information with regards to the chose technique; (b) the affectability of the base- case results to changes in key data, parameters, or suppositions; (c) the significance of the results inside the chose strategy and inside the setting of the policy issue being examined; and (d) capability of the results emerging from impediments inborn in the strategy chose and from missing information. Ramifications of results for national interest groups: brief synopsis of (a) the policy choices (for the most part to proceed with the present state of affairs, accomplish more, or do less), (b) the recipients of effective exploration results, (c) the feasible size of additions and misfortunes for primary interest groups, (d) the fundamental government targets that would appear to be promoted or hurt by the policy choices, and (e) harsh requests of size of the imaginable tradeoffs of government goals connected with each of the policy choices (Dunn, W. N.. 2012). From the case study, Case 9:1, highlight two key components a structured written narrative for a policy issue paper or policy memo. Then propose at least two benefits of developing a policy argument in this way. Provide an example to support your response.
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  • Summer '16
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