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3-2 Final Project Milestone Two: Annotated Bibliography Elyon-Noah. P. Saidi Southern New Hampire University March 20, 2018
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Howlett, M., Mukherjee, I., & Woo, J. J. (2015). From tools to toolkits in policy design studies: the new design orientation towards policy formulation research. Policy & Politics , 43 (2), 291-311. The article provides a roadmap to ‘new policy design’ studies towards designing of complex policy mixes. The author explains the orientation of new policy design and its focus on portfolios as well as their related interactive effects that often occurs whenever multiples tools are used with time in policy packages that are designed to address different goals and which depend on more complicated multi-level and multi-policy design contexts. The review article attempts to examine the existing difference between the ‘new’ design orientation and the old instrument orientation thus setting the ongoing research agenda in this particular field as its rationale. Policy design usually involves conscious and deliberate attempt to define the goals of the policy and then tries to find a connection between them to the tools or instruments for realizing the policy objectives. The authors defines policy design as a specific form or policy formulation that is based on collecting and applying knowledge of the impacts of using policy tool on the targets towards policy development and implementation targeted at achieving certain goals or ambitions. Matsusaka, J. G. (2018). Public policy and the initiative and referendum: a survey with some new evidence. Public Choice , 174 (1-2), 107-143. On this particular article Matsusaka present’s an extensive survey of a wide literature seeking to estimate the effect that referendum and initiative have on public policy. The evidence
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