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LECTURE 4 FEBRUARY 12th Policy Formation: Problems, agendas, and formulation  Policy formation: total process of creating, adopting, and implementing a policy Policy formulation: the crafting of alternatives or options for dealing with a problem Policy problem: condition or situation that produces needs or dissatisfaction among  people and for which relief or redress by governmental problem is sought Criteria for a policy problem: Social construction Definition/ private v. public Causation  Invisible Tractability Complexity and Magnitude Policy agenda: a set of problems that public officials feel they should act on in some way Problem-Issue Systematic agenda v. Institutional agenda The agenda-setting process Kingdon’s policy streams model Problems Stream Proposals Stream Politics Stream Policy Window Agenda building
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IG Equilibrium G Political leadership G Policy entrepreneurs G SC decisions G
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