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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/29/11 Policy Adoption Chapter 4 May 23rd 5/29/11 Policy Formation Problem Definitions � policy Options Setting the Agenda Political Environment Adoption*** Implementation Evaluation/Impact 5/29/11 Today How do we make decisions? Review of the Rational Comprehensive Model Incremental model Prediction Models Game Theory and the Prisoners Dilemma 5/29/11 Review of the Rational Process of weighing the costs and benefits of all problems and options to find the most efficient choice Optimizing among a set of options Costs in the Model (4) Criticisms? 5/29/11 The Incremental Model Views public policy formulation as a continuation of past govt activity and decisions with only minor modifications Pt = Pt-1 + I + e Characterizes many budgetary policies Always Critics 5/29/11 Why is so much Policy Fear and uncertainty of non-incremental changes Bounded Rationality Satisficing Concerns over political feasibility Sunk costs Separation of powers 5/29/11 New Problems and Incrementalism Search Processes (4) Experiential Comparative Advocacy Analogical 5/29/11 Prediction Models 5/29/11 5/29/11 5/29/11 5/29/11 Game Theory Attempts to mathematically capture behavior in strategic situations Find equilibria Nash Equilibria http://movieclips.com/gx3fc-a-beautiful-mind-m Extensive form games - ordered Normal form games - simultaneous 5/29/11 Run Dont Run Run Dont Run Run Dont Run 50, 50 50, 0 0, 50 0, 0 Candidate A Candidate B 5/29/11 Run Dont Run Run Dont Run Run Dont Run 50, 50 50, 0 0, 50 0, 0 Candidate A Candidate B 5/29/11 Run Dont Run Run Dont Run Run Dont Run 50, 50 50, 0 0, 50 0, 0 Candidate A Candidate B 5/29/11 Run Dont Run Run Dont Run Run Dont Run 50, 50 50, 0 0, 50 0, 0 Candidate A Candidate B 5/29/11 Run Dont Run...
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This note was uploaded on 05/29/2011 for the course PAD 3003 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at FSU.

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