(Note) - Troy Young's How to Present a General Model in Answering a Question

(Note) - Troy Young's How to Present a General Model in Answering a Question

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Direct/Indirect Direct interventions lead to a specific goal; they impact directly on the goal by dealing with the root issues Indirect interventions impact the root issues by influencing change in other areas For Example: Building a bridge to stimulate economy - Direct Result: Bridge allows for the flow of goods - Indirect Result: People are employed to construct the bridge, materials are purchased locally to construct Strategic/Reactive Strategic –Strategic responses tend to deal with the root causes of the issue Reactive – response deals with the superficial aspects of the issue Coercive/Voluntary Coercive (i ) is mandatory Voluntary can be rejected When a government intervention is direct, it is often coercive. Coercive because individuals are subject to a fine for non-compliance. If intervention is indirect, it is often voluntary. The government will ask you to do something, but may not force you to do something. Quality Determinants Accuracy – the degree to which the intended or stated goals are satisfied when all effects and interactions are substantially complete or have reached a state of equilibrium Precision – the degree to which the effect of the intervention is limited to only the intended goals. That is, there is no unintended consequence or unintended result is little. Efficiency – measures the differences or ratio between the resources or utilities created (benefits) and those expended (costs). Time Delay – the period of time between the implementation of an intervention and the accomplishment of the desired goals.
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Environmental Effect on the Private Sector of an Intervention – Accounts for who or which sector has government targeted for change and what will be the response. -
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This note was uploaded on 06/02/2011 for the course ADMS 1010 taught by Professor Jurkowski during the Spring '09 term at York University.

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(Note) - Troy Young's How to Present a General Model in Answering a Question

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