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Annual Review of Policy Design Vol 2(1) December 2014 Released

Dear Readers:

The Annual Review of Policy Design has just published its latest issue (December 2014 Vol 2 (1)) at http://ojs.unbc.ca/index.php/design. We invite you to review the Table of Contents here and then visit our web site to review articles and items of interest.

Thanks for the continuing interest in our work,

Michael Howlett National University of Singapore howlett@sfu.ca

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Annual Review of Policy Design Vol 2, No 1 (2014): Annual Review of Policy Design 

Table of Contents

http://ojs.unbc.ca/index.php/design/issue/view/43

 

Original Research

Policy Design and Non-Design: Towards a Spectrum of Policy Formulation Types (1-10) Michael Howlett,        Ishani Mukherjee

Experiments on Crowdsourcing Policy Assessment (1-10)   John Prpic,     Araz Taeihagh,  James Melton

The Elements of Effective Program Design: A Two-Level Analysis (1-10)     Michael Howlett,        Ishani Mukherjee,       Jeremy Rayner

 Recently Appeared

From the ‘old’ to the ‘new’ policy design: design thinking beyond markets and collaborative governance (1-10)   Michael Howlett

Which policy first? A network-centric approach for the analysis and ranking of policy measures (1-10)      Araz Taeihagh,  Moshe Givoni,   Rene Bañares-Alcántara

Assessing Policy Design and Interpretation: An Institutions-Based Analysis in the Context of Aquaculture in Florida and Virginia, United States (1-10)        Saba Siddiki

 Classic Articles

Design Prototypes: A Knowledge Representation Schema for Design (1-10) John S. Gero

The Ambitions of Policy Design (1-10)   John S. Dryzek, Brian Ripley

Designing as Reflexive Conversation with the Materials of a Design Situation (1-10) D. A. Schon

 Discussion, Reports & Commentary

Policy design: who, what, how (1-10) Bauke Steenhuisen

Design Research and Public Policy: Current Practice Working to Intersect with Government (1-10)    All Party Parliamentary Design and Innovation Group

Restarting Britain2: Design and Public Services (1-10) Design Commission

Best practices and recommendations on policy packaging (1-10)  Optic Optimal Policies for Transportation in Combination

Annual Review of Policy Design Vol 2(1) December 2014 Released

Dear Readers:

The Annual Review of Policy Design has just published its latest issue (December 2014 Vol 2 (1)) at http://ojs.unbc.ca/index.php/design. We invite you to review the Table of Contents here and then visit our web site to review articles and items of interest.

Thanks for the continuing interest in our work,

Michael Howlett National University of Singapore howlett@sfu.ca

——–

Annual Review of Policy Design Vol 2, No 1 (2014): Annual Review of Policy Design 

Table of Contents

http://ojs.unbc.ca/index.php/design/issue/view/43

 

Original Research

Policy Design and Non-Design: Towards a Spectrum of Policy Formulation Types (1-10) Michael Howlett,        Ishani Mukherjee

Experiments on Crowdsourcing Policy Assessment (1-10)   John Prpic,     Araz Taeihagh,  James Melton

The Elements of Effective Program Design: A Two-Level Analysis (1-10)     Michael Howlett,        Ishani Mukherjee,       Jeremy Rayner

 Recently Appeared

From the ‘old’ to the ‘new’ policy design: design thinking beyond markets and collaborative governance (1-10)   Michael Howlett

Which policy first? A network-centric approach for the analysis and ranking of policy measures (1-10)      Araz Taeihagh,  Moshe Givoni,   Rene Bañares-Alcántara

Assessing Policy Design and Interpretation: An Institutions-Based Analysis in the Context of Aquaculture in Florida and Virginia, United States (1-10)        Saba Siddiki

 Classic Articles

Design Prototypes: A Knowledge Representation Schema for Design (1-10) John S. Gero

The Ambitions of Policy Design (1-10)   John S. Dryzek, Brian Ripley

Designing as Reflexive Conversation with the Materials of a Design Situation (1-10) D. A. Schon

 Discussion, Reports & Commentary

Policy design: who, what, how (1-10) Bauke Steenhuisen

Design Research and Public Policy: Current Practice Working to Intersect with Government (1-10)    All Party Parliamentary Design and Innovation Group

Restarting Britain2: Design and Public Services (1-10) Design Commission

Best practices and recommendations on policy packaging (1-10)  Optic Optimal Policies for Transportation in Combination

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