Effective tools for good public policy
***This course is delivered in half-day segments and has a temporary five-day duration.*** March 20-22 is being delivered in-person and also remotely
This course is designed for policy analysts, program officers and subject-matter experts at the EC/PM-2 to EC/PM-7 levels or equivalent and for managers. New recruits or seasoned policy analysts will all benefit from this workshop.
Designed with both policy analysts and subject-matter experts in mind, this workshop will provide you with some effective tools that will help in formulating good public policy. You will learn how to identify a clear problem and set realistic objectives; how to analyze problems and their solutions; and how to assess and identify the best options.
- Identifying the causes of a problem
- Behavioural and environmental profiling through a fishbone analysis
- Identifying and evaluating a full range of policy instruments
- Reviewing alternative forms of regulation (when applicable to the group)
- Benefit-cost screening
- Creating a logic model
- Assessing consequences and tradeoffs
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