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Who Controls the Korean Policy Making? By Kisung Park
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Who Controls the Korean Policy Making? By Kisung Park
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Public Policy Making - the 21st Century Perspective By Thei Geurts
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Public policy making can be characterized as a complex, dynamic, constantly evolving interactive and adaptive system. The process is stakeholder-driven. Actors are engaged in a goal-driven... More > decision-making process and have a great deal of autonomy in the way they organize their work. Policy makers need an infrastructure that seamlessly integrates with regulation-specific sources and services. This infrastructure should be designed for people and built for change. New technologies promise to support the policy making process in a revolutionary way. The implementation of the full combination of case management, dynamic rules support and knowledge support will create a very powerful combination that supports policy makers and brings government closer to citizens. It will also enable seamless integration of policy making with policy execution and the innovation of public sector services. Link to the paperback version: http://www.lulu.com/shop/thei-geurts/public-policy-making/paperback/product-16256978.html< Less
Public Policy making By Thei Geurts
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Public policy making can be characterized as a complex, dynamic, const antly evolving interactive and adaptive system. The process is stakeholder-driven. Actors are engaged in a goal-driven... More > decision-making process and have a great deal of autonomy in the way they organize their work. The process has two dimensions: a political dimension and a production dimension. Policy makers need an infrastructure that seamlessly integrates with regulation-specific sources and services. This infrastructure should be designed for people and built for change. New technologies promise to support the policy making process in a revolutionary way. The implementation of the full combination of case management, dynamic rules support and knowledge support will create a very powerful combination that supports policy makers and brings government closer to citizens. It will also enable seamless integration of policy making with policy execution and in that way create the basis for 
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Public Policy making By Thei Geurts
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Public policy making can be characterized as a complex, dynamic, const antly evolving interactive and adaptive system. The process is stakeholder-driven. Actors are engaged in a goal-driven... More > decision-making process and have a great deal of autonomy in the way they organize their work. The process has two dimensions: a political dimension and a production dimension. Policy makers need an infrastructure that seamlessly integrates with regulation-specific sources and services. This infrastructure should be designed for people and built for change. New technologies promise to support the policy making process in a revolutionary way. The implementation of the full combination of case management, dynamic rules support and knowledge support will create a very powerful combination that supports policy makers and brings government closer to citizens. It will also enable seamless integration of policy making with policy execution and in that way create the basis for 
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DESERTED?: A Policy Report on Food Access in Four South Side Chicago Neighborhoods By Chicago Policy Research Team
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The problem of “food deserts” in Chicago is a serious one. Low-income neighborhoods are disproportionately affected by the lack of access to healthy fresh food options, and individuals... More > living in them disproportionately suffer from diet-related illnesses. The goal of the Chicago Policy Research Team (CPRT) in this report is to analyze the food access experiences of specific neighborhoods on Chicago’s South Side, and in doing so, contribute a rich, fieldwork-based examination of the food desert question to the existing literature that predominantly features quantitative data and city-wide analyses. The report also highlights local, state and federal efforts underway to address barriers to healthy food access and makes neighborhood-specific policy recommendations. Additionally, please check out the color map addendum: http://www.lulu.com/product/item/deserted-the-color-map-addendum/11053535< Less
DESERTED?: A Policy Report on Food Access in Four South Side Chicago Neighborhoods By Chicago Policy Research Team
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The problem of “food deserts” in Chicago is a serious one. Low-income neighborhoods are disproportionately affected by the lack of access to healthy fresh food options, and individuals... More > living in them disproportionately suffer from diet-related illnesses. The goal of the Chicago Policy Research Team (CPRT) in this report is to analyze the food access experiences of specific neighborhoods on Chicago’s South Side, and in doing so, contribute a rich, fieldwork-based examination of the food desert question to the existing literature that predominantly features quantitative data and city-wide analyses. The report also highlights local, state and federal efforts underway to address barriers to healthy food access and makes neighborhood-specific policy recommendations. Additionally, please check out the color map addendum: http://www.lulu.com/product/item/deserted-the-color-map-addendum/11053535< Less
Amplifying Arts: Establishing Sustainable Community Partnerships on Chicago's South Side By Chicago Policy Research Team
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Amplifying Arts outlines ways the Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts, the Washington Park Arts Incubator (WPAI), and the DuSable Museum of African American History can amplify artistic and... More > cultural activity through creative place-making efforts based on the South Side of Chicago. Historically, the South Side has been a major center of black culture in the United States. In recent decades, however, the artistic and cultural life of the South Side community has suffered from the effects of economic, demographic, and cultural shifts. Recently, local organizations and institutions, including the University of Chicago, have tried to reverse this trend.< Less
The Policy Maker Workplace By Thei Geurts
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The publication “Public Policy Making: The 21st Century Perspective” offers a concise overview and analysis of the nature of the public policy making system, its challenges and its... More > decelerators for modernization. The book addresses the opportunities for improvement in the primary policy making process as well as in the political and production dimension of the process. This white paper takes the conclusions one step further by presenting a collaboration environment for policy makers and policy making stakeholders. The Policy Maker Workplace brings together actors, knowledge and process activities that are related to a policy initiative in one coherent case. The white paper also offers screenshots and a short description based upon an exemplary case built around a proposal of the European Commission. The Policy Maker Workplace is conceived for the public policy making process, but is also beneficial for supporting similar policies in the business and science domain.< Less
The Setting of Dividend Policy By Homework Help Classof1
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One of the basic concepts of business economics and managerial decision making is that the value of an amount of money to be received in the future depends on the time of receipt or disbursement of... More > the cash. A dollar received today is more valuable than a dollar to be received in the future. The only requirement for this concept to be valid is that there be a positive rate of interest at which funds can be invested.< Less