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Levels of policymaking and administration

Executive
Summary
(2-­‐3
pages)
Policy Research and Evaluation PA 449
a. This
portion
of
the
paper
should
state
the
problem
or
issue,
give
a
brief
legislative
background;
identify
major
alternatives;
state
preference
alternative
with
justification
2. Introduction
and
Problem
Statement
(2-­‐3
pages)
a. This
is
the
introduction
to
the
policy
analysis
and
the
policy
issue
itself.
Identify
with
clarity
and
specify
the
problem
being
addressed,
along
with
the
issues
at
stake
and
the
primary
options
to
change
the
current
policy.
4. Levels
of
policymaking
and
administration
(2-­‐3
pages)
a. This
portion
of
the
paper
should
identify
the
major
stakeholders
currently
involved
in
managing
this
policy
area.
Additionally,
this
portion
of
the
paper
should
identify
local,
state
or
national
interest
groups
who
would
have
an
opinion
regarding
changes
to
current
policy.
5. Cost/Benefit
Analysis:
(2-­‐3
pages)
a. This
portion
of
the
paper
should
provide
a
discussion
of
the
intended
and
unintended
consequences
of
the
policy.
Where
possible,
real
data
(dollar
figures,
employment
data,
etc.)
should
be
utilized
to
illustrate
cost
savings
or
cost
increases
to
policy
changes
6. Choosing
an
Alternative
and
Conclusion
(2-­‐3
pages)
a. This
final
portion
of
the
paper
should
make
a
compelling
argument
for
policy
change
or
for
staying
with
the
status
quo.

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