Abstract the point of departure of the analysis is the recognition that major policy change is extremely difficult however from time to time this actually happens and therefore it seems necessary to understand when and how this is possible. This book proposes a model for understanding how innovative policy decisions are taken in complex political and organizational systems as well as the possible strategies that the promoter of the innovation can employ in order to maximize the probability of successful adoption and implementation. Understanding foreign policy decision making presents a psychological approach to foreign policy decision making this approach focuses on the decision process dynamics and outcome the book includes a wealth of extended real world case studies and examples that are woven into the text. The chapter introduces the concept typical of public policy analysis that the content of the decision plays an important role in defining the relationship between the actors. 4 module 4 understanding the policy political and decision making processes o policy formation is the stage in which policies are created or changed policies are products of the political context within which they are developed it is useful to understand policy formation as a social and political
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