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th ed.), New York: Routledge.
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Dye, T. (2016) Understanding Public Policy (15th ed.), Boston: PearsonLecture 4: Social Policy 101
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**Abrahamson, P. (2017) ‘East Asian welfare regime: obsolete ideal-type or diversified reality’,
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Journal of Asian Public Policy 10(1): 90-103.
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Betz, J. and Neff, D. (2017) ‘Social policy diffusion in South Asia’, Journal of Asian Public Policy
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10(1): 25-39.
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Midgley, J. (1997) Social Welfare in Global Context, California: Sage Publications Inc, pp 89-110.
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Mishra, R. (1992) Society and Social Policy: Theories and Practice of Welfare (2nd ed.), London:
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Palgrave, pp. 99-131.
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Shi, S.J. (2017) ‘Social decentralization: exploring the competitive solidarity of regional social
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protection in China’, Journal of Asian Public Policy 10(1): 74-89.
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**Shin, D.M. (2000) Economic policy and social policy: policy-linages in an era of globalization,
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International Journal of Social Welfare (9): 17-30
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van Oorschot, W., Opielka, M. and Pfau-Effinger, B. (eds) (2008) Culture and welfare state: Values
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and social policy in comparative perspective. UK: Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 1-162.
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Wilding, P. (2000) ‘Globalization, regionalization and social policy’, Social Policy and
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Administration 31(4): 410-428.
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Yang, N. (2017) ‘East Asia in transition: re-examining the East Asian welfare model using fuzzy
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sets’, Journal of Asian Public Policy 10(1):104-120.
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Lecture 5: Policy Analysis: Adopting the Best or Feasible Policy Option?
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Bardach, E. (2012), A practical Guide for Policy Analysis – The Eightfold Guide to more Effective
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Problem Solving (4th ed.), Washington, DC: CQ Press College.
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Brown, L., Lei, J. and Strydom, M. (2017) ‘Comparing international approaches to safeguarding
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children: global lesson learning’, Child Abuse Review 26(4): 247-251.
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**Dolowitz, D. (2009) ‘Learning by observing: surveying the international arena’, Policy & Politics
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37(3): 317-334.
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Dwyer, P. and Ellison, N. (2009), ‘We nicked stuff from all over the place’: policy transfer or
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muddling through?’, Policy & Politics 37(3): 389-407.
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Ellison, N. (2017) ‘Politics, power and policy transfer’, Journal of Asian Public Policy 10(1): 8-24.
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**Rose, R. (1991) ‘What is Lesson-Drawing?’, Journal of Public Policy 11(1): 3-30.
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Stone, D. (1999) ‘Learning lessons and transferring policy across time, space and disciplines’,
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Politics 19(1): 51-59.
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Lecture 6: Policy Analysis: Cost-benefit Analysis for Policy Option
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Finkel, A.M. (2018) ‘Demystifying evidence-based policy analysis by revealing hidden value-laden
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constraints’, Hastings Center Report 48(S1): S21-S49.
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Hutson, M. (2013) Calculating the Value of a Life. The New Yorker, 4 October,
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https://www.newyorker.com/tech/annals-of-technology/calculating-the-value-of-a-life
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**Irwin, L.G. (2003) “Cost-Benefit Analysis” in The Policy Analyst’s Handbook: Rational Problem
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Solving in a Political World, Armonk: M. E. Sharpe, pp. 62-76.
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Bertram, M. Y., Lauer, J. A., De Joncheere, K., Edejer, T., Hutubessy, R., Kieny, M. P. and Hill, S.
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R. (2016) ‘Cost–effectiveness thresholds: pros and cons’, Bulletin of the World Health
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Organization, 94(12): 925-930.
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**Shapiro, S. (2016) Analysis and public policy: successes, failures and directions for reform,
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Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, Ch 3 & 6.
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Turner, R.K. (2007) ‘Limits to CBA in UK and European environmental policy: retrospect and
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future prospects’, Environmental and Resource Economics 37(1): 253-269.
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Weimer, D.L. (2008) Cost?Benefit Analysis and Public Policy, NY: Wiley Periodicals Inc., pp. 2-6.
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Whittington, D. and MacRae Jr, D. (1986) The issue of standing in cost?benefit analysis. Journal of
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Policy Analysis and Management 5(4): 665-682.
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(2)At least use one analysis model
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(3)The plagiarism rate should be under 10%

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(1).Compulsory readings:1.Dunn, W.N. (2018) Public Policy Analysis: An Integrate

(1).Compulsory readings:1.Dunn, W.N. (2018) Public Policy Analysis: An Integrated Approach (6
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th ed.), New York: Routledge.
<
Dye, T. (2016) Understanding Public Policy (15th ed.), Boston: PearsonLecture 4: Social Policy 101
<
**Abrahamson, P. (2017) ‘East Asian welfare regime: obsolete ideal-type or diversified reality’,
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Journal of Asian Public Policy 10(1): 90-103.
<
Betz, J. and Neff, D. (2017) ‘Social policy diffusion in South Asia’, Journal of Asian Public Policy
<
10(1): 25-39.
<
Midgley, J. (1997) Social Welfare in Global Context, California: Sage Publications Inc, pp 89-110.
<
Mishra, R. (1992) Society and Social Policy: Theories and Practice of Welfare (2nd ed.), London:
<
Palgrave, pp. 99-131.
<
Shi, S.J. (2017) ‘Social decentralization: exploring the competitive solidarity of regional social
<
protection in China’, Journal of Asian Public Policy 10(1): 74-89.
<
**Shin, D.M. (2000) Economic policy and social policy: policy-linages in an era of globalization,
<
International Journal of Social Welfare (9): 17-30
<
van Oorschot, W., Opielka, M. and Pfau-Effinger, B. (eds) (2008) Culture and welfare state: Values
<
and social policy in comparative perspective. UK: Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 1-162.
<
Wilding, P. (2000) ‘Globalization, regionalization and social policy’, Social Policy and
<
Administration 31(4): 410-428.
<
Yang, N. (2017) ‘East Asia in transition: re-examining the East Asian welfare model using fuzzy
<
sets’, Journal of Asian Public Policy 10(1):104-120.
<
Lecture 5: Policy Analysis: Adopting the Best or Feasible Policy Option?
<
Bardach, E. (2012), A practical Guide for Policy Analysis – The Eightfold Guide to more Effective
<
Problem Solving (4th ed.), Washington, DC: CQ Press College.
<
Brown, L., Lei, J. and Strydom, M. (2017) ‘Comparing international approaches to safeguarding
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children: global lesson learning’, Child Abuse Review 26(4): 247-251.
<
**Dolowitz, D. (2009) ‘Learning by observing: surveying the international arena’, Policy & Politics
<
37(3): 317-334.
<
Dwyer, P. and Ellison, N. (2009), ‘We nicked stuff from all over the place’: policy transfer or
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muddling through?’, Policy & Politics 37(3): 389-407.
<
Ellison, N. (2017) ‘Politics, power and policy transfer’, Journal of Asian Public Policy 10(1): 8-24.
<
**Rose, R. (1991) ‘What is Lesson-Drawing?’, Journal of Public Policy 11(1): 3-30.
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10
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Stone, D. (1999) ‘Learning lessons and transferring policy across time, space and disciplines’,
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Politics 19(1): 51-59.
<
Lecture 6: Policy Analysis: Cost-benefit Analysis for Policy Option
<
Finkel, A.M. (2018) ‘Demystifying evidence-based policy analysis by revealing hidden value-laden
<
constraints’, Hastings Center Report 48(S1): S21-S49.
<
Hutson, M. (2013) Calculating the Value of a Life. The New Yorker, 4 October,
<
https://www.newyorker.com/tech/annals-of-technology/calculating-the-value-of-a-life
<
**Irwin, L.G. (2003) “Cost-Benefit Analysis” in The Policy Analyst’s Handbook: Rational Problem
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Solving in a Political World, Armonk: M. E. Sharpe, pp. 62-76.
<
Bertram, M. Y., Lauer, J. A., De Joncheere, K., Edejer, T., Hutubessy, R., Kieny, M. P. and Hill, S.
<
R. (2016) ‘Cost–effectiveness thresholds: pros and cons’, Bulletin of the World Health
<
Organization, 94(12): 925-930.
<
**Shapiro, S. (2016) Analysis and public policy: successes, failures and directions for reform,
<
Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, Ch 3 & 6.
<
Turner, R.K. (2007) ‘Limits to CBA in UK and European environmental policy: retrospect and
<
future prospects’, Environmental and Resource Economics 37(1): 253-269.
<
Weimer, D.L. (2008) Cost?Benefit Analysis and Public Policy, NY: Wiley Periodicals Inc., pp. 2-6.
<
Whittington, D. and MacRae Jr, D. (1986) The issue of standing in cost?benefit analysis. Journal of
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Policy Analysis and Management 5(4): 665-682.
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(2)At least use one analysis model
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(3)The plagiarism rate should be under 10%

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briefly comment on your views as to the direction of the US nation overall — from both political and policy perspectives —
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And what are the key factors, trends & conditions which are central to your views?

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briefly comment on your views as to the direction of the US nation overall — from both political and policy perspectives —
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in terms of your overall assessments of current trends, and how things look in terms of the next few years. —
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Is it going in the right direction, or not, or is it a mixed picture?
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And what are the key factors, trends & conditions which are central to your views?

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By using the readings Deborah Stone “policy paradox” and Thomas Birkland “ Intro

By using the readings Deborah Stone “policy paradox” and Thomas Birkland “ Introduction to the policy making “ you can choose any chapters and give your opinion or be critical thinking.