The aim of this chapter is to: Consider definitions of public policy and policy analysis.Describe the main ways to measure policy change and identify policy types.Develop the idea of competing narratives to describe and explain the results of policy studies.Establish the role of theories and models of the policy process.Describe the ‘stages’ or ‘policy cycles’ approach to policy analysis.Explain why the policy cycles approach has been replaced by other theories.
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