policy analysis

4. Identify Policy Alternatives What are some potential options that could help solve the problem? These can be drawn from the literature, borrowed from other places, modifications of other policies, or your own creation. Choose two alternatives in addition to taking no action. Briefly describe how they work and why these are reasonable options to solve this problem.
a. Policy Alternative 1:
i. What is it, where did it come from, how does it work?
ii. Why is this being considered?
b. Policy Alternative 2:
i. What is it, where did it come from, how does it work?
ii. Why is this being considered?
c. Policy Alternative 3: Take no policy action.
i.    Describe what no policy change looks like.
ii.    ii. Why is this being considered?
5. Develop the Analysis Plan
a. How are you performing the analysis?
What exactly will you be looking at and what are you looking for?
b. What are the potential outcomes? That is, for each operationalized criterion, what would different results mean?
i. Criterion 1: How do you define positive, neutral and negative potential outcomes?
ii. Criterion 2: How do you define positive, neutral and negative potential outcomes?
iii. Criterion 3: How do you define positive, neutral and negative potential outcomes?
c. How will you make your projections of potential outcomes? What will you do to estimate the potential merits of each policy?
d. Set up a rough analysis matrix.

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