Public Policy Models in Deep Time
|Title:||Public Policy Models in Deep Time|
Influential policy models developed over the past half-century tend to incorporate â€œtimeâ€ implicitly, rather than as an explicit factor that affects policy processes. As a result, many these models do not obviously accommodate political and policy questions extending across a generation or more. Policy models should distinguish policy time, the natural timeline of a policy problem, from political time, the timeline of public and institutional attention paid to a particular issue. This article addresses the ability of current policy models to account for this important distinction and introduces a framework for consideration of political time. Expressly accounting for short-term and long-term political time could reveal opportunities for altering the design and implementation of policies with deep-time consequences.
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|External Contributors:||Kristie Champlin Gurley|
|Citation:||Public Policy Models in Deep Time|
|Related File:||Barke and Gurley_Deep Time final SPP pdf.pdf|