Defining Policy Formulation - ProfWork
If the policy is likely to be rejected by the decision making body, it may be impractical to suggest it. This is the political phase of policy formulation. There are, then, two aspects to policy formulation: the analytical and the political. First, effective policy alternatives, presumably based on sound analysis, must be conceived and clearly articulated.
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