7 edition of Thinking Like a Policy Analyst found in the catalog.
May 26, 2005
by Palgrave Macmillan
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||336|
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"Thinking Like a Policy Analyst brings back into focus research in policy analysis that has been pushed into the background the last decade due to the argumentative turn and breaths the ambitions and ideals of the founding fathers.
Adopting insights from other disciplines, this book explores new frontiers and opens new : I. Geva-May. "Thinking Like a Policy Analyst brings back into focus research in policy analysis that has been pushed into the background the last decade due to the argumentative turn and breaths the ambitions and ideals of the founding fathers.
Adopting insights from other disciplines, this book explores new frontiers and opens new windows. Thinking Like a Policy Analyst. Iris Geva-May. Pages About this book. Introduction. This important volume brings together leading scholars to explore the "how" of thinking about policy - the questions, values, judgments and experience the analyst brings to bear.
Keywords. Abstract. The main objective of this chapter is to highlight the intellectual processes involved in policy analysis. The chapter discusses (a) notions of professional reasoning; (b) clinical reasoning and cognitive processes in the clinical process of policy analysis; (c) theories of cognition and bounded rationality that contribute to policy analysis practice (i.e., problem solving Cited by: 2.
Thinking like a policy analyst: policy analysis as a clinical profession / edited by Iris Geva-May. Includes bibliographical references and indexes. ISBN 1–––0 1. Policy sciences—Methodology. Policy sciences—Study and teaching. Thought and thinking—Social aspects. Public administration—Decision making.
Get this from a library. Thinking like a policy analyst: policy analysis as a clinical profession. [Iris Geva-May;] -- The world of policy represents the confluence of a number of intellectual strands in which the clinician brings science together with intuition, and uses his or her experience to interpret the.
"People Skills for Policy Analysts is a book that needed to be Thinking Like a Policy Analyst book and now, needs to be read―not just by students and entry-level policy analysts, but by professors and veteran policy researchers as well.
Students and new policy professionals will benefit from the clear suggestions for enhancing such activities as interviewing, giving Reviews: 4. Thinking like a policy analyst [electronic resource]: policy analysis as a clinical profession / Iris Geva-May, editor.
Corporate Author: Ebook Central Academic Complete., ProQuest (Firm) Other authors: Geva-May, Iris. Format: eBook Edition: 1st ed.
Online access: Connect to electronic book. This is the mission of the business analyst: to go identify business problems, to seek out new solutions, to boldly go where no business analyst has gone before. ) perhaps thinking like a business analyst is thinking as a problem solver. Sherlock Holmes comes to mind as an example.
Spock is another. The Legal Analyst is a must read for any law student or legal practicioner. Farnsworth offers some great tools to aid in legal thinking and analysis, drawing on game /5(23).
Thinking like an analyst can help because it can provide some organized ways in which to observe the world. We all have analytical skills, but the degree to which these skills are developed.
Wilkinson is a policy analyst for a think tank in Washington, D.C. As his anecdote suggests, think tanks are, in a sense, idea factories. They employ policy analysts to research complex problems and recommend solutions.
Issues range from education to healthcare to national defense. In fact, the ideas for many current laws and poli. By Charles M. Russo, faculty member, Intelligence Studies at American Military University.
Intelligence analysts must be critical thinkers. They need to be able to synthesize disparate information received from multiple sources, and use that information to anticipate and prevent illicit activities including terrorism, human trafficking, and organized criminal elements. In the meantime, this book offers a fresh approach to that intro course while serving as a useful companion to a more traditional methods course.
For departments that don’t offer or re-quire a methods course, this book can provide students with a useful intro. The book now called, simply, Strategy, is essential reading for any student of the art and science of strategy-making. Author B.H. Liddell Hart is the best example I know of who not only chronicled history, but shaped it.
Inhe published The Decisive Wars of gh Hart was a Briton, it is known that his work had greater impact on the pre-WWII military thinking among the.
some quick concepts on how to think about measurement and observations. The world of the policy analyst: rationality, values, and politics / Published: () People skills for policy analysts / by: Mintrom, Michael, Published: () Thinking like a policy analyst policy analysis as a clinical profession / Published: ().
The last two weeks, I talked about two different books by Dr. Glenn Latham. This week, continuing on talking about books that have made a positive impact on my life, I’d like to tell you about a book called “How to Think like a Behavior Analyst,” by Dr.
Jon Bailey and Mary Burch. This book. More than a mere set of guidelines, Thinking Like a Director details a technique that covers every facet of theatrical production, from first reading through final rehearsals.
The key The key Bloom draws on nearly twenty years of directing and teaching experience to convey the full experience of directing for the stage, as well as the mindset /5(9). The latest book by Bruce E.
Pease teaches you how to think and lead, like a CIA analyst. Get an exclusive expert review in this week's Cipher Brief. If the analyst understands what critical thinking is and how to think critically, their ability to process information should naturally and ultimately lead to improved analysis.
How to Improve Your Critical Thinking. Like anything, improving how you think takes practice. To follow up on Philippe’s post about Thinking in Time: at IE I teach a course called “Geopolitics” to Masters in Advanced Finance students, and “The Multinational Firm and Geostrategy” to Masters in Management students.
Students in those classes sometimes ask me to recommend books to help them “think like an intelligence analyst” and apply.The goals of this textbook are to help students acquire the technical skills of using software and managing a database, and develop research skills of collecting data, analyzing information and presenting results.
We emphasize that the need to investigate the potential and practicality of GIS technologies in a typical planning setting and evaluate its possible applications.