This title was first published in 2000. Super-optimizing analysis deals with public policy problems by finding an alternative that enables conservatives, liberals and other viewpoints to come out ahead of their expectations simultaneously. This text explores the ideas and seeks to make super-optimum solutions a matter of routine.
Table of Contents
Part I: Domestic Policy Problems. 1. Poverty and the Economy. 2. Minorities and Public Policy. 3. Environmental Protection and Technology. Part II: International Policy Problems. 4. Promoting Democracy and Dispute Resolution as Foreign Policy. 5. Global Policy Studies and Economic Communities. 6. International Dispute Resolution. Part III: Institution Building in Developmental Policy Studies. 7. Policy-making Institutions. 8. Policy Analysis Institutions.
Stuart S. Nagel