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Master Public Policy Analysis: Advanced
Master Public Policy Analysis: Advanced
Introduction
Course Outline: What You Will Be Learning
About Your Instructor: Who is Warren?
Our Learning Objectives: What Should You Know By The End Of This Course?
Questions: What Questions Might You Have Before Starting This Course?
What is Policy and When Should the Government Intervene?
What is Policy?
When Should the Government Intervene?
Power Analysis
Supply and Demand: Taxes, Subsidies, Price Floors and Price Ceilings
Section Outline: What Will You Learn in This Section
Outlining our Policy Problem: Smoking
Supply and Demand Curves Overview
What Happens When We Tax Cigarettes?
What Happens When We Subsidize?
Price Ceilings and Price Floors (Also Called Rent Control and Minimum Wage)
Letâ€™s recap the terms
The Cost Benefit Analysis
What will we be learning in this section?
What is the Cost Benefit Analysis?
Policy Problem: Should We Build this Highway?
Measuring Current Costs
Measuring Future Costs
Measuring the Benefits of the Project
Putting it All Together and Making a Recommendation
The Policy Matrix
What is a Policy Matrix?
Policy Matrix Problem: Bridging the Gap Between High School and College in NYC
Asking Questions: Qualitative Policy Matrix
Demo Lecture: Methods of Assembling and Organizing Evidence
Use Numbers to Confront Tradeoffs: A Quantitative Policy Matrix
Demo Lecture: Format For the Policy Brief
Bonus Section
Thank You for Taking This Course
Bonus: More Courses from Warren
Connect With Udemy Instructor Warren Chalklen, PhD
What is a Policy Matrix?