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  • 1. POLICY SCIENCE MPA
  • 2. INTRODUCTIONINTRODUCTION a mood more than a science, a loosely organized body of precepts and positions rather than a tightly integrated body of systematic knowledge, more art and craft than a genuine ‘science’
  • 3. WHAT IS POLICYWHAT IS POLICY SCIENCE?SCIENCE?
  • 4. •A vast field concerned with the causes and consequences of public policy •It requires into how policies are formulated and legitimized • What effects, beneficial, or adverse, intended or unitended, did policy produced (Dye 1971) IS POLICY SCIENCE
  • 5. • Interrelationships between substantive issues and political process •Emphasis on Policy-making, sequentiality of policy developments and impact of policy outputs (James 1976) • A course of government action and inaction in response to a public problem IS PUBLIC POLICY
  • 6. • It involves the description, analysis of the causes and consequences of government activity. •It is concerned with how to make public decisions rigorously and analytically on the basis of systematic quantitative evidence (Dye 1978, Anderson 1975) IS PUBLIC ANALYSI S
  • 7. •Application of knowledge and rationality to a perceived social problems (Dror 1968) •Any research that relates to or promotes public interest (Palumbo 1981) AS POLICY STUDIES
  • 8. So Policy Science isSo Policy Science is It is a dynamic concerned with knowledge of and in the decision processes of the public and civic order Consists of both policy studies and policy analysis Policy Studies examines the content of public policies, the policy processes and outputs, as well as does some evaluation of the impacts of public policies
  • 9. WHO ARE THE POLICY SCIENTIST?WHO ARE THE POLICY SCIENTIST?
  • 10. WHAT ARE POLICY SCIENTIST FOR ?WHAT ARE POLICY SCIENTIST FOR ? ANALYTICAL SKILLS •HOLD ANALYTICAL INTEGRITY THEIR FUNDAMENTAL VALUE •THEY LET THEIR ANALYSIS SPEAK FOR ITSELF RESPONSIBILITY PARTICIPANTS IN THE FORMATION OF PUBLIC POLICY FROM THEIR CLIENTS WHO HOLD ELECTED OR APPOINTED OFFICE INSTRUMENT MAKING PROGRESS TOWARDS THEIR CONCEPTIONOF THE GOOD SOCIETY CLIENT’S ADVOCATE ISSUE ADVOCATEOBJECTIVE TECHNICIAN
  • 11. CONTROVERSIAL COMMENTCONTROVERSIAL COMMENT 1. Temporary FADS or State Materials 2. Too practical or Too Theoritical 3. Too Multi-Disciplinary or Too Narrowly Focused on Political Science 4. Too Quantitative or Too Subjective 5. Too Underutilized or Too Over Utilized 6. Too Conservative or Too Liberal
  • 12. POLICY SCIENCE IN THE PHIL.POLICY SCIENCE IN THE PHIL. Started in late 70’s Under the Martial Law it was agitated to accelerate national development It also gave rise to technocrats Mark of recognition Sadly did not experience the same intensity like in the West
  • 13. 19781978 Creation of a Policy Studies Program in the College of Public Ad in the UP and graduate program
  • 14. 19891989 PSP was reorganized and expanded its function to include administrative development, research and policy. Policy Institution
  • 15. FUTURE AND PROSPECTFUTURE AND PROSPECT Limited Reach of the Academic Discipline Long Gestation period Newness of Policy Research Insitution Disjoined Incrementalism and Individualism

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